I Think My Neighbor’s Dog is Loose & I Don’t Know How To Catch it
I don't see a collar on the little fella. Do you think he or she is chipped?
The neighbor behind my property has a bunch of dogs. I couldn't tell you the breed as I've never actually seen them in person but I have been hearing them bark and howl constantly for the past year. The continuous barking and howling stopped about a week ago. For some reason I don't really hear them anymore.
At first I didn't think anything of it but then I started to see them come to my backyard.
I think my neighbor's cute pups are accidentally wandering into my yard and I don't know what to do.
I won't go near them because I don't know if they are up to date on their shots or not.
If you know me you that I'm more of a cat person. I admittedly don't know very much about dogs. I'm calling all the dog experts in the Hudson Valley. I could use some help in identifying this breed of dog.
Someone reached out and said that it's a coyote. Is this true? This might explain why the turkeys that were camped in my backyard all summer have all disappeared.
If it is a wild coyote is there someone or some organization I should call to help relocate him or them? Do you think there are more out there?
If I can get any local animal or dog experts to help me out that would be greatly appreciated. Maybe the problem is bigger than the Hudson Valley. Maybe I should call Caesar Milan?
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