With no owner and no home, the dog had been living in the wild for what seemed like forever. And while he was constantly alert to danger, one day it was unavoidable. He had stumbled into a coyote pack’s territory, and they were closing in on this trespasser.
In 2016 Sarah Nace – an admin for the animal rescue group Lost Pets of Hudson Valley – spotted a stray dog. The animal had occasionally been seen running loose near the power lines of her home in Kingston, New York. There was something unusual about these sightings, however.
That’s because the stray wasn’t by himself. In fact, he had been observed running with a pack of wild coyotes – and this could make a rescue difficult. Nace then called in the report, and subsequently Buddha Dog Rescue & Recovery (BDRR) was asked for assistance.