All I ask is why?

Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by bowhunter958, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. bowhunter958

    bowhunter958 Well-Known Member

    To the :censored: that shot the dog in the area of spring bayou or henderson bend, whether it was an accident or not, I don't know. I am glad and you better be thankful we weren't hunting together or even nearby, because the dog probably wouldn't be the only thing being helped out. If it was an accident, I hope the dog is safe. If it was intentional, I hope he/she is deceased. If a buddy of yours shot it, your best bet is to find you some new hunting buddies. One way or the other, know your surroundings. If your dog is not doing what you want, don't :censored: shoot it. I am sure if that is the case, it is just as much your fault as it is theirs, should you be shot too? If you thought it deserved it, then probably so. One way or the other, there is always a home for a lab or any type of hunt dog. Anyway I will get off my cypress stump now.
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2011
  2. green_head_getter

    green_head_getter Super Member<br>2010 Bowhunting Contest Winner

    I didn't hear what happened. One thing you don't mess with and that's my dog. Always know your surroundings and the dog owner, "me" always shoots cripples. ALWAYS! I don't trust anyone else shootin while my dogs swimmin
     

  3. BIG DOG

    BIG DOG Member-2018 Spring Team Turkey Contest Winner

    there were some guys hunting saturday and when they had ducks working or when the 1st shot of a volley was fired the dog barked like crazy, they came in late behind us and set up about 200yds away after about 2 hrs., i could here a dog whistle "toot toot toot" as if they were calling the dog to them, later when we got back to the parking lot there was a choco tied in the bed of a truck, when he saw us he let out that bark that sounded like the one in the woods, i'm glad they put him up instead of shooting it BUT i wish they'd buy a dang dog box
     
  4. MollyWhop

    MollyWhop Well-Known Member

    Idiots are thick down there....:banghead: This year is the worst that I've seen. I guess usually I can just get away from them when we have some water.
     
  5. Midnight Rider

    Midnight Rider Well-Known Member

    Lets here the whole story.
     
  6. reggie-2-guns

    reggie-2-guns Well-Known Member

    X2


    :head:
     
  7. bowhunter958

    bowhunter958 Well-Known Member

    i too, would like to hear it.. whether intentional or accident..
     
  8. Midnight Rider

    Midnight Rider Well-Known Member

    :confused: So how do you know a dog was shot?
     
  9. Bryan Manning

    Bryan Manning Well-Known Member

    Did you see the dog or hear the dog? I don't understand.:head:
     
  10. MollyWhop

    MollyWhop Well-Known Member

    x2. This is something that some of us would hear about I imagine if it did happen..
     
  11. jsilver919

    jsilver919 Well-Known Member

    i'm really sorry about your hunting buddy man
     
  12. bowhunter958

    bowhunter958 Well-Known Member

    The group was set up a few hundred yards, as most groups do, and I heard the shot fired(and if you have hunted long enough you know the difference in a water shot compared to aerial shot), and within the same area, the blood curdling yelp(hollar) from the dog. And I have been around dogs all my life, so I know the difference in hollar of a dog in major pain to compared to one getting its nail ripped off. So I am just saying if a low life :censored: shot his dog in discuss, he should be taken out of the gene pool as well. And you are right.. I hunted with a group just last week.. and they discussed how one of their relatives shot his dog because it wasn't retrieving like it should last yr. So just because it "might" have happened yesterday, it doesn't mean it will be discussed tomorrow.
     
  13. wooducksooie

    wooducksooie Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely ridiculous!! Sick people out there!!! He deserves more than what his dog went thru. Makes me sick!!!
     
  14. sprtsmn001

    sprtsmn001 Well-Known Member

    So did you actually see the dog get shot or just hear the shot and assumed the dog was shot? I also thought that someone could get charged with some heavy duty penalties for doing that now?
     
  15. reggie-2-guns

    reggie-2-guns Well-Known Member

    X2

    And, can you please describe the difference in the sound of a water shot and an aerial shot?


    R2G
     
  16. kadep

    kadep Active Member

    While you are also descibing the difference in aerial shot and water shot can you describe a shot dog bark and a breaking dog getting burned on 8 with a shock collar bark
     
  17. Midnight Rider

    Midnight Rider Well-Known Member

    :fit::fit: This thread is getting hillarious. Also while you are describing the difference between the water and aerial shot, and the dying dog bark tell us where this happened. Was it Spring Bayou, or Henderson Bend. Two places a fair piece from one another.:confused:
     
  18. getemshug

    getemshug Well-Known Member

    This sounds like an assumption that a member of PETA would make without seeing or absolutely knowing it happened.
     
  19. shiftymcfive01

    shiftymcfive01 Super Member<br>2011 Turkey Contest Winner<br>2013

    can you explain the difference between a dog (roar) and a lion (roar)
     
  20. quackmaster

    quackmaster Well-Known Member

    You dial up the amps on a shock collar and it will sure sound like a dog has been shot. Blood curdling yelps!

    I don't think the evidence is here that a dog has been shot, it may only be what you perceived.