th or 7th month.
The pup/juvenile age class makes up the first year of life and the transition to adult teeth is completed by the 6
By 12 months old, the start of the yearling age class, coyotes are sexually mature and can theoretically reproduce, although this obviously requires a mate as well as possession of an exclusive territory. A yearling’s teeth show no visible tartar or wear on the incisors and canines.
Young adulthood makes up years 3 to 5 of a coyote’s life. Some tartar begins to appear on the teeth and the incisors and canines are now slightly worn. The older adult age class is reached at the age of 5 and the teeth now show heavy tarter and wear. Some teeth might be worn down to the gum line or actually missing.
The teeth will continue to deteriorate as the coyote ages; however most coyotes usually don’t live this long.