My mom, out on the farm, has resurrected an ancient form of punishment to present to her dogs. One of her dogs, a young Great Pyrenees, has learned to kill the chickens. This is generally an unforgivable act, but one that she feels is accounted for by her rambunctious youth. However, the puppy has recently taught momma-dog the fruits of this labor and now they’re both killing chickens. Time to get medieval on their asses. So she has now tied – actually had John tie – the chicken to the adult Pyrenees’ collar in an attempt to disgust her with the rotting carcass upon her inescapable neck. It’s said that the dog will eventually become repulsed with this treatment and will no longer find killing chickens a favorable activity. It has only been a day and the feather bulk at her neck is now attracting the attention of some rather large flies. It is also, apparently, eminating a stench that voids her of getting any human attention at the moment. I’m guessing…hoping…she gets a good disinfecting bath when this is over.