M Michael Dean I was under the same assumptions. When I started talking to them about this my number one animal was the barbary sheep. I was after a big one of 30 to 34 inches and was told at the DSC it was no problem. Again I assumed with all this land advertised it was going to be quite a hunt. The first morning of the hunt we drove an hour and a half to this God's Mountain place I reported about. The aoudad I shot was maybe 27 inches, I'll never know as I gave these animals away over there, but far short from what I was looking for and was told they could produce. Sure I could have shot one out of the small breeder pens behind the mans house but couldn't have ever brought myself to do this. I'm sure they have addressed the problem in the chalets or this might have even been an isolated incident but really doubt it or the other guys that were there wouldn't have told us about the broken glass in the floor of theres. Either way tho I can only hope it is addressed because I have a friend booked there and I pray he has a great experience. Dont know what to tell you about the dogs. I am a dog lover and have had and raised hunting dogs for over 40 years. We have had something of house dog for over the past 25 years but they are not allowed around our food or in the dining room. Our hunting lodge sets behind our house and 99% of our guests have never seen our chocolate lab that is our house dog now and a great companion. But not all people are dog people so why take the risk of exposing someone to this. It's there hunt and only our place. The dogs were a bit much even for us!!!