Natural born pet killers from coyotes to foxes
When visiting relatives in Nova Scotia recently, I heard a sad tale. My aunt's collie-cross dog, Jeanie, was accustomed to going for walks on her own in the local woodlands. The area was genuine Canadian wilderness, with no local farm livestock to worry about, so this was never seen as a big problem. Jeanie gained much pleasure from chasing chipmunks, sniffing out scents of game birds like grouse, and generally enjoying being out and about in the open air.