Coyotes have even been known to take doggy playmates, in fact, although it’s not established whether this was the case in Kingston. Regardless, BDRR concluded that since the stray wasn’t a wild dog, he would be happier with a human. Consequently, people in the organization set out to capture him.
Asher told The Dodo how they had attempted to bring the dog into BDRR’s care. “The first thing we needed to do was get the dog constantly coming back to a certain spot,” she explained. “We set up a feeding station monitored by a trail camera.”