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The coyote that threatened a Huntersville family over the weekend was confirmed to be rabid, the Animal Care & Control Division said Tuesday.
The container compromised the coyote’s breathing, eyesight, hearing and sense of smell, Nuckolls said.
Then, like a ghost in a mist of winter grass, the form of a coyote appeared.
The black Labrador, which often appeared on the E! reality series, was originally adopted along with another pup, Dolce, a Chihuahua that was later killed by a coyote.
Once characterized by bears, coyotes and a few hunting cabins, Hollywood Hills West eventually gained a reputation as a hot spot for musicians and movie stars during the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Wildlife cams have verified the presence of coyotes in many surprise encounters.
The article describes the growing problem of coyotes in urban areas in the Lower 48, and how it is being dealt with.
Steve Alder, who heads Idaho for Wildlife, the group that sponsored this month's derby hunting wolves and coyotes in Salmon, agrees.
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