Daisy Dog went to Jail

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Clayne B, Sep 6, 2012.

  1. Clayne B

    Clayne B Well-Known Member

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    My dog is spending the night at the dog pound. she took of this morning and I spent an hour looking for her. I had a job I had to be to so I left the grage door open a little bit so she could get in when she came home. I got home and she was not home. Called the local police department (kinda a small town) and asked if they had seen her, and the gal on the phone said yeah (bob) picked it up... Whats your number I will have him call you. He called me and said it he took it to the pound and that i would have to call them in the morning because they were closed already. DANGIT! Gona be like 150 to get her out. I will use the coyote bounty money her and I have made to get her out.

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  2. Gene R.

    Gene R. Well-Known Member

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    Will she be on probation and lose here hunting privileges? LOL. Funny I just seen The UT $50 bounty in HUNTING mag and u mention 'yote bail money. I had a Lab that liked to go for long walks w/o me. I had to bail him out once. The funny part was he had the run of the local pound inside with the secertary. I thought hell, you all don't even tie him up why am I paying fine? He was my best dog ever, so i understood how they buddied up to him.
    With bounty a fella could pay for some gas and reloading supplies :D
    What call do you use for 'yotes? I can't seem to get them to respond in my area. I seem to just happen upon them, crossing hay fields etc.

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  3. Clayne B

    Clayne B Well-Known Member

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    Shes home. And she knows shes been a bad dog. lol.

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  4. phpd1295

    phpd1295 Well-Known Member

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    You should teach her to shoot so she can earn the money back you spent to bail her out