Dogs Kill Rats and Mouse

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    My dogs kill rats and mouse/mice in my area and my big crow also kills mouse.

    There are wild dogs is Ethopia who eat rats, mouse, rabbits only. So dogs, crows, cats are good for world society.

    Feed 20 raw eggs to a average sized dog in your area and let me know.

    I feed raw eggs to my 6 dogs in my area everyday.
     
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    Don't let them eat any of them. Leads to "bloat" and other diseases.

    My dog's killed a few rats and squirrels.
     
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    You both have really mean dogs. :sad:
     
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    Street dogs must be killing rats and mouse during night when people are sleeping.

    Crows and cats also kill rats and mouse.

    There is rats and mouse problems in big cities because people eliminate dogs and cats.

    Some people do not understand the simple rule of nature.
     
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    I hate those mouses to pouces.
     
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    You will also come to realize that many years ago dogs were actually bred for doing such things - they were given the nickname 'ratters' - they also used to breed them to get rabbits and badgers out of holes.
     
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    Placing food out for wild animals attracts rats. Dog & cat poop attracts rats. Pooper scoop the area & stop the feeding & the rat problem will go away.
     
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    Snakes also kill rats and mouse. Snakes are not bad human killers because they help people. People should stay away snakes.
     
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    When we lived in Oregon, we had a male cat with a penchant for shrews, and we couldn't stop him from going for them outside. He was constantly at the vet's as a kitten. Then we moved back to Wyoming, where there were none, and he got well. Unfortunately, 3 years on that diet, and he only lived to be about 10 years old. Most of our cats live to be 20-23 years on just regular Fancy Feast. But Mitzito only lived to be 10 or 11. He was such an affable fellow. He was ill his last week and expired while I was holding him, trying to comfort and keep him warm. The only reason I could accept it was because I knew he wasn't suffering any more. A gut punched full of small animal bone holes is not a nice way to live, and our Oregon vet predicted he would be gone before the age of 5. When we left Oregon, I am certain the shrew population benefitted. :rolleyes:
     

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