One other small canine snatched by a coyote in Massachusetts

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The house owners of the black and brown Chihuahua named Guido request that anybody within the space search their yards and surrounding property for any signal of his stays.

A small canine was taken from a Milford yard this week — the newest in a string of coyote incidents throughout Massachusetts.

The incident occurred Wednesday morning on Pine Island Street, Milford Animal Management stated in a Fb publish.

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“We’re asking residents within the space who’ve smaller pets to be extra vigilant when letting their pets out,” the division famous. “Daybreak and nightfall are optimum searching instances for Coyotes.”

A coyote attacked a Fall River lady whereas she was strolling her canine on Monday, and earlier this month, Jamaica Plain residents raised alarms after recognizing a coyote carrying a lifeless canine.

When somebody commented beneath the Milford publish that pet house owners ought to by no means depart a small canine unattended in a yard, animal management responded that the proprietor had truly been exterior with the canine, however “Coyotes are quick.”

The house owners of the black and brown Chihuahua named Guido request that anybody within the space search their yards and surrounding property for any signal of his stays.

“The Araya household is on the lookout for some closure,” animal management famous, including that the division extends its condolences to them.

Sharon Vater-Araya informed Boston 25 Information that she didn’t instantly notice {that a} coyote had taken her beloved 9-year-old canine when she observed he was gone.

“No, I didn’t; I used to be driving round with flashlights, strolling round, making an attempt to do every little thing,” she defined to the information station, including that she found out what occurred when she noticed blood within the woods.

“I’m simply devastated and in shock,” she stated.

Anybody with data associated to this incident can contact animal management at 508-478-3871.


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