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Re: Squirrels....coyotes

I raised an orphaned coyote pup in the early 80's.  Had him for 10  years.  
He was one of the best pets I've ever had.  Very protective,  loyal, and 
gentle.  One day while on post at the Commisary I met up with a  friend who told me 
about a neighbor PCSing overseas needing to find a good home  for their poodle 
puppy.  Of course I was thrilled.  Problem is I had  to get the dog right 
away, and had Tony the coyote in the car.  In the  haste, I had forgotten my 
wallet at the checkout at the commissary, so had to  run in to get it after 
picking up the puppy.  I had to leave Tony with the  puppy....when I came out, Tony 
was on the back seat.  Blood all over his  mouth, blood on my school books, 
and absolutely no sign of the puppy  anywhere.  I could have died.  Immediately 
I opened the doors and  looked for the puppy or what was left of him.  Puppy 
came out from under  the front seat with not a scratch on him.  So I checked 
out Tony, he  had a cut lip, thus the blood.  From then on Tony was overly 
protective of  the poodle, and very gentle with him.  I still do not think that 
Tony tried  to harm the puppy, since there was no indication of any tussle or 
such in the  vehicle.....how he got his lip cut is a mystery....but I never had 
to worry  about Tony harming him or me. 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/13/2005 11:02:42 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Very  cool picture, Jim.  Someone told me the  ones around here are no  
pure coyotes because they have interbred with stray dogs.  The  person went 
on to say that had made the coyotes much more fearless.   Sounds like 
hysteria to me, but what do I  know?

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