Keeping Domestic Animals Safe

Although  primarily rodent/rabbit eaters and scavengers, coyotes may view  livestock, cats and small dogs as prey, while larger dogs may be viewed  as a threat, particularly during mating (December, January, February),  breeding (April, May), and dispersal (September, October) seasons.

  • Keep companion animals inside at night.
  • Do not allow companion animals to roam free (obey leash laws)
  • Spay or neuter your dogs. Coyotes can mate with unsterilized dogs and are attracted to females in heat.