RAW VIDEO: Dog chases bear from garden
Raw confidence camera footage of a dog chasing a bear from a homeowner’s garden in New Jersey.
A New Jersey dog has been betrothed a beef after a intrepid puppy chased an intruding black bear from a neighbor’s backyard this week.
Mark Stinziano, of West Milford, held a confront on a home confidence camera Tuesday night when a bear motionless to raid a bird tributary set adult behind his house.
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The bear pulls down a tributary and is enjoying a break when a neighbor’s dog, Riley, dashes into a yard, a video shows. Riley crashes into a dismayed bear, that scrambles to escape.
Black bears are captivated to odors from power food sources, including garbage, pet food, birdseed and tiny livestock, according to a New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife. Bears will learn to associate people with food even if they are fed unintentionally by rubbish or food equipment left outside.
It is bootleg to feed bears in New Jersey, according to wildlife officials. (iStock)
These bears might turn assertive toward people and have to be trapped or even killed, a group says. It is bootleg to feed bears in New Jersey. Offenders can face a $1,000 fine.
Riley’s owner, Alan Tlusty, told WABC-TV that his dog has chased bears out of a yard before, though never with such intensity. And now a adventurous dog is removing a prerogative for a intervention.
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“My neighbor’s dog is removing a beef cooking subsequent time we see him,” Stinziano wrote on Facebook. “He is an overwhelming puppy that comes to check on a kids from time to time. Now he is gripping them safe!”
“Riley-1 Bear-0,” he added.