The coyote (Canis latrans) is a mid-sized predator native to Colorado and common all over the region, including urban areas. These wiley, highly adaptable canines (dogs) have greatly expanded their range since colonial times, and now occupy all 48 contiguous states. Historically they’ve been a serious predator on livestock, but now they are also a serious threat to pets (dogs and cats) and, in some cases, even humans. Though methods of control have been severely restricted in recent years, we are still able to resolve or significantly reduce most human-coyote conflicts, both in rural (agricultural) and urban/suburban settings.
We’ll have more information about coyote biology, problems they cause and solutions we provide coming soon. In the meantime, if you have a coyote problem, call us at 719-636-1014 for an assessment and prices.