A pet rough recently got his owners in difficulty after evading a enclosure, going into a adjacent plantation and spending an whole night murdering chickens.

Chinese media reports that a owners of a duck plantation in Ningguo, China’s Anhui province, detonate into tears on a morning of Oct 29, after going to check on a birds and anticipating a shelter dirty with routine bodies. The initial thoughts that went by his mind were that someone had killed many of his chickens out of spite, or that some furious animal had done a approach inside and decimated a birds. But after checking around his plantation for clues, a male indeed found a perpetrator – his neighbor’s rough dog with a passed duck in a mouth.


After restraining adult a dog, a indignant rancher went true to his neighbor and demanded that he be compensated for a over 600 chickens that a rough had killed, though a dual group unsuccessful to determine on a sum, so a military were called to hoop a situation. After assessing a damages, officers told a dog owners to compensate his neighbor 13,000 yuan ($1,900) in indemnification if he wanted to equivocate being taken to court. The male reluctantly agreed.

Apparently, a owners of a rough knew about a mortal streak, so he kept it in a sealed enclosure, though that night a dog managed to shun and went true to a adjacent duck plantation where it went on a murdering spree.


While a physique count of over 600 is really considerable for a singular night, murdering chickens is really not surprising for huskies. Canine training experts contend that this breed has a really high chase expostulate and should not be kept around birds or rabbits, generally if a dog was not lifted around them. Huskies are also famous as good shun artists, that explains how this sold dog transient a enclosure.  Training huskies is deliberate a plea since they are strong-willed, eccentric creatures.

via TwoEggz (Chinese)