Does hunting rabbits with dogs affect deer hunting?
depend on if the deers are afraid of dogs
they would be used as wild boor hunting dogs, and deer hunting dogs . (ect.)
yes it does---- Most definitely! I hunt a 3,500 deer lease in Alabama where they allow deer-hunting with dogs and dogs constantly interrupt the hunts on this lease for all members, that stray from large adjoining tracts. The owners are cavalier about it, even rude when contacted (they have their information on the dog's tags) about their dogs. They simply retrieve them and leave. I cringe every time that I hear the beasts....
Some breeds of dogs are named for things they were used in hunting for. A deer dog, or deer hound, would have gone on hunting trips for deer. There are wolf hounds and rat terriers, etc.
it depends on what you are hunting for but beagles, coon dogs, and golden retrievers are some of them. if you are hunting small animals like: birds, rabbits, mice, voles, etc. the westie is the best hunting dog for that but like the person above said, it depends on what your hunting
They were first bred as hunting dogs. For hunting rabbits and foxes etc.
Most hunting dogs can catch rabbits, however the most common dogs used are Basset Hounds and Beagles for their astounding senses of smell.
You need to list the State you are asking about.
Hunters have many different opinions about hunting with dogs. It seems everyone has different opinions on this issue. I think that without the dog no ducks would have been recovered in the hunt. ----- Many hunters of deer feel differently when a pack of baying dogs move in from adjoining tracts and run-off all the deer in the area and ruin their day's hunt. Trespass is just that. I for one do not want somebody's… Read More
No, i feed my dog pratically anything but...candy,cake, like any sweets i would'nt. My dogs are beagles and there hunting dogs so they can eat rabbits,deer, and etc. so if they can eat those they can certanly eat chicken nuggets and all dogs i think can. but do not give them CHOCOLATE. they can get very sick from it. Thanks! Hope this helped. ;)
A group of hunting dogs, refering to deer-houds.
they usually hunt in packs and hunt for deer zebras a
deer, antelope, buffalo, rabbits, gazelles, some birds, prarie dogs, and most bugs ie. butterflies deer, antelope, buffalo, rabbits, gazelles, some birds, prarie dogs, and most bugs ie. butterflies
horses,dogs (wolves), deer, lions, rabbits, monkeys, cheetahs, cows, prairie dogs, and birds
Fox hunting became popular in the 17th and 18th century. People navigated from deer hunting to fox because fox were considered vermin, and because there was a lack of deer to hunt as sport. People use dogs and horses to aid in the hunting of fox.
Buffalo, deer, antelope, rabbits, fish, even dogs.
Yes you can.They are still used as hunting dogs
Wildlife: foxes, rabbits and deer. Farm animals: chickens, cows, horses, ducks, goats, pigs, rabbits, cats, dogs.
most tapeworms that affect rabbits is the dog. rabbits should not be allowed to eat the grass in the area where dogs run at..
If introduced at a young age rabbits and dogs can get along well but a dog would not get along with a rabbit if it had a strong hunting instinct. Rabbits are naturally afraid of dogs but overtime if the dog is constantly present and is not harming the rabbit in any way the rabbit may get used to having a dog around.
dogs, cats, humans, birds, rabbits, deer, bears,and kangaroos, vertebrates are animals with spines
The Aztecs hunted deer, rabbits, ducks, iguanas, tigers, and geese. They also raised dogs and turkeys for meat.
horses, dogs, beavers, rabbits, mice, cats, donkey, mule,cows, deer
Mothballs have a very strong unpleasant scent. This would tend to keep dogs, cats, rabbits, deer and any animal that can smell away from an area.
you want something like a pitbull or a ridgeback.something that doesnt stuff around and gets the job done.
Depends on the size of the dog and whether it's killing the dear out of hunger or if it's trained to kill deer. Tiny toy dogs are no match for a deer, but medium to large-sized dogs are likely candidates, especially if the dog is skilled, experienced and trained to avoid the deer's sharp horns and hooves enough to bring it down. A hungry dog will chase the deer until it's tired, too tired to… Read More
The Mayas used the spear-thrower known today as an atlatl (really used to hurl long darts rather than spears), bows and arrows, spears, slings and clubs. When hunting deer (either the white-tail deer or brocket deer) the Maya often used a communal drive system, where as many as 20 hunters from a single village, along with trained hunting dogs, partly surrounded a certain area of land where deer were known to be feeding. Two hunters… Read More
There were two types of animal acts in Rome. One was the animal hunts (venatio), the hunting and slaying of animals. These animals were not always wild or exotic, such as lions, bears or elephants. They could also be dogs, deer, goats or rabbits. The other were animal acts similar to those in a circus.
Not too likely as the husky would probably eat the game animal. There dogs are working dogs and generally sled pulling animals. Still, they are very intelligent and they might be so trained as a hunting dog. I would not want that job myself, but you might give it a try. Rabbits, to start, perhaps.
Cougars eat mostly: elk. moose. whitetail deer. mule deer. big horned sheep. mountain goats rodents rabbits birds And even domestic cats and dogs if they come across them.
There are many types of animals which are covered in fur. Some of these animals include dogs, cats, wolves, rabbits, mice, squirrels, and deer.
no rabbits can not live with dogs
No, dogs can bit rabbits.
The Sight Hound group tend to be used for hunting game, and they might have a greater tendency to chase after things in general.
Some of Oklahoma's native animals are deer, elk, antelope, rabbits, coyotes, wolves, foxes, prairie dogs, and American bison
rats, stoats, possums, deer, rabbits, hares, hedgehogs, weasels, ferrets, dogs, cats, pigs, cows, sheep, horses, goats, chamois, thar, sika deer, wapiti,
Yes it is legal to hunt raccoons in Missouri during the prescribed hunting season. Hunting raccoons in Missouri can fall during the end of deer season and usually after. You may hunt coons with dogs or without.
dogs came from wolves, and wolves ate rabbits, sometimes. some rabbits get along with dogs, but you might want to be cautious.
Mule Deer and Prairie Dogs are abundant near Devils Tower. You will also see eagles, hawks, squirrels, rabbits, and coyotes.
No rabbits can not get along with dogs because dogs will bark at them and try to eat them and rabbits will get scared.
Yes, Borders are excellent hunting dogs, and when properly trained the can catch rabbits, pheasants and other woodland creatures with their masters. Hope this answer helped ;-D
No. Rabbits have Kits, dogs have puppies. GOATS have Kids.
Unless wild a pet dog doesn't eat another animal. If wild (running in packs and are hungry) they will chase rabbits, deer, rodents, etc.)
In Wyoming, you can find bison, elk, deer, rabbits, horses, dogs, cats, several kinds of birds, snakes, spiders, and many, many more critters.
They can effect humans, dogs, cats, rabbits, goats, and mostly allthe mammals and some oter spicis
Unless the Dachshund is brought up from a young age around rabbits, it is unlikely that a Dachshund would get on with rabbits. Dachshunds are hunting dogs, bred to kill badgers and other small mammals. Therefore it would be unwise to introduce a fully grown Dachshund to a rabbit as the Dachshund may try and ''hunt'' it.
The Greek goddess Artemis was also known as Diana in Rome. She was the goddess of childbirth and hunting, she was also the Protector of Children. Her symbols are the bow, dogs, and deer.
Hunting dogs eat meat.
Dogs should not have deer food. Deer are herbivores, plant eaters. Their feed doesn't have the nutrients dogs need to stay healthy.
Dogs and bunnies have many differences. Here are some: 1. Dogs are popular pets and rabbits aren't popular pets 2.Rabbits can't see very well but dogs can 3.Rabbits have really long ears(about10 inches) but dogs don't 4.Rabbits hop but dogs don't 5.dogs run quick but rabbits only hop quick
They are hunting dogs. They catch birds, rabbits, you know. If you're talking about Obama's well his job is to be pretty. He is very pretty (the dog). See pictures on google images