Cindy23323 wrote:Sorry but no, not any what so ever.
Coyotes CAN be domesticated.... After a fashion. NOT if you think they'll be like dogs. I have 4 coyote/collie coy dogs and 2 full blooded coyotes: 1 domestic bred and 1 from the wild as an orphaned pup. All of them are skittish and leary of strangers. The wild rescue interacts with only 3 people. He runs frantically from anyone else. Coyotes gravitate to the high spots around them. Like tables and countertops. They are wicked thieves and will grab almost anything they can reach. The prize is not treated kindly. My house yore eats remotes and throw pillows without end and without remorse. My house yote escaped once and it took 7 full weeks to trap him. If I hadn't he'd never have made it. He has epilepsy and craniotomy-facial deformities making him non-releasable. I can attest that coyote poop is the worst smelling poop EVER. worse than tiger or bear. Like foxes they pee on things to mark them.... Including my bed... Hence I keep it covered with a fitted waterproof cover. So if you accept all the eccentricities then yes. They can be domesticated. They will never ever act like dogs however. They're a challenge but I love them. Enough to put up with all the things that make them coyotes. They are definitely NOT NOT NOT for everyone. Only the stout of heart willing to live a spartan lifestyle to accommodate them. If anyone is thinking about getting one feel free to contact me for the full lowdown. Kioti@outlook.com