Rottweiler rescues little dog from coyote’s mouth (video)

Kind of a scary video, except that it ends quite well.

A woman’s Dachshund-Chihuaha mix, Trixxie, is tied up outside and attacked by a coyote, that then tries to carry the little dog away for breakfast.

All of a sudden, the neighbor’s Rottweiler comes out of nowhere, attacks the coyote, and saves the little dog.


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9 Responses to “Rottweiler rescues little dog from coyote’s mouth (video)”

  1. rmthunter says:

    Because people in cities — even in suburban areas — don’t think about things like coyotes.

    I worked on the restoration of a nature reserve in Lincoln Park a few summers ago; it’s surrounded by a chain link fence — to keep coyotes out. This is a park with Lake Michigan on one side and several miles of city on the other, and we still have to take precautions against coyotes.

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  3. tamarz says:

    The Rottweiler must consider the little dog part of his/her pack. Lucky for the little dog.
    Coyotes have adapted quite nicely to urban areas because of all the lovely and very available snacks (small dogs, cats).

  4. milli2 says:

    Those dogs each deserve a steak.

  5. Indigo says:

    Good dog!

  6. UncleBucky says:

    Why was an animal TIED UP? There are coyotes EVEN in residential neighbourhoods of Chicago. Don’t even put infants, small kids, or even goldfish outside. IT’S NOT THE FREAKING GARDEN OF EDEN!!!

  7. I’ve actualy been telling my mom this, since we have coyotoes in the neighborhood back home.

  8. pricknick says:

    The real lesson here is, you don’t tie up a dog unless it’s attached to your hand.
    Our dogs, cats, and other creatures we domesticate, should be considered as family. The coyote is doing exactly what is natural. For it’s family.

  9. zerosumgame0005 says:

    go ROTTIE!

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