Dogs: Part two: A wildlife biologist's continued musings about urban deer issues November 23, 2011 Canada

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Part two: A wildlife biologist's continued musings about urban deer issuesNovember 23, 2011 Canada, BCLocalNews, Bob Lincoln

... Musing on the urban deer conflict, here are a couple options that occur to a wildlife biologist:  Deer are inherently fearful of dogs. A dog confined to a landowner’s property, either by rigorous training or by an ‘invisible fence,’ could stand guard to keep deer away from a specific property.... 
Trained sheep-herding dogs, such as border collies, under control of a professional dog handler, could restore aversion of specific urban neighborhoods.


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