Coyote spotted in The Beach
There's been another coyote spotting in The Beach.
It was seen roaming through the front yards of homes on Hammersmith Avenue over the weekend. That is a high traffic area for owners and their pets.
Toronto Animal Services says we shouldn't be surprised to see more coyotes within the city because it is mating season and there are fewer places for them to hide due to the lack of greenery.
There are an estimated 1000 coyotes roaming Toronto city streets.
Only last Wednesday around 11 p.m. that another coyote attacked a small dog named "Cujo" in the backyard of a home that backs onto the Neville Park ravine. The owner had to put the dog down because of the injuries it sustained.
Toronto Animal Services says it should be called in if a coyote is spotted approaching other animals or people and showing aggression.