Coyote-Dog hybrids, also known as Coydogs, are a rather rare occurrence but do occur naturally under the right circumstances. Coydogs tend to display physical characteristics and personality traits from both their wild and domesticated breed ancestry. They make after one side more than the other resulting in more Coyote characteristics or vice versa. While they are entirely different species (domesticated dogs are “canis lupus familiaris” and coyotes are “Canis Latrans”) it is possible for wolf-like canines such as dingoes, jackals, and coyotes to breed with domesticated dogs. Coydogs typically sport pointed upright ears, a long narrow muzzle, golden eyes, and thick double coats.