A Kevlar vest? Yeah, maybe, I can understand. I might buy one for tracking or hiking if the dog seemed to need it. Probably not, but maybe in a bout of irrationality or in the midst of a week long bender.
Spiked collar? Seems a bit of fashion overkill when there is still plenty of neck for a coyote to use to drag this dog off or it will just find its trachea ripped out from below but, hey, I roll in a libertarian direction, who am I to judge?
"Coyote whiskers"? Alright, now you're going too far. I am calling the animal welfare people. No dog should be forced to wear that in public and definitely need to be taxed at a higher rate because you have too much disposable income.
The CoyoteZapper utilizes a dog training collar capable of delivering a painful shock. But instead of shocking your dog in the neck, it shocks the coyote in the mouth.
It works by attaching two strips of highly conductive fabric along the length of the CoyoteVest and connecting them to the shock module. The strips are attached to either side of the CoyoteVest in such a way that it is impossible for a larger dog to pick up your small dog without his mouth touching both of them at the same time. If you push the button on the remote to activate the shock module the voltage will be directed though the strips directly into the mouth of the attacker. The shock is harmless, but painful enough to make the attacker let go.
I can't even remember where I put the poop bags half the time, like I'll always have the remote zapper control.
I love that the maker feels the need to assure us that the shock is harmless to the coyote.
Is there a hidden camera? Is this, a skit from Portlandia?