Concerns about a coyote invasion in Westchester County have been heightened since the animals attacked and killed one woman’s beloved dog.
Following a rash of attacks on small dogs by coyotes in Chappaqua, residents gathered for a meeting to discuss the problem and come up with solutions.
Pet peril has struck suburbia, as coyotes have started snatching small dogs in another Westchester County town.
The dog sustained bites to her back and is now recovering both physically and emotionally.
Missing pet posters have been increasingly seen piling up on fences and utility poles. No one knows how many animals are gone and no on really expects them to turn up alive.
A New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation said it was “possible” the coyotes were swimming to the island from Connecticut.
Police in Greenwich, Conn., more accustomed to sightings of wheeled Jaguars, are investigating reports that some type of big cat is roaming the wealthy town.
When Ken Dunwald first saw his smashed basement window, he had no idea he wasn’t alone. Upon going downstairs and opening his basement door, he nearly stepped on something wild and furry.
Rising temperatures are raising concerns in many suburban communities over the return of coyotes. Law enforcement shared their new battle plan in the war between man and beast.
Police say a hungry coyote attacked a pomeranian on Thursday night amidst warnings of the roaming predators.
Weston animal control officer Mark Harper says people need to be aware and take special care of their smaller pets.
For coyotes this is the lean season, said wildlife expert Jim Horton. It’s the time to endure and survive.
Schwartz says she went out back and saw the pug in the coyote’s mouth. The dog was never seen again.
Testing has determined that the coyote killed in Westchester earlier this week was rabid.
The Westchester County Health Department said Wednesday it was the first confirmation of rabies in a coyote in the county.