BOULDER, Colo. — The Boulder Police Department is searching for the owners of a stray dog that was attacked by a coyote.
The dog was found next to Foothills Parkway and Arapahoe Avenue Tuesday with significant puncture wounds. Boulder PD said the Humane Society of Boulder Valley believes he was attacked by a coyote about a week ago.
Thankfully, the dog is expected to make a full recovery. However, he is looking at a 120-day quarantine unless his owners come forward to say if he’s been vaccinated for rabies.
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This stray dog was found injured next to Foothills and Arapahoe yesterday and had significant puncture wounds. The vet at the @HumaneBoulder believes he was attacked by a coyote about a week ago.
Though he is expected to make a full recovery, he is looking at… pic.twitter.com/u6iqrJaaw6
— Boulder Police Dept. (@boulderpolice) March 29, 2023
Boulder police described him as an intact “young pup” with white and tan coloring. He is possibly a pyrenees/ labrador mix. He was found without a color or microchip.
If you recognize the dog, call the Boulder PD Animal Protection team at 303-441-1874.
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