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DanGersFord

Animal's In The Road!

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What are you supposed to do when for example you're driving down a country road and come across say a sheep wondering down the road? The last few days ive came across it twice one was a wee lamb and thentoday a full grown sheep and iI always feel terrible after hoping the poor things dont get hit by someone! Are you meant to go to the nearest farm n tell the farmer or phone the police or what?

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I usually phone the police on the non-emergency number for animals in the road, dead or alive.

I come across this a lot, I tend to just warn people if it's 1 or two sheep, but if it's half the herd I'd stop and call the police. Dead animals that are large are a phone call only, if it's a pet though I usually pull over and try and move the animal if I can and alert the owner if possible.

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Cheers for the reply mate I obviously normally warn other people etc although how many of them take heed and actually slow down varies lol

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Cheers for the reply mate I obviously normally warn other people etc although how many of them take heed and actually slow down varies lol

Very few slow down in my experience, but that's their own problem really, makes quite a mess of a car does a sheep >.<

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