Wisconsin Wolves Kill 29 Pets & Counting, Hunting Dog Death Toll Piles Up

Walker Hound Killed By Wolves
Walker Hound Killed By Wolves
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MADISON, WI –-(Ammoland.com)- On October 4 2104, Wisconsin Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves killed a 6 year old Plott bear hound. The attack occurred in the Town of Minocqua, Oneida County. More information and a caution area map are available on the gray wolf webpage.

On October 5 2014, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves killed a 6 year old Plott bear hound. The attack occurred in the Town of Little Rice, Oneida County. More information and a caution area map are available on the gray wolf webpage.

When asked about the reintroduction of wolves one Oneida County resident did not mince words;

“People with no idea about nature, that have never been in the woods, insisted on releasing these wolves here and now look.” “We have both wolves and our pet dogs both being killed and injured” “When wolves run through our back yards, who is watching out for our children, not the state, not the animal righters, not Fish and Game. Its all on the people that live here.”

Hunters are reminded to use the caution area maps on the DNR website (dnr.wi.gov, keyword “wolf management”) to help reduce conflicts during this year's bear dog training and hunting season.

Hunters should use the caution area maps linked here, to help reduce conflicts during this year's bear dog training and hunting season.

**Anyone suspecting a wolf attack in northern Wisconsin should call USDA-WS immediately at 1-800-228-1368 (in state) or 715-369-5221. In southern Wisconsin call 1-800-433-0663 (in state) or 920-324-4514.

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Johnny

Natives of North America Hunted wolves for hundreds of years to keep wolf population down (because they would attack humans, and compete for food sources, and to keep them out of their food stock. This is back when wolves had lots of room to run around and stay away from humans. They didn’t though because of the readily available food source, why hunt when the food is just laying out there. Truth is a wolf would kill you without thinking twice and the human population isn’t getting any smaller. So make a choice, you can’t save all the animals and… Read more »

Perry Frahm
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Perry Frahm

Wolf’s are addicting smoke a pack a day

Raelynn Jenner
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Raelynn Jenner

Bill Clinton signed the endangered animal act. Now citizens and our Animal family members are THE Prey . There is a reason Wolves And Pumas and Bears were killed in great numbers back in the day . BECAUSE THEY PREY ON HUMANS DUH!!!!

Jessie Copeland
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Jessie Copeland

If you don’t already own a good rifle; Buy one and plenty of amo learn how to use it. Don’t be shy. shoot to kill every one you see. Take a sponge cut it into 1 to 1 and a half inch blocks, soak them in grease where you have fried chicken scatter them all around the wolves will eat them and get a blocked bowel soon it will die. If you live in flat country a 12 gauge with range shots,turkey amo will do good for short range shots.

john
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john

Yeah send ur “pet” in the woods in harms way and than bitch about it when ur dog is injured or killed. I have a dog to.. i don’t put my dog in positions where he could be harmed because I’m not a moron

Robert Nelson
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Robert Nelson

Wolves should have never been reintroduced. They are devastating the elk and moose population. I hope the hound hunter turns his sights on the wolves. Time for predator control,

Jacqueline Daly
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Jacqueline Daly

If the dog in the picture is the one that was killed by wolves, it is surprising that the wound is so surgically precise.

caj
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caj

Maluka, maybe you should take a stroll in Oneida County.

luanne
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luanne

Wolf population is a must … be a resposible pet owner and protect pet. I live in MT we are watchful of our pets!

Outlaw
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Outlaw

@Marie Brown @Zig Pope, Go back to the HSUS site and be with your own kind. You have no idea what the scenario was where these dogs were killed.
They also kill animals in backyards not just dogs “hounding” whatever you think that is they also kill cats eating them alive.
Go pet a Wolf see how gentle and loving one can be.

Tamyra
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Tamyra

there are hundreds of accounts of wolves killing children and adults…..that is why there was a bounty placed on them in the first place…!! You wolf lovers better read your Bibles….in Genesis God gives humans rule over every creepy crawly, every animal even the ones that slither, to dominate and FOR us ….no the other way around………why should people have to hide in their houses because of wolves? That is agenda 21, better wake up, that is what they want to move all people back into the cities so they can control how high your heat is, how much water… Read more »

Maluka
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Maluka

But how can this be. The wolves are sweet little animals and we should be happy they have been reintroduced into our lives. That is exactly what all obama voting dope smoking long haired maggots would say.

Remember wolves believe “pets today and children tomorrow. Save America on November 4th. DUMP ALL DEMOCRATS AND RINOS.

A. Huizinga
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A. Huizinga

How did President Obama and dope smoking become part of the equation? Hell, I don’t even drink. Are you going to bring up the IRS and Benghazi, too? Wolves were hunted to near extinction because of man’s need to master everything. Small children, really? If you are ignorant enough to bring small children into the woods to track down wild animals….I don’t know how to end THIS sentence. What I’m saying is, you aren’t ticked off by your dog being killed by a wolf, you’re mad because you can’t shoot the wolf. If your dog was killed by a bear… Read more »

Zig Pope
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Zig Pope

Wow. Purposely put your “beloved” dog in the path of wolves and then blame them for being wolves and protecting their own territory.

We are on to you hounders, and your “Faux News” type of hysteria has been exposed. If you loved your dogs you wouldn’t be hounding in wolf country. They belong there more than you, homo sapiens.

Marie Brown
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Marie Brown

Was this “Pet” in it’s own backyard ? I think not. It is hard to understand how people claim their “beloved family pet” is killed by these terrible wolves, when the owner’s themselves place them in this danger. Using hounds to run down animals is quite frankly not a “sport”, it is a barbaric act and inhumane. To cry when your “beloved pet” is injured, maimed or killed is on the owner. Knowing the area contains wildlife that may very well injure your trained to run , possibly fight and corner any wildlife “pet”is a risk the owner takes and… Read more »

Jane
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Jane

Exactly. It is not feasible to have these dogs chasing after bears in wolf country. And since the barbaric practice is disgusting and cowardly anyway, cease the baiting, chasing with dogs, shooting the bears out of trees. That’s not hunting.

And yes, there is evidence already in Yellowstone that the presence of wolves has fundamental benefits for the ecosystem that are far ranging and unlooked for. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q

Dan
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Dan

We dont need wolves to help balance nature. We have no nature because of wolves. Dinosaurs were here before us should we bring them back too!!!! It’s just a matter of time until some small child is killed by wolves, then I hope the wolfies will be happy!!!

WolvesAreSpiritGuides
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WolvesAreSpiritGuides

What a load of crap!! Wolves don’t make perfect circular incisions without a rip, tear or even a puncture wound on the body. Don’t be so naive!! Plenty of fake photos lately! These incisions were made by a very sharp Scalpel! All Propaganda!! Wolves don’t hunt dogs like Coyotes do! Never shoot anything you don’t plan on eating!

Wolftracker
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Wolftracker

Perfect circular incisions? Far from it, that’s torn belly skin. I have dozens of photos of dogs killed by wolves. Also sheep killed by wolves for fun, and cows killed by wolves and left to rot. Also cows killed by wolves after they ate the uterus out, and left the mother to die. Same with elk. Wolves surplus kill, they kill for fun, and they hunt other canines. You are the one that shouldn’t be naive. The biggest intentional killer of wolves in an unhunted population is WOLVES! Why? They’re territorial. Read a book, for Christ’s sake, you have ZERO… Read more »

BILL JOHN
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BILL JOHN

As a trapper and a hunter of mostly all the seasons i love to be outdoors but theirs not a day when i am recreating outdoors when wolves packs run threw my mind. I carry a .45 caliber pistol with me in the woods and i feel that can protect me but then think about the young children playing outside that don’t know how to use a gun can they defend themselves? NO and i bet you most of the wolf lovers out there don’t even know how to work a gun so i guess the poor child would become… Read more »

jamie
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jamie

“People with no idea about nature, that have never been in the woods, insisted on releasing these wolves here and now look.” The wolves were here before white man ever came to this country and crowded out his habitat and poisoned trapped and killed him to the point of extinction. If a few pets are killed it is because there are too few wild places left for the wolves. When we got rid of the wolves the deer and small game became unhealthy and over populated leading to overgrazing and destruction of rare plants and animals starving. The people who… Read more »

Joe
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Joe

A few pets, Jamie? The state had to pay $99,400 compensation for 41 dogs in 2016 alone. Not to mention attacks on cattle, horses, pigs, sheep, and humans (I don’t count cats). A man was attacked by three wolves in an area I’ve hunted in Colburn in 2015, and my brother was stalked by a pack during deer bow season while dragging a carcass out without a sidearm. Wolves like hanging around the fringes of civilization looking for an easy meal (garbage, livestock, pets…) and hunters could easily control the deer population. Wolves are pest animals no better than coyotes,… Read more »