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                 Pretty neat John,

  I have been following the air rifle hunting for Iguana for a few years now. It's become a very big deal and people in upscale neighborhoods hire pest control shooters to get rid of the big lizards. They will dig and undermine yards and waterfront places to nest. Very destructive. Puerto Rico is having even worse problems with them, and it is a big deal and people worldwide make that trip to shoot with air rifles. Plus, they grow even bigger there.  Just Google up air rifle iguana and lots of things will pop up.  Those things carry salmonella too in saliva. I would be afraid the dog would get it. 

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12 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

I'm going on a air-rifle feral cat hunt here pretty soon.   I'd say that is pretty comparable to an iguana shoot.  😼 

If you come to my neighborhood I can guarantee you some very nice targets and I'll let you use my retrieving monster...I mean dog. If you are trying to save the meat or pelts then she probably isn't for you, but she sure hates those cats. 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Flysmallie said:

If you come to my neighborhood I can guarantee you some very nice targets and I'll let you use my retrieving monster...I mean dog. If you are trying to save the meat or pelts then she probably isn't for you, but she sure hates those cats. 

I'm blown away by the size and weight of the ones around here.  Absolutely HUGE!   There's a gray one that is really a pretty cat...... There's always one or two that I hate to kill, but they insist on getting into my customers boats, and I can't have that.

None of them are afraid of Orion.  I actually think he invites them over. The tone of his "cat in the yard" bark doesn't sound threatening at all....It sounds like he's saying "Come Play".  

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