This coyote is gold in color.
It has no sabling, which is very much indicative of the genotype we see in domestic dogs.
One wonders if its coloration came from a dog– perhaps the same source as these white coyotes in Newfoundland.
Coyotes come in lots of different colors that have to have originated in domestic dogs.
But just because an animal has a little dog blood, doesn’t make it a hybrid.
These animals are overwhelmingly coyote in ancestry. It just means they have some dog in there somewhere.