Pack Of Norfolk Terriers Spend Seven Hours Killing Huge Haul Of 730 Rats
A pack of dogs succeeded in catching and killing more than 700 huge rats after a pig farm became overrun with the rodents.
Pig farmers called in the pack of small Norfolk Terriers – known as the Suffolk and Norfolk Rat Pack – after the rats invaded, nibbling at food stock and posing a threat to livestock.
The dogs worked for approximately seven hours to collect the record haul, surprising even their owners with the largest ever haul of vermin terminated by the pack. Click To Continue Reading This Story. . .