Video shows moment eagle swoops down and grabs small dog out of BC yard

Global News published this video item, entitled “Video shows moment eagle swoops down and grabs small dog out of BC yard” – below is their description.

A recent close call between a small dog and a bald eagle was captured on camera. Coco, only eight months old, was on the deck of her home in Metlakatla, B.C., north of Prince Rupert on June 16.

All of a sudden, an eagle swooped down and grabbed her. Her owner, Justin Dudoward, captured it all on his doorbell camera.

The video shows the moment Coco was grabbed off her back porch, the sound of her yelping, and her sprint back to the porch after her escape.

He said they did not realize Coco was seriously injured as they saw only a few scrapes on her stomach.

However, the next morning they rushed her to the vet after noticing a more severe injury.

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