• The First 15 Seconds Of A Coyote Attack Are Critical - Here's How To Protect Your Dog

    5 days ago - By iHeart Dogs

    Earlier this year, Toni Tesen let her dogs out for a late night potty break. Stanley, an 11-year-old Toy Poodle, suddenly saw movement in the bushes and sprang forward to investigate. Tesen had enough time to register the “fat tail” of a coyote before the animal took off through a nearby field with poor Stanley in its jaws. It happened so quickly, the seven pound rescue dog never had a chance.
    “Stanley was there one minute and the coyote was there the next,” Tesen later recounted .
    Sadly, Tesen - who lives less than 10 miles from Detroit's western border - is not alone in her heartbreak...
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