Letter to the Editor: Dog vs. deer in Rangely, who pays?

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Dear Editor:
I am a resident of Rangely, living in White River Village. I pay rent, and I believe that entitles me to use the property as mine.
That means my dog is allowed to go in my yard, where she is under my supervision.
So when wildlife comes into my yard and breaks up my bird feeders and eats the tops off my flowers and destroys my property, my dog can’t chase them?
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife folks think they are above all. Well, they need to pay attention to the people who pay the taxes that pay their enormous wages and benefits package.
Most of the time when a wildlife cop is needed, they are nowhere to be found.
And try to get these CPW folks to pay for damages? That will be the day.
Ed Ballegeer