[Market-farming] Coyote-Wolf Hybrids in Northeastern USA

Garth & Kim Travis gartht at txcyber.com
Tue Oct 6 12:39:30 EDT 2009

Interesting, but not really surprising,  I mean coyotes cross with dogs 
all the time.  So do wolves.  So, why shouldn't they cross with each 
other.  While I realize that wild coy-anything can be very dangerous and 
very smart, I will always love my companion of 11 years, my coydog.  She 
is probably the best companion animal I have ever had.  There is a good 
book out called Daily Coyote, about raising a wild coyote pup.  They do 
make good pets, but you must start with a very young pup, long before 
they are ready to be weaned.
Bright Blessings,

Pat Meadows wrote:
> I seem to remember a few listmembers here, including at least one in
> Western NY, telling of scary experiences with packs of *large* coyotes.
> I'm very sure they will be interested in this article from a Scientific
> American blog:
> http://www.scientificamerican.com/blog/60-second-science/post.cfm?id=wylie-coywolf-the-coyote-wolf-hybri-2009-09-23
> or
> http://tinyurl.com/kr2sf3
> Genetic proof makes it pretty definite.  

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