Hunting Dogs Win Over Property Owners

The courts have once again ruled against a group of property owners upset over hunting dogs.

Last year a group called the Northwest Florida Rural Property Owners Association filed suit against the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

The land owners claim the agency failed to properly regulate the use of hunting dogs on private land.

They say the dogs are a nuisance and deprived them of the use of their land.

A circuit judge ruled against the property group, so the group appealed.

Tuesday the First District Court of Appeals upheld the circuit judge's ruling, so the landowners have lost another round.