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PostSubject: Re: Conundrum...Updated with Video:   Fri Jan 09, 2015 10:01 pm

Ahh, this brings back memories Amy. When I had Anuschka, she was probably 4 or 5 months old at the time, I let her and her brother out back in the morning to go pee...next thing I know shes walking in the house with her head held as high as she could hold it dragging in a freshly killed bunny, and although she was holding her head as high as she could, that poor bunny was dragging on the ground...then she dropped it at my feet poor bunny Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Conundrum...Updated with Video:   Sat Jan 10, 2015 1:06 pm

I'll bet Anuschka was a proud pup, Jimmy!

We had a cat, now long gone, Molly Stub Tail, that was a ferocious hunter - and she ate everything she caught. I had no problem with rabbits while she was around. The worst was one time while I was weeding, she caught herself a baby bunny and proceeded to eat it 3 feet behind me - everything but the little fluff of tail. But, oh my, the crunching pale I finally had to stop and go in the house until she was done.
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PostSubject: Re: Conundrum...Updated with Video:   Sat Jan 10, 2015 1:50 pm

Rabbits can be carriers of Tularemia, I do not know anything about it other than it is recommended to wear gloves when handling deceased rabbits. I've never heard of it being a problem for dogs as most rabbits are hunted with beagles and hounds.
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PostSubject: Re: Conundrum...Updated with Video:   Sat Jan 10, 2015 2:13 pm

@Hughie wrote:
Rabbits can be carriers of Tularemia, I do not know anything about it other than it is recommended to wear gloves when handling deceased rabbits.  I've never heard of it being a problem for dogs as most rabbits are hunted with beagles and hounds.

Yeah, the last thing Wayne said before falling asleep that night was "I hope he doesn't get tularemia!" Just what a worry wart needs to hear
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