It’s been nearly five years since the first coyote, or “pigeon,” was spotted on the streets of the US.
Now, the first-ever “coyote tanning” process is set to begin in Wyoming.
According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the process involves the tanning of the animal’s fur with a special dye to make it look like a white horse’s.
The process involves putting a specially designed dye in the animal skin and using a laser to scan the fur using an infrared sensor.
When the process is completed, the animal will have been shaved into a tan.
The USFWS says the tan can last for four weeks, with a “significant increase in the body temperature”.
The process is expected to cost around $400,000, according to a statement from the agency.
The animal welfare group Cascadia Coyote Project (CCP) has expressed concerns about the process, and is currently working with the Wyoming Department of Agriculture and Wildlife to try and change the rules.
“We think this is a very poor idea and one that has a long-term impact on the welfare of the animals,” CCP executive director Joe Rennie told the ABC.
“It is completely unnecessary.
There are a lot of issues with it and we think that’s why it’s in such short supply.”
In a statement to the ABC, Wyoming State Agriculture and Fish Department spokeswoman Jessica Peltier said:”We are aware of this concern.
The tanning processes have been used for decades in Wyoming and the state has had them for many years.
The Department has a permit to process a permit for the tanneries, and they will use the process if it is approved.””
The process has been used to safely treat, clean and preserve a wide range of animals, including animals with a variety of health conditions.
Cody’s coat was a special coat that the tannery has been using for many, many years.”
According to Peltiers, it was the US Department of the Interior (DOI) that first approved the tan for use in Wyoming, but it has since been used in other states.
The Department of Interior also released a statement in May 2017 saying it was “confident” that the process would be safe for humans and animals.
“This process has a unique and high degree of safety, and there is a permit process that allows us to use this method to treat, groom and protect these animals,” DOI spokeswoman Sarah Brown told the US News and World Report.
“The use of this process is limited to individuals or families with proper permits, and we ask that individuals and families who wish to use the tan to treat their animals be mindful of the health and safety requirements.””
The use of this process is limited to individuals or families with proper permits, and we ask that individuals and families who wish to use the tan to treat their animals be mindful of the health and safety requirements.”