We asked you about running dogs for deer early this month, and the topic seemed to strike a chord. So, just in case the horse is still kicking, here’s an update, from the Northwest Florida Daily News:
_Two dogs who . . . trespassing at Eight Point Hunting Club [in] Escambia County were captured and their owner was charged for allowing them to hunt on private property, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s weekly report.

Officers used the tags on the dogs’ collars to find their owner. The owner was then issued a citation for allowing the dogs to pursue doe deer without the property owner’s permission._