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Old 08-29-2019, 10:47 PM
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These popped up on my trail cams. Thinking maybe a couple of similar-looking dogs but not 100% sure
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Look like long haired GSD
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German Shepherds
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Dogs for sure.
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YEP...GSDs.
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I vote GSDs

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Dos chupacabras.
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No doubt dogs.
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Too heavy for coyotes. They are dogs
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couldn't be coydogs could they?
me no expert

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for comparison the internet says this is a black coydog
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the coydogs I'm familiar with have the hybrid vigor larger than their parents but retain the coyote coloring and coat they also have the coyote wariness and shamble...slink . these animals are heads up with a purpose, they have somewhere to be or are pursuing something, maybe a coyote.
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German Shepards
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Might be Belgian Malinois...
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Long-haired Chihuahuas with an overactive pituitary gland...
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Looks like lunch in some parts of my county.
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Too heavy for coyotes. They are dogs
Coyotes are often a lot bigger here in the east. 70+lbs on occasion.
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the coydogs I'm familiar with have the hybrid vigor larger than their parents but retain the coyote coloring and coat they also have the coyote wariness and shamble...slink . these animals are heads up with a purpose, they have somewhere to be or are pursuing something, maybe a coyote.
Seems like it could go either way. Perhaps it's just that coydogs that look mostly like coyotes are more readily identifiable as such than coydogs that look mostly like dogs.
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We'd have to see the snouts to determine if they might be coydogs. The image that Sailorsam posted shows a very distinct coyote snout.

I've never seen a coydog myself.

Here in Arizona, coyotes are always skinny runts who look half-starved. A 70 pounder would be a monster.
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I've never seen a coydog myself.
You very well may have and not known it. Here are some pictures of coydogs.
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Tails are carried in the typical GSD sickle shape, however that is probably not restricted to the GSD.
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