HUNTING THE HUNTERS
Wild dogs all share a number of traits that make them appealing targets. For starters, they are pack animals, so where you find one, you're likely to find more. Because they are carnivores, they respond to calls that imitate prey species, and because they are social animals, wild dogs respond to challenge and bitch-in-heat calls. And because they are so ubiquitous, a hunt for any other animal—antlered game, small game, upland birds—can instantly transition to an opportunistic canine hunt.