https://london.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1386411 Sorry, can't edit out the commercial.... Hope this clip shows this coyote attack info from this week. Poor puppy! It's a really nice area where this family lives, lots of emphasis on natural areas spared from construction (Warbler woods) and near Springbank Park which is a sprawling riverside park full of wildlife. But this is becoming common here! Something needs to be done. I have a friend I used to join for morning walks, he goes farther than I do, and part of his walk takes him through a local cemetery, which backs onto a small Wooded lot (which has a public school on the other side...yikes) and he tells me he sees coyotes there all the time. He sees them skulking on the fringe of the trees, and they follow him and his dog Doc. One of the Clerks from work said he encountered a pack of them near a railroad track near our work. They didn't attack, but they were very interested in him. And a few years ago, they wiped out the goose and duck nest area along a stream near me. They killed everything...a really depressing spring. I get it that they are a top predator and that there is a balance in nature, but this lady is right, small children and even larger pets like my Mastiff may be next unless they bring in a cull. They aren't afraid of us anymore and sooner or later Someone is going to die. Add to that that local populations are now (according to a program I saw with Dr. Suzuki) Coy-wolves....larger and more deadly, we need answers, not more troubling journalism. If you hit search on CTV, you'll see several other incidents.