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Name: Stephanie
Status: other
Age: other
Location: WA
Country: N/A
Date: 4/21/2005


Question:
I have a 4 pound Yorkie and have seen eagles and owls in our general area. I wondered if a reflective jogging armband with a flashing light in it might act as deterent. Would umbrellas scattered in the yard be a deterent. Any other ideas that might be a deterent.


Replies:
Hi Stehanie

i really have no idea what could be a deterent for the raptors, but i can recommend you very strongly to take a good care of your doggie. Yorks are small and i heard of many cases of these kind of savage birds attacking very fast and carrying small animals.

I am sure somebody will help you.

Good luck!



Mabel


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