Jeffrey S. Green
Assistant Regional Director
Lakewood, Colorado 80228
Philip S. Gipson
Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506-3501
Fig. 1. Feral dog, Canis familiaris
Damage Prevention and Control Methods
Net wire fences.
Yard lights, effigies, pyrotechnics.
Livestock guarding animals.
Several products are registered but are practical for only small areas.
Capsaicin and anise oil may protect humans from attack by dogs.
Sodium cyanide in M-44 ejector devices.
None are registerd.
Cage and Box traps.
No. 3 or 4 steel foothold traps.
Cable neck snares.
Hunting from the air.
Hunting from the ground.
Eliminate food supplies.
Dog control laws.
Professional carnivore damage control specialists.
Scott E. Hygnstrom;
Robert M. Timm;
Gary E. Larson
PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE — 1994
Cooperative Extension Division Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources University of Nebraska -Lincoln
United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Animal Damage Control
Great Plains Agricultural Council Wildlife Committee