“Hogs Gone Wild” and the AMAZING Riddick!

  So last night, courtesy of some late night channel surfing, we stumbled upon Discovery Channel (always a favorite!) and saw a show titled “Hogs Gone Wild”.  This show highlighted the feral hog problems and solutions in the states of Florida, Hawaii and Texas.

   LolaBelle’s Treats is located in on the Texas coast so we are very aware of the feral hog problem. Frankly, they are SCARY! The show highlighted companies that specialize in feral hog removal and that is where we were introduced to the AMAZING Riddick of L3 Outdoors!

   Riddick is an enormous lovable Great Dane who is a registered Boarhound. I had no idea Great Danes were used for this kind of work so I stayed up long past my bedtime because I wasn’t going to miss seeing this huge dog take down a huge boar! And it did not disappoint!

This show isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s dangerous, bloody work. Until you have seen a wild boar in person it’s hard to describe how terrifying they really are. The show and L3 outdoors website provides tons of information on feral hogs, the techniques they use, profiles on the dogs and what they do with the meat (I’ll give you a hint! It’s for a GOOD cause!)

   Check your local listings and catch “Hogs Gone Wild” and all the amazing dogs working to keep us safe!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. dane oglee
    Feb 28, 2011 @ 23:17:22

    i am just curious were did yalls cut vest come from i have been trying to find them since watching ur show

    Reply

    • lolabelles
      Mar 01, 2011 @ 03:22:29

      We don’t have anything to do with that. Follow our link to L3 Outdoors and they will be happy to answer your question!

      Reply

  2. walter
    Mar 15, 2011 @ 05:27:31

    this is one of the most ridiculous reality shows I have seen! When given the chance for a sure, safe & close kill (by pistol or rifle) these folks put their dogs at risk for no other reason than ratings. Granted, the Aussie feels compelled to do it on his own, which in some ways is even more stupid, but why not just shoot the hogs as most of us do? I have killed more hogs up close & personal than I can count, but have never felt the need to put my dogs at more risk than necessary as they do on this TV extravaganza. So, the question is “why put your dogs at unnecessary risk?”

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  3. Stacy
    Mar 25, 2011 @ 17:44:38

    We have a bit of a problem with Hogs where I live and I would love to have a great dane pup out on the boonies where I live. Would like to have a Riddick of mine own Can u help?

    Reply

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