Sunday, May 31, 2015

Training the Wildlife



This 25-pounder was released after a short spell of puppy schooling. My neighbor has said he has had a big ninja raccoon getting into his trash. I am guessing it is this one. Wild animal schooling is my specialty.

This guy walked away like he was an old man strolling the neighborhood for a smoke.  On the bottom picture, for both irony and photography, he is sitting on top of the stone dog house which is next to the puppy pens and the patio where I train the dogs.  I released him into the puppy pen so I could get a picture or two of him, before he bolted.  He did not bolt!  A tough guy, perhaps now a little healthier, as I loaded him up with some Ivermectin inside a boiled egg.

2 comments:

jeffrey thurston said...

There was a raccoon (I swear it was at least 40 pounds) who lived along a woodsy path by our house in Oakland. He'd hang out in the path and wouldn't move when a person approached- he'd just sit there and look up- "What're you looking at Bub?" He was a scary fella...

Mary Pang said...

He knows where you live...