I generally don't go out of my way to hunt coyote and feral dogs. However, when they present themselves, I always feel obliged to thin the pack.
The dog control officer uses my place as he pleases, taking shots up to 600 yards with his 338 Lapua and 308 Win. In fact, he likes to use my shooting table on the front porch when I'm not around. James is retired now, but claimed he was pulling a half-ton of dead dog out of the county a month. That's a busy man.
Here's my last one:
Nobody Hunt's my Place Without Permission