A neighbor says his dog was attacked twice by raccoons while they were on walks recently near the college.
The Seattle Times reports the college also hired a pest control company, which has trapped one raccoon.
The state Fish and Wildlife Department says the best way to avoid making raccoons aggressive is not to feed them or to leave pet food or garbage out where they might eat it.
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