these sites says throw rocks and make loud noises. I think the fog horn might be helpful with coyotes and bears, but not dogs. Maybe the coyote will eat that lady's dog! The sites all say that coyotes attack pets. Can you circulate a flyer that tells ppl to keep their dogs indoors b/c of a coyote in the area? Of course, they might just go out and get a bigger dog, thinking it will protect them. If you try the flyer, write on it that keeping pets of all sizes indoors is the only way to keep them safe. Pet food and water shouldn't be left out, either. That attracts the wild animals.
Keiki's Makuahine (Keiki's Mom) 50, dh 50
Keiki: b. 2002 after 3 months bedrest
Natural conception following ZIFT/chem. pg
Olivia: b. 1999 d. 1999
28-week preemie, ptl cause unknown
Natural conception after 1 mc
ttc since 1998