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#114 - ty based gruntmastr  [+] (1 new reply) 09/11/2014 on that hurt 0
#115 - gruntmastr (09/11/2014) [-]
The first time I got mentioned, thank you
#5 - thanks for the info  [+] (15 new replies) 09/11/2014 on found dog +1
#16 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
Tusura is very, VERY wrong.

Can you domesticate a coyote? Yes. Should you? No.
They do not make good pets - but they CAN be completely tame and safe to own, if you do so responsibly. I know hundreds of people with wolfdogs and pet wolves; and a few have coydogs and 100% full coyotes.

This is a pet coyote called Mercy owned by Desiree Wood. She was rescued as a small pup.
User avatar #29 - lolzordz (09/11/2014) [-]
if you can completely tame a coyote till its safe to own then I dont get why you say we shouldnt domesticate them?
User avatar #33 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
No worries, I can explain that too.

It is because, unlike dogs - coyotes and coydogs, just like wolves and wolfdogs, have NOT been selectively bred for thousands of years to make them good pets. They are still closely related to a wild animal.

Can they be raised to be completely disinclined to ever bite or attack someone? Yes.
But that doesn't mean a coyote, or coydog, or wolf or wolfdog, is not still what it is.

They can be pets, but they do not make "good dogs" because they are NOT dogs - not entirely, at least. That's why it is illegal to own them in some places.

Most require a specially built enclosure just to contain them - I can only describe it as "doggy Alkatraz"; with dig guards and climbing preventatives around the entire perimeter.
Wolfdogs and wolves will dig out, they climb, they can jump six foot fences and climb over nine foot walls.
A coyote is physically smaller, but a lot of the behaviors are the same; some are even more intense in spite of their size, which is why wolfdogs are FAR more commonly kept as exotic pets.

They are highly destructive. Chewing through drywall is one of their many talents, with others being demolishing just about anything, for any reason or for no reason at all.

They never "act" fully tame, even if they are raised to be non-aggressive. I have good friends with true mid and high-content wolfdogs. They walk on his counters, they even stand on top of his refrigerator! Coyotes and coydogs are of a similar nature.

Some can never be housebroken - it is not a natural thing for them to not be able to scent-mark their territory, and if you keep them indoors, your house is their territory.

Those reasons, among many others, are why you typically should not aspire to own one as a pet. They CAN be pets, but in comparison to even the "wildest" dog, they are pretty high-maintenance and not at all suitable for every average joe who wants to own a semi-wild animal as a pet.

Get a husky, malamute or german shepherd instead.
User avatar #34 - lolzordz (09/11/2014) [-]
pretty informative.. im from london so i never even seen a coyote before
#36 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
We've never had problems with them, but that's also because we don't let our cats roam freely, and we don't live far enough out in the country anymore - nor do we have any livestock.

We plan to build a chicken coop at some point, but our fencing should be adequate in this area. Back when we lived out in the middle of nowhere, I'd look out my window in the early morning hours and sometimes there was a coyote just skipping around out in the fields or near our yard, checking things out, hunting rodents in the wheat fields and so on.

You can bet if we had chickens or rabbits or free-roaming cats out there, they would have caused some problems. As far as tame ones though, I've never met one in person but the people who own them as pets are pretty fond of theirs.


This is another picture of Savvy, the one above, in her little carrying pouch. Turns out she's a pure coyote, not a coydog like I first thought.
User avatar #38 - lolzordz (09/11/2014) [-]
cats would be able to outrun coyotes no? or climb up out of their reach and shit
#40 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
Some cats might get lucky, or be clever enough to evade them; but a good number of outdoor cats are eaten by them every year. It's not at all uncommon. Most people despise the coyotes for it...but they're only doing what predators do. The real solution is to just keep your cats safely inside a house. You can enrich an indoor environment well enough to give them a very happy and fulfilling life without allowing them to risk being chased down and eaten.

This was the view outside my bedroom window when we lived out in the country. You can probably imagine, it was a coyote paradise.
#37 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
And one more, of Savvy in a pink dress.

They also have a video of them training her, just like a dog; she will sit, lie down, even spins in a circle on command. Unfortunately the privacy settings don't allow me to link it here, but if anyone wants to join a facebook group to see it, I can show it to them. : P
#39 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
And also Nova, who is a Coyote mixed with a Wolfdog. She was a rescue. As you can see, she's very vicious and not at all tame... ... yeah, right.
#17 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
They can not only be tamed, but also trained, much like a dog.

Coyote mix owned by Jami Craig, who recently posted this update:

"Savvy is working on a place command so she can be in my studio area while I'm working without her tether. Not surprisingly "go lay down" and "go to your mat" as far as behavior have been great....however we're at the stage of "does this count? how about this? what about this?"
So, for the past 10 minutes she's held her sit stay politely staring intently at the side of my head while taking the time to oh-so-carefully move each paw off the mat in turn to see how long it takes me to notice and tell her to get back on her mat...."
User avatar #8 - Tusura (09/11/2014) [-]
btw nautilus can go to hell, I hate that fucker. He always fucks up my combos
#32 - beroty (09/11/2014) [-]
don't talk shit about nautilus
#14 - kingarturi (09/11/2014) [-]
get wrecked
#18 - tacticalbacon (09/11/2014) [-]
Nautilis is best support, jungler and tank
User avatar #7 - Tusura (09/11/2014) [-]
np. I love canines.

My wife's grandpa's cat got eaten by a coyote during the 9 months I lived in Oklahoma, so I learned a bunch about them during that time.

Coyote's are territorial food hounds and that's about it.
They will eat just about any anything that is smaller than them.
#3 - can you domesticate a coyote?  [+] (23 new replies) 09/11/2014 on found dog +5
User avatar #6 - fireairshot (09/11/2014) [-]
They're also one of the most annoying pests in the universe if you own pets or chickens. I've ended many a coyote for fucking with my hens.
User avatar #4 - Tusura (09/11/2014) [-]
No you can not.

If coyote's could be domesticated, they would have been already.

Coyotes are basically the retarded dog of the animal kingdom that only thinks about where to get it's next meal.
User avatar #24 - ieatbengay (09/11/2014) [-]
any animal can be domesticated
User avatar #22 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
Unfortunately you're right about them posing a real pest problem. Without other natural predators (who are less prone to preying on pets, livestock and trash) to keep their territory in check, they tend to overpopulate and many are not very people-shy.

Here in California, we have eradicated every last wolf in the last hundred years - and as such, we no longer have a "wolf problem"...we have coyotes in abundance. Wolves are seldom if ever a threat to humans (no records of wolf attacks on a human except by rabid wolves) and in comparison to most predators, they actually go after livestock very rarely, making up only a small percentage of annual livestock death.

Best of all, they keep coyotes in check by limiting their space, their food supply, and thus, their population. Without wolves, our state is kind of crawling with coyotes - it's a common thing for them to nab cats, small dogs and sometimes even go after children in the country and more rural areas.

Coyotes do not live in packs, but they form them to hunt. They are not stupid at all, but they're not very fearful compared to most wild animals and it leads to a lot of unpleasant encounters with them.

As for being viewed as worthless scavengers, that is ridiculous. Any creature that eats meat WILL scavenge; it would be insane for them to turn down a readily available meal that requires little to no energy or risk to consume.
That means wolves, leopards, tigers, even the noble lion all frequently scavenge just as much as, or more than any coyote, or hyena for that matter.

As I mentioned previously, they CAN be tamed and kept as pets; if raised that way from a young age, especially if bottle-fed as newborns, so your statement was incorrect in that regard -- see my other comments for more information.
However, it should not be attempted by anyone who has not done extensive research, and only by those prepared to accommodate the special needs of an exotic pet.


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#42 - divermansam (09/11/2014) [-]
Thanks for the explanation dawg.
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User avatar #31 - beroty (09/11/2014) [-]
ty based Dember
User avatar #5 - beroty (09/11/2014) [-]
thanks for the info
#16 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
Tusura is very, VERY wrong.

Can you domesticate a coyote? Yes. Should you? No.
They do not make good pets - but they CAN be completely tame and safe to own, if you do so responsibly. I know hundreds of people with wolfdogs and pet wolves; and a few have coydogs and 100% full coyotes.

This is a pet coyote called Mercy owned by Desiree Wood. She was rescued as a small pup.
User avatar #29 - lolzordz (09/11/2014) [-]
if you can completely tame a coyote till its safe to own then I dont get why you say we shouldnt domesticate them?
User avatar #33 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
No worries, I can explain that too.

It is because, unlike dogs - coyotes and coydogs, just like wolves and wolfdogs, have NOT been selectively bred for thousands of years to make them good pets. They are still closely related to a wild animal.

Can they be raised to be completely disinclined to ever bite or attack someone? Yes.
But that doesn't mean a coyote, or coydog, or wolf or wolfdog, is not still what it is.

They can be pets, but they do not make "good dogs" because they are NOT dogs - not entirely, at least. That's why it is illegal to own them in some places.

Most require a specially built enclosure just to contain them - I can only describe it as "doggy Alkatraz"; with dig guards and climbing preventatives around the entire perimeter.
Wolfdogs and wolves will dig out, they climb, they can jump six foot fences and climb over nine foot walls.
A coyote is physically smaller, but a lot of the behaviors are the same; some are even more intense in spite of their size, which is why wolfdogs are FAR more commonly kept as exotic pets.

They are highly destructive. Chewing through drywall is one of their many talents, with others being demolishing just about anything, for any reason or for no reason at all.

They never "act" fully tame, even if they are raised to be non-aggressive. I have good friends with true mid and high-content wolfdogs. They walk on his counters, they even stand on top of his refrigerator! Coyotes and coydogs are of a similar nature.

Some can never be housebroken - it is not a natural thing for them to not be able to scent-mark their territory, and if you keep them indoors, your house is their territory.

Those reasons, among many others, are why you typically should not aspire to own one as a pet. They CAN be pets, but in comparison to even the "wildest" dog, they are pretty high-maintenance and not at all suitable for every average joe who wants to own a semi-wild animal as a pet.

Get a husky, malamute or german shepherd instead.
User avatar #34 - lolzordz (09/11/2014) [-]
pretty informative.. im from london so i never even seen a coyote before
#36 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
We've never had problems with them, but that's also because we don't let our cats roam freely, and we don't live far enough out in the country anymore - nor do we have any livestock.

We plan to build a chicken coop at some point, but our fencing should be adequate in this area. Back when we lived out in the middle of nowhere, I'd look out my window in the early morning hours and sometimes there was a coyote just skipping around out in the fields or near our yard, checking things out, hunting rodents in the wheat fields and so on.

You can bet if we had chickens or rabbits or free-roaming cats out there, they would have caused some problems. As far as tame ones though, I've never met one in person but the people who own them as pets are pretty fond of theirs.


This is another picture of Savvy, the one above, in her little carrying pouch. Turns out she's a pure coyote, not a coydog like I first thought.
User avatar #38 - lolzordz (09/11/2014) [-]
cats would be able to outrun coyotes no? or climb up out of their reach and shit
#40 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
Some cats might get lucky, or be clever enough to evade them; but a good number of outdoor cats are eaten by them every year. It's not at all uncommon. Most people despise the coyotes for it...but they're only doing what predators do. The real solution is to just keep your cats safely inside a house. You can enrich an indoor environment well enough to give them a very happy and fulfilling life without allowing them to risk being chased down and eaten.

This was the view outside my bedroom window when we lived out in the country. You can probably imagine, it was a coyote paradise.
#37 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
And one more, of Savvy in a pink dress.

They also have a video of them training her, just like a dog; she will sit, lie down, even spins in a circle on command. Unfortunately the privacy settings don't allow me to link it here, but if anyone wants to join a facebook group to see it, I can show it to them. : P
#39 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
And also Nova, who is a Coyote mixed with a Wolfdog. She was a rescue. As you can see, she's very vicious and not at all tame... ... yeah, right.
#17 - Dember (09/11/2014) [-]
They can not only be tamed, but also trained, much like a dog.

Coyote mix owned by Jami Craig, who recently posted this update:

"Savvy is working on a place command so she can be in my studio area while I'm working without her tether. Not surprisingly "go lay down" and "go to your mat" as far as behavior have been great....however we're at the stage of "does this count? how about this? what about this?"
So, for the past 10 minutes she's held her sit stay politely staring intently at the side of my head while taking the time to oh-so-carefully move each paw off the mat in turn to see how long it takes me to notice and tell her to get back on her mat...."
User avatar #8 - Tusura (09/11/2014) [-]
btw nautilus can go to hell, I hate that fucker. He always fucks up my combos
#32 - beroty (09/11/2014) [-]
don't talk shit about nautilus
#14 - kingarturi (09/11/2014) [-]
get wrecked
#18 - tacticalbacon (09/11/2014) [-]
Nautilis is best support, jungler and tank
User avatar #7 - Tusura (09/11/2014) [-]
np. I love canines.

My wife's grandpa's cat got eaten by a coyote during the 9 months I lived in Oklahoma, so I learned a bunch about them during that time.

Coyote's are territorial food hounds and that's about it.
They will eat just about any anything that is smaller than them.
#31 - i'm still waiting for the explosion on the background  [+] (3 new replies) 09/11/2014 on that hurt +4
#57 - gruntmastr (09/11/2014) [-]
Ask, and you shall receive
User avatar #114 - beroty (09/11/2014) [-]
ty based gruntmastr
#115 - gruntmastr (09/11/2014) [-]
The first time I got mentioned, thank you
#162 - you were right i'm sorry for not believing in you i'm sorry 09/10/2014 on The Stoic Orc saga 3 +1
#24 - so,this is the new season of boku no pico?  [+] (2 new replies) 09/10/2014 on poor boy +119
#86 - cossackwhoop (09/10/2014) [-]
#68 - madmanransom (09/10/2014) [-]
#104 - welp,at least it's OC 09/09/2014 on Pavlov´s WC Q 0
#1051560 - what trubbles u bring nao? 09/08/2014 on Video Games Board - console... +1
#5 - oh hey,it's tardaasa i missed these comics  [+] (3 new replies) 09/08/2014 on Pavlov´s WC Q +27
User avatar #78 - kimilsung (09/09/2014) [-]
Then you're a faggot with no sense of humor sorry.
User avatar #104 - beroty (09/09/2014) [-]
welp,at least it's OC
#72 - xxxsonic fanxxx (09/09/2014) [-]
I didn't...
At least this one is not a sexual reference like they used to be
#98 - what does y/w stand for?  [+] (1 new reply) 09/08/2014 on Cyanide and Happiness 0
User avatar #99 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
you wanka

you're welcome
#95 - alright them,thanks for explaining the situation  [+] (3 new replies) 09/08/2014 on Cyanide and Happiness 0
User avatar #96 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
REKT³ y/w
User avatar #98 - beroty (09/08/2014) [-]
what does y/w stand for?
User avatar #99 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
you wanka

you're welcome
#246 - Picture 09/08/2014 on Animation so much better... 0
#93 - hmm... welp,and what about oatmeal? they're still mad …  [+] (5 new replies) 09/08/2014 on Cyanide and Happiness 0
User avatar #94 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
You can post anything, if they put it on the internet they can't restrict who uses it.
As long as someone doesn't claim it as their own.
User avatar #95 - beroty (09/08/2014) [-]
alright them,thanks for explaining the situation
User avatar #96 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
REKT³ y/w
User avatar #98 - beroty (09/08/2014) [-]
what does y/w stand for?
User avatar #99 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
you wanka

you're welcome
#6 - both Oatmeal and C&H don't want their comics on FJ  [+] (1 new reply) 09/07/2014 on Cyanide and Happiness +32
#1 - oh boy,this isn't going to end well  [+] (13 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Cyanide and Happiness +202
User avatar #88 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
You're allowed to post it
they just don't like it.
They can file complaints but they don't really have a reason since their watermark is shown.
User avatar #93 - beroty (09/08/2014) [-]
hmm...
welp,and what about oatmeal?
they're still mad about the mom with a bear stuff?
User avatar #94 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
You can post anything, if they put it on the internet they can't restrict who uses it.
As long as someone doesn't claim it as their own.
User avatar #95 - beroty (09/08/2014) [-]
alright them,thanks for explaining the situation
User avatar #96 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
REKT³ y/w
User avatar #98 - beroty (09/08/2014) [-]
what does y/w stand for?
User avatar #99 - finblob (09/08/2014) [-]
you wanka

you're welcome
User avatar #5 - keeperman (09/07/2014) [-]
its cyanide and happiness not oatmeal
User avatar #36 - myfourthaccount (09/08/2014) [-]
you haven't been here very long have you?
User avatar #89 - keeperman (09/08/2014) [-]
i have been here a year
User avatar #97 - myfourthaccount (09/08/2014) [-]
yeah the whole C&H conflict happened wayy long before that, so I don't blame you
User avatar #6 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
both Oatmeal and C&H don't want their comics on FJ
#5 - where's the animation?  [+] (4 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Animation so much better... +456
#173 - xxxsonic fanxxx (09/08/2014) [-]
beware the depths
#246 - beroty (09/08/2014) [-]
#7 - rallen (09/07/2014) [-]
Scroll real fast and it looks like those old film tapes.
#10 - sandpounder (09/07/2014) [-]
#1050433 - i'll try this 09/07/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1050432 - alright them... seems like i'll have to stick with PoE the… 09/07/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1050422 - ain't that some **** ?  [+] (4 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1050429 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
Afraid I've never dealt with region lock for a game, so I can't help you there.
User avatar #1050432 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
alright them...
seems like i'll have to stick with PoE them
thanks for the help anyway
User avatar #1050431 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
If you don't care about playing solo, you can just load up a VPN and play it.
Heres one if you want to: www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/brazil-vpn
User avatar #1050433 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
i'll try this
#1050421 - the game doesn't even apper on steam's list  [+] (5 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1050422 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
ain't that some shit?
#1050429 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
Afraid I've never dealt with region lock for a game, so I can't help you there.
User avatar #1050432 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
alright them...
seems like i'll have to stick with PoE them
thanks for the help anyway
User avatar #1050431 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
If you don't care about playing solo, you can just load up a VPN and play it.
Heres one if you want to: www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/brazil-vpn
User avatar #1050433 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
i'll try this
#1050418 - welp,my job is making me live in Brazil for a while  [+] (7 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1050419 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure if you download it from steam, the launcher has you choose the server to connect to. If that doesn't work, try proxying to a US server, since if you want to play online, the game is hosted locally
#1050421 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
the game doesn't even apper on steam's list
#1050422 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
ain't that some shit?
#1050429 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
Afraid I've never dealt with region lock for a game, so I can't help you there.
User avatar #1050432 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
alright them...
seems like i'll have to stick with PoE them
thanks for the help anyway
User avatar #1050431 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
If you don't care about playing solo, you can just load up a VPN and play it.
Heres one if you want to: www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/brazil-vpn
User avatar #1050433 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
i'll try this
#1050416 - yup,can't play the game  [+] (9 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1050417 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
Where from
User avatar #1050418 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
welp,my job is making me live in Brazil for a while
User avatar #1050419 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure if you download it from steam, the launcher has you choose the server to connect to. If that doesn't work, try proxying to a US server, since if you want to play online, the game is hosted locally
#1050421 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
the game doesn't even apper on steam's list
#1050422 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
ain't that some shit?
#1050429 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
Afraid I've never dealt with region lock for a game, so I can't help you there.
User avatar #1050432 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
alright them...
seems like i'll have to stick with PoE them
thanks for the help anyway
User avatar #1050431 - bendeman (09/07/2014) [-]
If you don't care about playing solo, you can just load up a VPN and play it.
Heres one if you want to: www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/brazil-vpn
User avatar #1050433 - beroty (09/07/2014) [-]
i'll try this
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#17 - venomousvalentine ONLINE (08/28/2014) [-]
Beware the depths
#18 to #17 - beroty (08/28/2014) [-]
Do you hear them calling?
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You are in the deep end now.
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i'm sorry
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alright then darling
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#16 to #15 - hellscythe (08/23/2014) [-]
"my anchor isnt the only thing weighing me down" -Nautilus pick up line
#9 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/31/2013) [-]
Why did you thumb me down faggot???
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