Keep an eye out when you’re out walking your dog. Jason Clay with the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife says coyote breeding season is getting underway, and the animals are more active and territorial than usual. If you do see a coyote tracking you, you can scare if off by making lots of noise and making yourself look big. If you know of any spots where coyotes may be living too close to humans, call wildlife officials to deal with them. Meanwhile, The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office and CPW are warning about pets being attacked by mountain lions just west of Glenwood Springs. CPW tells KKCO there have been several attacks over the past few weeks, one resulting in the pet’s death.