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Old 08-12-2013, 07:58 PM   #11
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The somebodys pets start dying off. 2 words

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Jail???

I dont know nuthin bout nuthin..


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I have a very simple solution to your coyote: Great Pyrennes Mountain dog. Coyotes will leave the vicinity after just hearing them. I have four adults who keep my farm coyote free.

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Snares and traps?

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I have a very simple solution to your coyote: Great Pyrennes Mountain dog. Coyotes will leave the vicinity after just hearing them. I have four adults who keep my farm coyote free.
+1 I have a great pyrenees, we hear coyotes in the distance but they keep their distance and we've lost no animals since got her. fenced yard would be best unless your neighbors don't care cause they may roam and try to expand their territory. They're also a great family dog when bonded with people, great with kids and will defend your little one to the death if need be, but only if NEED be.
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Go and buy a couple cans of sardines and a couple of med size galvanized nails make sure the nails are galvanize.
Nail through the can of sardines at a height a coyote can lick the can and oils that are coming from the can in a couple of days no more coyotes.
Do this in a couple of spots to make sure they are licking it up.

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Go and buy a couple cans of sardines and a couple of med size galvanized nails make sure the nails are galvanize.
Nail through the can of sardines at a height a coyote can lick the can and oils that are coming from the can in a couple of days no more coyotes.
Do this in a couple of spots to make sure they are licking it up.
Will that kill them?
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Yes and also the neighborhood cats and dogs

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