It is sad that such beautiful creatures are so maligned and misunderstood.Everyone should see this picture.
My present wolf-hybrid, His Exuberance Lord Tyee Houdini Wolff, loves nothing more than a tummy rub and hugs and kisses–unless it’s Dog Church, the Sunday dog park where he plays with 60 dogs and is the ideal canine diplomat and peace-builder.
miss his lordship.Cant wait to see you both
Aww…. Almost sent him back to you, Jen, while I transfer this sh–load of goodies to Coquitlam. Imagine moving furniture with a wolf by your side? They just don’t get it. “Pack Leader! What are you doing to the Den? I’m very worried….”
My Timber Wolf, Jakson (may he RIP) used to hug me. He was so very special! He even used to lick the tears running down my face until he made me smile. I love him still.
How did you get a wolf, Gayle? Did you rescue it?
Shelly Vogt – no Shelly, we bought Jakson from a licensed breeder when he was 24 days old so he’d establish a firm bond with the family (which he did). We had to get the wolf several licenses, build a special pen built to state specs & the game warden came yearly to inspect the pen, etc.
That’s really cool! They’re beautiful animals.
that is so cute.
THey are lovely til they gut and hamstring all your horses and eat your pets. They are wonderful in moderation, though.
Was that done by a wild pack? I understand the “wild” is still in those we struggle to domesticate. They are the most handsome of the canine family and I love hearing their howls.
Sometimes, I think animals have more love N their hearts, than humans.
Wolves are amazing animals and need to be heard more, if only people would listen.
such magnificant animals and so misunderstood.