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Dog Reportedly Attacked, Bitten By Two Coyotes In Easton

Westchester County experts say coyotes are more likely to be active during the spring after their pups are born.
Westchester County experts say coyotes are more likely to be active during the spring after their pups are born. Photo Credit: File

EASTON, Conn. — Two coyotes attacked a dog, which suffered to bite wounds to its back legs, an Easton resident told police.

The incident was reported at about 8:10 p.m. Oct. 27 in the area of Deepwood Road, police said.

The caller wanted neighbors to be aware of the coyotes in the area, police said.

In other animal-related calls, two residents reported seeing a bobcat walking near the road in the area of Fieldstone Drive on the afternoon of Oct. 25, police said.

And on Oct. 28, the Easton animal control officer removed a large snapping turtle from the roadway and put it into the woods, police said.

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