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The hunt is up!/But I´m not sure,if the boars knew it./

Notice:Everyanimals from this action are still alive.People too./Only hunter credit no/.
Have a nice rest of week. 22.November Near Bratislava

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Comment by Susan Stone on November 26, 2008 at 12:00am
What a courageous setter;-)) Looks a bit dangerous to me...
Comment by Laura Kolbach on November 26, 2008 at 2:34am
i once met boars in the forest many years ago... they were chasing Odin and some friends and came running towards the the path where we walked. i was really scared, honestly said, mainly because of Odin. when they saw us, they returned into the deeper part of the woods.
Comment by Petra Kasznár on November 26, 2008 at 3:20am
Nice winter nature pictures! Thanks.
Comment by ursula wilby on November 26, 2008 at 3:45am
Oh my god! Over here in Sweden they warn you constantly from having dogs off the lead in woods where you may find wild boars. Also several dogs have been killed...so its good that nothing happened.
Comment by Marta Galuszka on November 26, 2008 at 4:03am
Yes it can be dangerous...I had one very stressful situation with my Greta and wild boras and hope it will never repeat it again...
Comment by Danica Morarova on November 26, 2008 at 4:19am
Don´t be afraid for Zofa.Big Gun DOG kept loooooooong distance from the boars.:o))
Comment by Carmel Murphy on November 27, 2008 at 4:27am
I am so glad when we go for walks in woods the only danger might be a squirrel dropping an acorn or something on your head!!!! No dangerous creatures here!! :o)
Comment by Dee Rance on November 27, 2008 at 6:13am
Oh my, Wild Boar, so dangerous you dog is so good, mine would be off and running after them and that, probably, would be the last I saw of them, as well, we just have Deer to chase and they haven't seen them lately.
What wonderful pictures and having your camera as well, I always see things when I don't have the camera. Its like the fisherman with the one that got away, never any proof.
Comment by Dee Rance on November 27, 2008 at 11:14am
We used to keep pigs and the dogs used to go after them. I just wouldn't be able to trust them, my dogs used to love 'rounding up' the pigs when they got out of their pens, are pigs the same as wild boar??? perhaps they would know to keep away from them.....I would hope so
Comment by ursula wilby on November 27, 2008 at 12:40pm
I dont know how much instinct dogs would have. Perhaps some have, other dont. Just a few weeks ago we had a pet-dog killed by a wild boar in Skrylle, a very well visited wood (outside Lund) with loads of public pathways and tracks for jogging etc. The dog was off the lead and went into the woods. Not HUGE forests, just a wood that looks more like a park.
The dog was a fair size, so no little thing that would die by mistake.
I think there is perhaps a differance when it comes to WHERE the Boars are.
In this particular place I am talking about, there is a constant traffic of people and dogs that I suppose that the boars are no longer afraid of human or doggy smells.
Where as I can see that that would not be the case with you Camilla.


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