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    Would a couple of rottweilers, bullmastiffs, or dobermanns be able to stop coyotes? Or are they too wiley?
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    I hope that's not a true story at all. How cruel.

    There are incidents of people being trampled to death by deer jumping on them repeatedly with all 4 feet. And does do it more often than bucks. Its probably just payback...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nepenthes View Post
    Would a couple of rottweilers, bullmastiffs, or dobermanns be able to stop coyotes? Or are they too wiley?
    you would have to leave them with the sheep all the time and i dont think any of those breeds are ideal.....seen coyotes kill rather large labs before........contrary to what most ppl think 'yotes arent nessisarily loners.....they are quite often found living in groups of 2 or 3....sometimes up to 5.....when its 3 on one 'yotes are pretty good at killing dogs......even large dogs.....there are a couple breeds that work well to keep yotes from the sheep but they arent as cheap as me giving up some free time and a lil lead....not to mention you still wind up with dead 'yotes...

    know some ppl that used to "hunt" coyotes with hounds......they would use grey hounds to run down and would run past the yote, grab a hind leg on the way by and trip up the yotes....greyhounds are a bit lightly built for fighting so they also ran a irish wolf hound or two with the greyhounds.......the wolf hounds arent as fast as the greys but generally werent far behind and would make short work of the coyote.....but this was a pack of dogs versus one 'yote at a time.........
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    I have just taken up deer hunting (for food) and heard the stories of just how dangerous these animals can be but honestly, I was rolling on the floor laughing.
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    dangerous........want dangerous from a deer sized critter look up bushbuck..........they are refered to s the "whitetail of Africa" however the lil buggers are far more likely to charge you than a cape buffalo
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