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    Defaultshould i be worried,,,this was so gross

    I let Axl out in the backyard this morning (all fenced) and when i opened the patio door there was a big black bird there dead with its head off and all bloddy. I screamed,hubby ran to see why I screamed and he picked up with a shovel and put in the garbage, axl ran and hid ugggggggg
    I am not sure exactly what all happened and how he got it, or if he killed it, or found it dead or what. Is this a normal thing, we have never used him as a hunting dog.

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    DefaultRe: should i be worried,,,this was so gross

    Maybe he just brought it to the door but didn't actually eat it. But if he did he may throw it up. Just keep an eye on him. If you are worried you could call your vet in the morning.
    These labs will eat anything. Abby chased down & killed a groundhog, not sure what all she ate before SU could get her off of it. Our friends lab ate most of a pheasant when they took her hunting.
    Please let us know how he does.

    Oh & I wanted to tell you I like your siggy pics.

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    DefaultRe: should i be worried,,,this was so gross

    He was looking kinda like what? and licking his lips when I let him in :-X

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    DefaultRe: should i be worried,,,this was so gross

    You dont know if he killed the bird or just discovered the carcass and retrieved it for you.

    But yea...still gross lol

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    DefaultRe: should i be worried,,,this was so gross

    Shouldn't be a problem at all.

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    DefaultRe: should i be worried,,,this was so gross

    you may want to call your local wildlife control officer, if west nile virus is a concern in your area. I believe crows and relatives are prone to it, and wildlife officers usually want to keep track.

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