Mountain lion barges into California home, drags dog outside: video

A mountain lion has been euthanized after it barged into a home in Sonoma County, California, and dragged out a woman's pet border collie by its neck last month.

A woman in Sonoma County, California, shared video showing a mountain lion standing over her dog in her backyard after she says the predator burst into her home and dragged her pup outside by its neck last month. 

Rebecca Kracker, of Bennett Valley, told FOX2 KTVU on Tuesday that she went to check on her border collie, Sherman, after she heard him yelping and growling.

To her shock, Kracker said she found a mountain lion inside her home with Sherman’s neck in its jaws.

Video she shared shows the mountain lion standing over Sherman in the backyard after the big cat dragged the dog outside.

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Rebecca Kracker shared video of a mountain lion standing over her dog.

Rebecca Kracker shared video of a mountain lion standing over her dog.
(Rebecca Kracker )

“She was bearing her teeth and hissing, and he had passed out from shock,” Kracker told the outlet. “I thought he was dead at that point.”

Sherman survived the attack, and Kracker said in a Facebook post that her neighbor arrived and scared the mountain lion away after firing a shot at it, missing the animal.

Kracker said the mountain lion somehow got into her home and dragged her border collie, Sherman, outside by its neck.

Kracker said the mountain lion somehow got into her home and dragged her border collie, Sherman, outside by its neck.
(Rebecca Kracker )

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However, the predator returned the following day, according to Kracker, this time to target two of her goats.

Kracker said Fish and Wildlife officials tracked down the mountain lion and euthanized it.

Kracker said Fish and Wildlife officials tracked down the mountain lion and euthanized it.
(Rebecca Kracker )

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Kracker said she notified state wildlife officials, who tracked down the big cat and euthanized the animal.

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