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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Nature Goddess, Nov 5, 2007.

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  2. trapered

    trapered New Member

    I caught a coyote last season with the same thing going on. It was a very long haired male, that was tri colored. It is the first one Ive ever seen with double dew claws, so I think it would be rare. Here in NY you never know what your coyotes are going to look like. Some are long haired, some have short nap, and all the colors of the rainbow.

  3. rebel

    rebel New Member

    sounds like coydogs to me
  4. trapered

    trapered New Member

    Yea coydogs, Thats what I thought. Our biologist here says wolf DNA in the norteast coyotes. I don't know but some are strange looking animals.
  5. choo choo charlie

    choo choo charlie I feel pretty good for the way I feel

    I caught several like that with the dew claws and double claws and not to long after that I caught a dog that had gone feral.
    The dog had at one time belonged to a man that lived close by and it was called a treeing tenneesee brindle, a coon dog and the double dew claws are almost standard in the breed.
  6. bulldog4949

    bulldog4949 "Mounting your Memories"

    def. a pretty one!! Great markings!!
  7. fursupplier

    fursupplier Guest

    What are the measurements on the tanned skin? Is it over 48" nose to base of tail, and over 4.5" nose to eye? What's the tail length, over 15" (root of tail to tip of hairs at end)?
    Where is wolfwoman... she is queen of knowledge on these things!
    Left side of the neck looks a little weak. Rest of the hide, very pretty.