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Working bulldog


So i have an bulldog and we use her as a catch dog she is great at what she does i was just wondering if anyone has some hog problems we would b glad to come help out we do not kill anything


Good Dog
I was wondering the same thing lol, waste of good meat! But still a good sport without the eating it afterward I suppose. :p


Good Dog
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In Texas we have buying stations that will buy trapped or dog caught hogs. We have a couple compaines that slaughter them and send the "wild boar" meat overseas. It's a pretty common practice to tie them and take them in to sell instead of killing them on the spot.