Yesterday morning, a hunter practicing hound hunting lost his dog, which was leading game in the Prarion area, in the town of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains, in Haute-Savoie. The nemrod, although worried about his animal, did not panic, relied on his GPS to find his faithful four-legged companion.
After covering the distance indicated on his device in the direction of the animal, what was the shock and sadness of this hunter: His dog, or rather what was left of it, was lying on the ground, almost entirely devoured by a predator who had spared only the head and of course the GPS collar.
We don’t need to be a diviner to point out the culprit: the wolf. Reintroduced by order of Europe and defended by animalists, the wolf, which spares neither herds nor dogs, could soon attack humans as explained by the biologist Marcel Züger who fears future attack on children in front of the impunity of which the predator has and which modifies his behavior pushing him to always more audacity.