I lost two of my chickens to what I believe is a raccoon last summer. A couple nights ago my dad was taking out our dog and saw a figure about the size of a raccoon run away from my coop. For Christmas I got a Nite Guard*, so I have that, but it only works for one side of the coop. It is pointing out into the woods, where the raccoons are most likely to come from. I plan on adding some hasp latches to my doors, with old dog clips (the kind on a leash you use to attach it to the dogs collar) to keep them shut. I may also use some other clips, that would be hard for a raccoon to open. What I am going to do, is tell you both what I am planing on adding, and what I already have: HAVE: -Nite Guard on nesting box side pointing into woods -Barrel latch on door leading to run -Barrel latch on door leading outside -Two barrel latches on big door used to clean out coop -Hasp latch and a clip on nesting box, along with a fitted wood covering to protect the nesting box lid to any predators that might scratch or bite it -Chicken wire run, semi-rusty though. Raccoon could prob. get in there. Has a Hasp latch along with a clip to the run door. ADDING: -Nite Guard to some other sides? (I need help to figure how many to get, and where I should put them all) -Hasp latch and clip on door leading to run -Hasp latch and clip on door leading outside -One or two hasp latches with clip(s) on big door used to clean out coop -Possibly a electric fence, or the similar, around my coop+run I would like you guys to tell me if there is anything wrong with this, and what it is, and also what else I could do to improve. Any ideas you like please tell me. I don't have a lot of money to use, just what money I can gather from Christmas, and such, and from my baby sitting jobs. *A Nite Guard is a box that flashes a red light all night long, which can scare predators away from up to 1/4 a mile away. Note: I have another coop, that I am not using yet, but I am going to put close to my other coop. I would like to figure how to use the night guards the best way. Here is a picture for you to get a feel of what my coop looks like: (There aren't as many chickens any more as in the picture, don't worry.