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Old 09-12-2010, 10:06 PM   #11
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Whoa!! I'd never suspect that doxies could take down a badger. I'm impressed. Those are some tough weiner dogs!! Do the dogs do the killing themselves or do they corner and hold the animal until it is shot by the hunter?
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Whoa!! I'd never suspect that doxies could take down a badger. I'm impressed. Those are some tough weiner dogs!! Do the dogs do the killing themselves or do they corner and hold the animal until it is shot by the hunter?
I don't know about who does the killing. I've been trying to find how the actual hunt goes but I haven't been able to as of yet. I know the dogs chase them and apparently go into the den sometimes. If I had to guess I would say that the dog is used to track, find and flush the badger.
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Here kitty,kitty...... Nice pics, how long before you hauled ass outa there? Saw some nitwit in broad daylight approaching a racoon. I suspected that that coon was rabid, as they usually stay hidden till dark. He was within 20 ft of it, don't know why he was trying to approach it. I just know it didn't seem a smart thing to do.
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Came upon a badger on a deer carcass two mornings in a row and both times the badger stood it's ground and I left. Mama didn't raise no fool. Go Bucky!
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Keep in mind most of the Doxies around now are actually minis. Full sied doxies are actually a lot bigger.
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Keep in mind most of the Doxies around now are actually minis. Full sied doxies are actually a lot bigger.
Read the article I posted, they hunt with the minies.
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^^^^Wolverine^^^^

If you say "Badger" enough times it starts to sound weird.

Badger
Badger
Badger
Badger
Badger
Badger.

See, I told you
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Badger is a badass.
Wolverine is a badass on steroids, PCP, with an abcessed tooth (if female, with PMS) In Alaska was known as the Skunk-Bear. Had friend that was landing a Huey in remote area. Wolverine decided to attack the helicopter. Gill shot the thing with his 45 through the port hatch- it was chewing on the tip of the landing skid. It left marks in the metal skid.
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