How to Get Dogs Naturally Exterminated in the Wild

Presenting The Dog Catcher Supreme Predator Call!

dog catcherWild ideas while dreaming…

You decide to go out for a long weekend in the wild to get some fresh air, peace of mind, and quiet. You dream of listening the song of birds and the wind blowing in the trees, the leaves falling. You travel anxiously to get there.

However, that is not what you find in your destination. The first thing you find are… dogs everywhere! Barking out loud! Disturbing wildlife! Off leash nonetheless.

Aren’t you sick and tired of finding free roaming dogs when you are right there in the wilderness? In Nature Reserves? National Parks? The countryside? In the middle of nowhere?

I am.

Well, so let’s think for a second; what do we usually encounter out there in the forests (apart from loose dogs)? Predators.

Yes, predators! Those wild animals that kill other animals, specially stupid animals that think they are brave, smart, the king of the hill.

Wouldn’t it be so “sad” if one – just one – of those predators “naturally” attacked and killed those free-roamers in areas where they should not be and most of the times are PROHIBITED to be?

How sad!

While Googling for ‘dog catchers’ I found this one just by chance: “Primos Dog Catcher Electronic Predator Call” on www.amazon.com/Primos-Catcher-Electronic-Predator-Call/dp/B00I6P8AN0

That’s their real name: Primos Dog Catcher.

Dog Catcher Electronic Predator Call What it does? The article says:

“This compact and simple to use electronic predator caller is designed to make your hunt easy and effective. The Dogg Catcher is packed full of features including the 150 yard remote and the ability to play two sounds at once, all at a super affordable price. Utilizing 12 different proven Randy Anderson sounds, the Dogg Catcher can call in some of the wiliest predators out there including bobcats, fox and coyotes. Whether you’re a seasoned caller or a beginning hunter, the Dogg Catcher is an excellent addition to your bag of tricks this fall. “

Our bags of tricks, indeed! All for ~US$70, shipping included!

Hurray!!! Dogs exterminated, “naturally”!

You had nothing to do with that, of course not, the predators just did what they do… (isn’t that what doggists always say, that it’s not their fault, ever?)

Just don’t forget to carry your .45 with you!

Ah, and for a total of ~US$100, you also get the Wildlife Research 526 Coyote Juice Calling Scent (8-Fluid Ounce) — Please, while jogging or riding your bike, do not let it spill in the trails where dogs need to roam freely, please!

Doggists, don’t you like it?

No problem, there are many other models… kkkkkkkkkkkkk

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5 Responses to How to Get Dogs Naturally Exterminated in the Wild

  1. Malmo says:

    Fantastic! Just hope idiotic dog lunatics understand the message.

  2. S says:

    Brilliant!

  3. However, that is not what you find in your destination. The first thing you find are… dogs everywhere! Barking out loud! Disturbing wildlife! Off leash nonetheless.

    Aren’t you sick and tired of finding free roaming dogs when you are right there in the wilderness? In Nature Reserves? National Parks? The countryside? In the middle of nowhere?

    This is what I often found as a hike leader for our state trail association.

    It is one of the main reason I carry a pistol on all of my hikes. Hogs are reason#2.

  4. D says:

    Absolutely BRILLIANT!!

  5. Catherine Barber says:

    Har har! Soooo ‘sad’. Yes, wouldn’t it be ‘coincidental’ that some predator/s just ‘happened to be around’ when some stupid dog-person’s-dog started up their customary brouhaha, and, well, a predator just went and did what a predator does naturally….. geddit.

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