Bo, a very alive three-year-old Blue Heeler, is being called the Wyoming Wonder Dog. Here’s why. (Buckle up.)
A few months ago, Genevieve Gerber and her 18-year-old son, Wesley, returned home to find a dog in their chicken coop, according to the Los Angeles Times.
It was Bo. Wesley grabbed his rifle and shot the dog twice. Bo was hit on the cheek and in the back. Wesley and Genevieve walked up to Bo and determined he was dead. Wesley dragged the dog outside, then asked his father, Mike, what to do.
“Burn it,” his father told him.
Later, Mike Gerber was able to clarify his position on burning a neighbor’s dog that your son had just shot and killed, to the Casper Star-Tribune.
“I said, ‘Burn it,’ because we have had other predators come around — and even our chickens that the dog had killed — how we got rid of them was we just burned them,” he said.