That sounds kind of gruesome, but perfectly normal and natural for dogs.
Once upon a time, I woke to find my cat playing with a mouse. I thought of catching the mouse and putting it outside, but then, I thought, I brought this majestic, half-domestic predator into my home, and gave it no opportunity to use the instincts God provided his breed.
I turned over and went back to sleep.
I miss that cat.
I could use one like him.
I never saw or heard from Mr. Mouse again.
And, I didn't lose sleep over his probably gory demise.
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