Coyotes For Sale



Coyotes are built for endurance hunting. They may be slower than the prey they are chasing over short distances but they have superior endurance over long distances. They can travel up to 10 miles each day looking for food. You will find them in hunting packs that will help the coyote to have an advantage when hunting deer and other larger animals. Coyotes are omnivorous in nature, they eat both plants and meat. Coyotes can weigh from 20-50 lbs.

Sweet Intact Male Coyote Puppy

  • Price: $400.00
  • Name: Elizabeth
  • Posted: 07/28/2021
  • Phone: 8655488682
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee

Hi! I have a 12 week old Coyote boy who has not been neutered yet. He is sweet but requires more work and training than we are able to give him right now. He is captive bred and comes with all of his papers. Please call or text me at 865-548-8682. Mu...

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Domesticated for many generations...coyote pups..excepting deposits

  • Price: $650.00
  • Name: Jessie
  • Posted: 05/26/2021
  • Phone: 9375545898
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Ohio

Domesticated for many generations...Coyote pups accepting deposits...pups are almost 4 weeks old..once they go to the vet and get a health check, first vaccine and wormed 3x before being rehomed...First is of this year's litter, Mom,Dad and other pic...

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Coyote pups

  • Price: $300.00
  • Name: DUSTIN
  • Posted: 05/10/2021
  • Phone: 2188416555
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Minnesota

3 week old coyote pups, on the bottle. USDA and MN game farm licensed.

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Housing a coyote

The best cage design for coyotes is one that is circular. A cage with corners will give a spot for one coyote to aggressively corner another. Also they will try to climb and jump in corners. The coyote is a climber and can climb a chain-linked fence. You will need to have an enclosed top or an overhanging climb barrier that is a chain-linked section that is about 3 feet wide and is set at an inward and upward angle of 40 degree. They will try to dig out so you will need to lay wire horizontally about 1 foot underground and 3 feet out to prevent them from escaping.

For housing outdoors in the winter you will need to have available for them to access is a dry sheltered area that will protect them from rain, wind, sun and extreme cold. A shelter area should be provided for each coyote. Straw should be spread on the floor of the shelter to provide a dry bedding that can be easily cleaned. You can use a heated water bowl to provide clean drinking water at all times.

For housing outdoors in the summer you will need to provide shade for each coyote so they can get out of the summer heat. You can also provide a shallow pond or pool for them to cool down in when needed. Make sure the water level is safe for small pups if any are present. They will also need to have access to clean cool drinking water at all times.

Coyotes in captivity can be fed a base diet of a high quality dry dog food along with fruits, vegetables and whole mice, rats quail and day old chicks. Raw meat, bones and whole or partial carcasses can be feed periodically. Clean water needs to be provided at all times for drinking.

Vaccinations that you should have administered is for rabies, parvo virus, canine distemper, leptospirosis and corona virus.


  • Squidward on April 7
    How do you think we have domestic dogs today?? I'll tell you why, BY CATCHING WOLVES/COYOTES AND BREEDING THEM.
  • Vivian on March 20
    Mary Dorazio, you’re here on a site dedicated to exotic pets. Complaining about their existence and repeating the tired and ignorant old “wild animals should be wild” dogma isn’t going to go over well on here. Besides, there’s nothing wrong with keeping a coyote or coydog if you have the means to take care of them properly and have done your research before acquiring one. There’s nothing special about a coyote that prohibits them from doing well in captivity with the proper care. Their mental and physical needs aren’t impossible to meet. The only issue with them are the laws surrounding coyote ownership. Coydogs and pure coyotes are even less commonly legal than wolfdogs. You often need difficult to obtain licensing in order to keep one legally. This severely limits their ownership and ensures that only those who are dedicated enough to be right for a coyote can get one. Or the person must be a zoo or educator in places where keeping coyotes as pets is illegal.
  • roy_463 on March 15
    I know coyotes are not savages its just that they are wild animals so they are unpredictable sophie!
  • John doe on February 17
    Coyotes are wild animals how dare you keep them! I only keep domesticated animals like lizards, tarantulas, parrots, saltwater and freshwater fish, snakes, and other reptiles.
  • Mary Devonshire on December 24
    A friend of mine has a half-coyote half-pit-bull dog. It is easily one of the most beautiful, gentle, intelligent and well-trained dogs I have ever seen. Go figure. He's solid black with a short coat and looks like a tiny Egyptian Anubis. His breeding was an accident as my friend's son left his pitbull female outside where she was bred to a wild coyote. After the pups came, and found to be absolutely wonderful, everyone was like "can you do that again, because I want one!" I personally think that coyotes, like any other canine, can be domesticated with proper training. They are just wild dogs.
  • roy_463 on December 5
    Aaron woodruff coyotes should not be pets cause there not domestic animals
  • roy_463 on December 5
    dude coyotes are wild animals and shoulde not be pets! when I am older I am going to buy all these animals so I can se them free
  • Cyrus on December 4
    What the heck are these comments? Puke face? Really? People can have their opinions, and mine is: Coyotes are wild animals and should NOT be kept as pets unless you are an expert on their behavior. So, if you want to get a Coyote, maybe you should do more research and think about everything that could go wrong.
  • Armond Harper on December 3
    I love and want a coyote .
  • Dana on November 21
    To Mary Dorazio: You are an ill informed lady. I had a 1/2 Coyote, Corgi, Blue Healer, for 14 years. Got him off of the Rez, in 🇨🇦 Gussy was the best friend you could ever have. I would have another, over a domestic dog any day. So, puke face, shut your pie hole! You know nothing! Perhaps you should get one. The poor guy, would probably run away, from someone that “knows it all! “ you’d scare him away! Cheers from 🇨🇦
  • Sophie on November 7
  • Aaron Woodruff on September 11
    coyotes are beautiful animals that should be pets.mary dorazio is a virus and a puke face.
  • Dustin Fraliex on September 11
    just curious about getting a coyote
  • Mary Dorazio on August 8
    Coyotes are wild animals. People that sell coyotes are nothing but a virus. Idiots.