Anybody else had experience with this. This is not mine but my dogs growing up would come home with a facefull occasionally. Pliers and a good head lock. Used to hunt them and they would eat the wood off of the outdoor privy. Never ate one though.
I've had the same experience but not to that extreme. It just proves, bulldogs don't quit.
how many quills do the shoot out ?
Mine were never this bad but I have seen worse also. I wonder if it is like accupuncture and they don't feel them going in.
yeah, we call him Snake
the quills dont "shoot" out ebear they stick in and have to be yanked out with pliers or pushed thru the other side if/when possible.needle nose pliers work the best.also pour baby oil over the base of the quills,let sit,then pull.done it lotsa times.tree pigs can really put the smack down on a dog.
when the quills leave the body of the porcupine, i assumed that the were projectiles.''if that is the case.. how many quills of said porcupine are Projected in one volley?
Did she not like our brand of humor and delete the thread or was that el hefe policing? It's a shame ebear didn't get a chance to play.
this is not my dog either
the number of quills the dog touches are the number it gets.I have seen almost bald porcupines after dog stabbing.
The porcupine, slaps with it's tail!!!
My Father-in-Law had a dog that got into a porcupine, not near that bad. H had to hold the dog down and pull them out with plires!!! He also had quills inside his mouth, toung and throat!!
This dog needs to be put under, then remove the quills