COYOTE ATTACKS on dogs aren’t slowing down. “Dog attacked by coyote” or “dog attacked by hawk” are headlines we see more often than we’d like.
Are these simply random, extremely rare events? Or is it something you should worry about for your Morkie?
More: hawk snatches dog!
Predator attacks: the unvarnished truth
Your Morkie could be killed in a matter of seconds if a predator decides to attack.
Typically, the predator is a coyote or large predatory bird like a hawk. It will carry away a little dog to a spot where they can dispatch the animal undisturbed.
Predators will often grip the neck of their prey with their jaws to suffocate the animal or break its neck. There are just seconds to intervene.
Puncture Resistant Kevlar® Pet Armor Deters Coyote Attacks
Give your Morkie a fighting chance
This vest deters a predator’s grip and bite with large metal spikes, while also protecting your pet’s most vulnerable areas, the neck and back, with Kevlar® insets.
Protective Kelvar Vest with Removable Spike Strips
And it's on sale
Predator Vest for Dogs
- deters a predator’s grip and bite with large metal spikes, while also protecting your pet’s most vulnerable areas, the neck and back, with Kevlar® insets
- tested to withstand the equivalent pressure from a coyote’s jaws
- comfortable, flexible for your dog
- detachable spike strips
- for protection against coyotes, foxes, wolves, and predatory birds such as hawks
made in the USA
In many human attack incidents, it turns out that the offending coyote was being fed by people.
Where to order
The Predator Vest is available at the website CoyoteVest website I’ve just put my order in because it’s something I’ve been meaning to get for a long time. We live in the country and now and then I’ll let my dog run off leash.