My wife ended up with two, I'm guessing, deer dogs that were found out on Lynes Parkway by Chatham Fire. Seeing if anybody might know who's they are or wants them, nice dogs. They are very close, should probably stay together. Thanks
Something that happened to us years ago, probably still does, someone would steal deer dogs early in the season, hunt them all season, then dump them at the end of the season. These dogs look like candidates.
GPS collars make it easier to track your dogs these days, but thieves still find ways around that.
If I did not have two dogs already I would take em.
I am sure they are wore out and just relaxing in the vehicle but think they would make two fine yard/house dogs. They just look like they have a calm nature about them. Ain't often a bigger hunting dog wants to be covered up in a blanket, why I am saying they might make a fine pet.
EJM....probably kept in the same pen so they will stick together if they got along.
I've done it so many times over the years I had to quit. I bet I've homed a dozen and have taken 2 dozen to the shelter. It's a way of life for people around here. Take your dogs to the country and drop them off when you get tired of them.
A few years ago while deep in the river swamp hunting woodcock I saw a collared bag of bones beagle. She was glad to see a human. She responded to my call and hopped into the truck. I let her sit curled up on the floor board. I found an old dog biscuit in my center console and tossed it to her which she gobbled down. My Abby was sitting on the front seat grumbling and liked none of what was happening. I drove out into cell service and called the owner whose number was on her collar. We met at a nearby town and it was a happy reunion. "Dolly" was his daughter's favorite of his pack and had taken part in a deer drive the week before and had been put out over 10 miles away down river. Gil