Aww what a sweetie! may I ask how you lost her?
Thank you all for your kind words.
Kitty, You can ask as I live through it every day and everynight when I hear the screams of the coyottes. Maybe someone can learn from my nightmare.
My daughter and I just took her out in the yard, it was 130 in the afternoon in brood daylight and I heard the coyoette scream followed by my daughters. There were 2 coyoettes, of course Roxy thought she was going to tear them up. They grabbed her as soon as I got there and didnt even have time to shake her as they do as I was running after them. Roxy was screaming so loud and as I chased them through the woods her screams became fainter and fainter and I lost them, could not keep up as I was still in my socks. It was a hoffific day, I will never forget. I had just had to fight an eagle off her her a few weeks prior to this. Which left her bleeding from talon marks. She only weighed 3 lbs. This is why my Zoey does not go out side unless on a leash and we use pee pads. I usede to never think I could have my dog peeing in the house. Now my husband takes her out on a leash to poop.
It was and still is a nightmare.