Discussion in 'Dogs in the News' started by Bailey's Mom, May 5, 2018.
Probably the same one. We watched it twice, it was so good.
Yes, I've seen both of these, several times. You can get them both on Youtube, I think. I have them saved on my PVR and marked for keeping, otherwise husband would delete it for space.
If you haven't watched the one about the Coy-wolf, look it up, Dr. David Suzuki on the Nature of Things. It's a real eye opener. Most of it was shot in Toronto and followed these urban Coy-wolfs.
The hunters that come in the store have told me it is a shoot-on-sight situation with Coyotes. One recently told me that a group of them hauled away his friend's deer kill before he could get his ATV in to pick it up.
At any rate, it is pup season and I've explained to the staff that any coyotes they come across now will likely be more aggressive especially if they come near their dens. Best not to try and get that "selfi" if you want to avoid getting bit...and the subsequent rabies shots!
Geez who would be dumb enough to try to take a selfie with a coyote???? And in that case I sort of believe those individuals should be allowed to self cull for the benefit of our species.
My husband carries a can of nails and if he hears them while he is walking to the house he shakes it and it makes enough noise to give him enough time to get into the house from his shop
I was thinking the same thing, but people are crazy w the selfies. I saw a lady posted on a blog about visiting the Grand Canyon. She said no one was actually looking at the Canyon. Their backs were toward it as they got selfies. She said some young men were dangerously close to the edge, and her 8 year old son was scared to death that they would fall off!
So yeah I could see some idiot trying to catch a selfie with a coyote. What's really scary is these people are going to be our future!
They won't be our future if we let them take those selfies. ;-)
Ok like wow! I send corrected regarding these Coy-wolves.... My uncle lives up north past Barrie Ontario. He tells me he's seen these Coy-wolves around his home! He said he didn't know what their were until he spoke with a local hunter.. he tells me they have the look of the coyote but the size of a timber wolf!
I guess Mother Nature figured this was the best way to have these species survive was by joining them together
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