Drat snake posts. My feet are off the ground here in Canada:) Hug B
Wow, they really tore into that snake.
Good morning, oh wow your dogs are a great team. Glad they took care of that snake. Good doggies! Have a happy day and new week ahead!
good dogs.. pat pat pat on the head
Good dogs, bad snake...now a good snake - dead!
I am so glad you have such great snake hunters.
Oh gosh, that's a copperhead! Looks like they are efficient, but I sure would be worried they'd get bit!
They got that one quick! I imagine the baby will be caught eventually. Congratulations, Gail. Have a blessed week!
They earned their keep that day!
HI Gail, Yipes---I am NOT a snake lover AT ALL (even the non-poisonous ones)... They send shivers over me!!!!! SO--I'll say HOORAY for the dogs... What a great team.Hugs,Betsy
Rather deficient snake killers. The rats and frogs can feel safe for a while. You may laugh but I had a trio of chihuahuas that could take out a 6 foot black snake with no problem. However, they would just circle the poisonous ones till I could bail them out. Callie just lets me know one is out there and if it is not poisonous, I will let them go. I have moles and voles that need thinning.
Good Dogs!!!! We could of used your team of dogs the other day inside our Mom's home.
Wow - good work team !You did well with the photo's too Gail.All the best Jan
I had a snake encounter this summer...stepped right on it! UGH!
Don't know what kind of a snake that was but oh my those dogs know their business and well that poor snake didn't stand a chance.
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