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    Default Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    I thought this articles deserved a new headline following their unsuccessful attempt to defeat the Jacks.

    Coyote attempts to take second dog in Sioux Falls

    Of note:
    "Animal Control also recommends using "hazing" techniques to scare off coyotes, such as yelling, waving your arms, making loud noises like banging pots and pans, spraying the coyote with water and vinegar or throwing rocks or sticks."

    Better get my super soaker loaded up with vinegar, just in case!

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    Default Re: Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    They know they better not mess with Rabbits!

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    Default Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    I recommend a bow if you’re in town. Solve everyone’s problem.


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    Default Re: Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    It looks like SlapJack has his answer. They prefer pets to ice cream 🤣

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    Default Re: Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    Here are some things that people can yell to scare a male coyote out of their neighborhood:
    "The college dean wants you to call!"
    "The paternity test results are in!"
    "A little kid is here to collect the $100 he loaned you."
    This space for lease.

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    Default Re: Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacks-02 View Post
    I thought this articles deserved a new headline following their unsuccessful attempt to defeat the Jacks.

    Coyote attempts to take second dog in Sioux Falls
    Does this mean that the Yotes are in the camp of those that feel that Augie should join the MVFC so they can be competitive with at least one South Dakota football team?

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    Default Re: Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    "Let's go play football."

    Works everytime.

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    Default Re: Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacks-02 View Post
    I thought this articles deserved a new headline following their unsuccessful attempt to defeat the Jacks.

    Coyote attempts to take second dog in Sioux Falls

    Of note:
    "Animal Control also recommends using "hazing" techniques to scare off coyotes, such as yelling, waving your arms, making loud noises like banging pots and pans, spraying the coyote with water and vinegar or throwing rocks or sticks."

    Better get my super soaker loaded up with vinegar, just in case!
    Maybe this helps explain why the Yotes usually shih tzu their pants when they meet up with the Jacks.

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    Default Re: Coyotes Can't Catch Jackrabbits; Go For Household Pets Instead

    Quote Originally Posted by bigticket1 View Post
    Maybe this helps explain why the Yotes usually shih tzu their pants when they meet up with the Jacks.
    Too soon?
    "The most rewarding things you do in life, are often the ones that look like they cannot be done.” Arnold Palmer

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