PET SAFETY TIPS AND MORE...

 

Take away the doggie door.

You may just receive UNINVITED GUESTS!

  • BE AN ACTIVE DOG WALKER

  • Use a short leash when walking your dog

  • Refrain from using retractable leashes

  • Focus on your pet and your surroundings
    The cell phone calls can wait

  • Carry an pocket size airhorn or automatic umbrella
    for hazing

  • Change up your walking routine

  • Never leave your small dog unattended

  • Keep all pet food and water indoors

  • Keep pets indoor at night

  • Remove bird feeders and quail seed blocks 

  • Trim overgrown landscaping that can be 
    used for shade and sleeping by predators

  • Pick AND pick up fallen fruit.  Holes bored
    in fruit indicate
    the presence of rats.

  • Secure the garbage

  • Keep BBQs cleaned and covered

 

Fenced yards, look into Coyote Rollers for on top of your fence. They are highly effective predator deterrent and recommended by
the 
Human Society and many animal welfare organizations. 

Coyotes have an incredible sense of smell and keen hearing. They can smell urine and feces in your yard. Coyotes are opportunistic and will wait for an easy way to eat. You can prevent that by follow the above guidelines.

 

 

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Linda Bolon - Founder, Wildlife in Neighborhoods

Linda.Bolon@yahoo.com

623.202.1816

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