Coyotes (as I believe you are referring to) travel in groups of three or more. Their packs consist of mated pairs, their young, and sometimes transient coyotes. The size of their packs is based upon food availabilty and social tolerance amongst pack members.
To build on to what feathe918 has already stated, there are also hierarchy systems within coyote packs. Dominance of a pack is determined by competing fights between coyotes; they are fighting to be the alpha male. Alpha males continue to hold the title until they die.
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