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Thomas Martin of Marshfield stroked Lucky, one of his two dogs that barely survived an attack by coyotes in October. ‘‘I used to let them roam free, but now they stay with me,’’ he said of his pets.
Thomas Martin of Marshfield stroked Lucky, one of his two dogs that barely survived an attack by coyotes in October. ‘‘I used to let them roam free, but now they stay with me,’’ he said of his pets. (Globe Staff Photo / Tom Herde) Globe Staff Photo / Tom Herde

Canine coexistence

Marshfield plans fenced park to keep dogs safe from coyotes

By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / December 19, 2004

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MARSHFIELD -- The fences will be high at the Marshfield Bark Park. They will have to be. The proposed dog-walking facility is Marshfield's $100,000 solution to the problem puzzling pet owners and others throughout Massachusetts: How to survive the packs of coyotes that have moved into town. (Full article: 902 words)

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