Barbara Sams considers her three dogs her family members and won’t even use the word “pets” when she talks about them.
Section 7 resident Marie Mooney was walking her two dogs behind her home near the 4th hole of the east course around 7:00 pm on Wednesday…..
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron As if we don’t have enough wildlife to contend with here in the Woodlands. Now we have aggressive raccoons. When I think about raccoons, I think about those furry little guys that get into our garbage and typically run away when they see a human. Not so, according to Section […]
As an animal lover who has had many exotic pets including a squirrel monkey, I have come to realize that every animal has its own unique habits, patterns and diets. During my first sixteen years of life I might have innocently welcomed a coyote cub as one of my outdoor exotic pets during my summers spent in the catskill mountains of upstate New York, after all, they looked like medium-sized dogs and definitely were on the unusual list.
It’s no fault of a gentle schnauzer dog that he keeps getting lost and winding up at his neighbors’ doorsteps. His owners have been repeatedly asked to get him a collar with identification after having a “Lost Pet” alert sent out about him through email or on Facebook.
A maintenance worker at the Woodlands Country Club discovered a cat that was left for dead on the 12th tee and saw a coyote in the vicinity.
Anyone who has seen or heard the latest news about the wild coyotes roaming around the Woodlands Country Club in Tamarac are led to believe that both children and pets are in grave danger of getting mauled by these animals lurking outside their homes.
Recently the Sun Sentinel and Channel 10 News were notified of a coyote problem when a pet owner believed a coyote had killed their cat.
The Woodlands Country Club was featured on Channel 10 News this evening in a story which featured one of our residents who recently lost his cat to a coyote
Section Seven Resident Steve Buck, who’s cat recently was killed by a coyote in the community showed a reporter from Channel 10 some of the traps he has set up around the community. Sherry Schleuter, with the Wildlife Care Center, who was also interviewed, also warned residents to discourage coyotes from getting too familiar with people by securing their garbage and throwing something at them to shoo them away.
Section 7 residents, Steve and Jackie Buck lost their cat Ricky on September 5 when he was found mauled by a coyote.
It’s turtle hatching season and we have plenty of them.