Water bottle? Check. iPod? Check. Laser-sighted .380 Ruger pistol loaded with hollow-point bullets? Check. It seems Texas’ outspoken governor, Rick Perry, has different requirements for his daily jog than most folks. On Tuesday, Perry revealed to the Associated Press that he went out on a run recently and ended up gunning down a coyote that he claimed was menacing his daughter’s dog. Perry set up the scene: "I'm enjoying the run when something catches my eye and it's this coyote. I know he knows I'm there. He never looks at me, he is laser-locked on that dog," the governor told the AP. "I holler and the coyote stopped. I holler again. By this time I had taken my weapon out and charged it. It is now staring dead at me. Either me or the dog are in imminent danger. I did the appropriate thing and sent it to where coyotes go," he said. Perry has a concealed weapons permit. He said the laser allowed him to make a clean kill and the animal didn’t suffer.