Coyote stalks / attacks dog at home

It was mid-afternoon when a wild coyote entered our yard and started stalking our Chocolate Lab. The dog was clueless, engrossed in a large bone, which the coyote attacked the dog for. This funny scene shows the wily ways of the coyote but also how dangerous they can be when invading home territory. Fortunately, this dog was big enough to take care of himself, but smaller animals and children are in danger when wildlife moves in.

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Wild Willy says ... on Sunday, Mar 13 at 7:14 PM

Moose must have been a little blind and deaf. A dog who's senses are 100% would've been all over that coyote.

max says ... on Monday, Mar 7 at 11:35 AM

NOT FUNNY! dangerous to let a coyote think they can come into your yard uninterrupted- Shame on you. please help to protect animals and kids. Dogs today....kids tomorrow. Think about it.

Anonymous says ... on Monday, Mar 7 at 1:52 AM

Remember you moved into the coyote homes, you should protect your loving old dog, then to hide behind the french doors with your i-phone. We have names for people like you, but can't be said on on a public site. iphone next get it.

Lesa in California says ... on Sunday, Mar 6 at 6:50 AM

Thank you so much for sharing Moose's world!

Anonymous says ... on Saturday, Mar 5 at 8:26 AM

of us humans.

lee98632 says ... on Saturday, Mar 5 at 8:26 AM

Wise Dog he is..No bone is worth dying over. On the more serious end I witnessed a park of coyotes when in "Bellingham" Washington. Some kids and I were out playing and I looked out in to the field. and got the kids inside. there getting less feafull

Lenny says ... on Saturday, Mar 5 at 12:20 AM

Totally Love this film clip!!! WOW!!!LOL!!!!

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