Hi all, I need some guidance... I have a couple of resident blue tongues that live on my residential block in the suburbs, it's a 752 square m block that was built on back in 1975 and the gardens beds that border the front and back yards are very well established. I first discovered the blue tongues presence not long after moving in as my Jack Russell Terriers soon located them whilst fossicking about in the garden beds like Jacks do... I set a few live capture rat trap cages and successfully caught them within a couple of hours with the intention of moving them out of harms way and out to the front of the block where the Jacks don't have access.... So I did and let them go... Several months later, I caught them again back in the original spot... And now today I've caught one again, 3 hours ago I released it... Now just 10 mins ago I heard a huge commotion out the back and my 2 daughters screaming "daddy daddy Alaska is chasing a big lizard!" I flew out the back door and here it is again... walking back from the front garden across the back yard in the direction of where it's always been trapped... Thankfully my Jacks are VERY obedient and once called off, he stood his ground without harming the bluey but I'm concerned for its future... Are they just going to keep coming back no matter how many times I move them out of harms way?? I have nothing against Blueys, I think they're fantastic, I do have garden snails about the place so really it's a bluey heaven but I don't want the Jacks getting them... or hurting them. Although, I guess if it was going to happen, it'd have happened by now... So, do they have quite a large home territory or something? I don't want to like take them on a drive 10km away and let them go, I'm moving them like probably 50m and it's obviously not working out. LOL They seem pretty determined to stick around. Sounds like a stupid problem to have but I'm only wanting what's best for these cool skinks. EDIT* I tied the Jacks up and grabbed the Bluey and released it back where it was trapped, hoping it will disappear for now... I'll leave the dogs tied up for another hour to give it a head-start and I'm not really sure what else to do.