Authorites have issued a warning to the residents of the Bragg Creek after an injured cougar has recently killed six pet dogs."Caution. Please be aware, there is an injured cougar preying on dogs in the Wintergreen area near Bragg Creek," said Tosguna Tsuut'ina Nation Police Service in a Facebook posting."Fish and Wildlife are handling the situation. Traps have been set up in hopes of capturing the cougar before things escalate. Be aware of your surroundings and animals if you live in the area. Do not approach."Officials think only one cougar is involved in the attacks."Six over the last three months and this last week, there were three, which is why we've had to bring in Fish and Wildlife," Lucy Curtis with Bragg Creek Wild told CTV."(I) take extra precautions and keep (the dogs) as close as I can. I mean, really, that's all you can do is just be aware," said resident Matt Reeder.Officials are urging residents to keep their dogs on a leash, carry bear spray and at night, use a flashlight.Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Services (FWES) recently received two reports about two domestic dogs that were killed by a cougar in Mountain Lion Place, near Bragg Creek. The first report was received on Saturday, Oct. 21, and it’s believed that the dog was killed between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. that same day. On Wednesday, officers received a new report of a second dog killed the night before. FWES is aware of another four dogs that were reported to be killed by a cougar this year in the area.An officer has been on site and has set traps to capture the cougar. It’s important to note that the dogs were not contained to a yard or house and were free ranging in the area.Bragg Creek is 20 km west of Calgary.