Was headed out to the range this morning when I noticed a dog standing out in a cut wheat field about 6 am. Had my 25-06 behind the seat so I knew he was in BIG trouble. He was about 150-200 yards out and appeared to be mousing. As soon as I started to slow down he stopped what he was doing and was locked on me. In the meantime I was trying to steer the truck, get my gun up front, take the scope caps off, and by the time I got the truck stopped, that little sucker took off hauling the mail. He was quartering away so I knew I didn't have to lead him that much with the 100g NBT going 3500fps. I put it about 1ft, maybe 1.5 feet ahead of his shoulder and let the 100g NBT do the rest of the work. At the crack of the shot, all I saw was a big pile of dust. NICE!! He did a few rolls and was done for. The 100g nbt at 3500fps is not very fur friendly, lol. Sorry no pics, I was already late for shooting.