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Thread: Dundalk conibear incident

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    Not sure which thread this belongs on. Very sad and unfortunate incident

    https://www.orangeville.com/news-sto...og-in-dundalk/

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    Last edited by RiverRat88; November 19th, 2018 at 12:46 PM.

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    Sad indeed. I won't use traps up in the 'resident' part of the farm for fear that this would happen to one of my dogs. Can't imagine how I would feel causing something like this to happen to a neighbours dog.
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    Right behind the arena too. Imagine little kids playing out there..

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    A conibear to kill a dog that big? What were they trapping and how was it setup? That seems really sketchy to me.

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    A beaver sized conibear would kill a dog easily. My Britt once got caught in a lynx snare. Luckily I was only a few yards from him. Had he been 75 yards out he likely would have died that day. Traps scare the hell out of me. Fully support those who do it properly and legally but I don’t want my dogs near them.
    Iím suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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    Sounds like a criminal intent to me, given it's so urban.
    Somebody didn't like dogs back there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    A beaver sized conibear would kill a dog easily. My Britt once got caught in a lynx snare. Luckily I was only a few yards from him. Had he been 75 yards out he likely would have died that day. Traps scare the hell out of me. Fully support those who do it properly and legally but I don’t want my dogs near them.
    10in jaw size with a dane, mastiff cross, still sounds way too small for much, I bet their head would not even fit.

    That is if they are running a 330 but I was under the impression that a beaver set like that needed to be submerged.

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    It is my understanding a conibear(likely a 330) is illegal if set on the ground. They are to be in box sets off the ground or under the water. There is no excuse for this.......

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    Given where this trap was located I doubt it was set by a legitimate trapper.
    Iím suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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    Very sad but this could of been way worse. Looks like some one did not like the dogs .
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