Dog shot with Deer Hunting Arrow

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Dog shot with Deer Hunting Arrow

Postby elklover » Tue Feb 14, 2012 2:08 am

Someone shot a deer hunting arrow into a DeKalb County family's beloved pet and now police are searching for the culprit. :devil:

Kirby Vanderyt's black Lab named Obsidian Rose, or Siddie for short, is recovering at the University of Georgia's Small Animal Hospital after doctors there removed the arrow.
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Re: Dog shot with Deer Hunting Arrow

Postby DylanT » Fri Feb 24, 2012 3:12 pm

Hope the dog does OK. They find out who did it?
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Re: Dog shot with Deer Hunting Arrow

Postby 3DBowhunter1972 » Sat Feb 25, 2012 8:01 am

Very sad. I had not heard of this and live not far from the area.
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Re: Dog shot with Deer Hunting Arrow

Postby Decim8r » Sat Feb 25, 2012 10:58 am

That is horrible and gives a bad name to archers everywhere. I hope they find the idiot and take his hunting rights away along with criminal charges. Secondly, I pray that Siddie makes a full recovery and is in no way affected by this in any way!
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Re: Dog shot with Deer Hunting Arrow

Postby DylanT » Wed Mar 07, 2012 5:17 pm

Decim8r wrote:That is horrible and gives a bad name to archers everywhere.



Unfortunately, yes. Idiots.
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Re: Dog shot with Deer Hunting Arrow

Postby chris_hood1 » Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:56 am

I own 160 acres and I stopped seeing the deer I was seeing. I was bow hunting 1 day the people that live down the road have a boxer and thepeople across the road have 2 great pyrenees. When i was sitting in my stand i had 5 does and a 11pt buck prob scored in the low 140s. I was watching the deer and taking pictures. Then i hear dogs barking and these 3 dogs chace 3 deer out of the trees and chase all my deer off. That happened about 3 times my deer population was probably cut in 1/2. I told the people what was going on they still wouldnt put the dogs up. I borrowed a trap from the dog catcher set it up caught all 3 dogs gave them away to people a couple of towns away. I didn't shoot them i drew back on them a couple of times couldnt bring myself to kill them. I live in a small town in Oklahoma of about 600 people. I got accused of killing the dogs and finally had to tell them I gave them away would'nt tell them to who. Anyway long story but the point is you might feel like killing the dogs if thats what happen but there are other ways to do it.
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