29 thoughts on “Pet Wolf at home with dog

  1. Have enough respect and lack of greed to leave the wild to the wild. These amazing creatures do NOT belong to humans. I'm tired of this greedy virus called Homo sapien.

  2. What a big, magnificent lady (I think) Wolf that is. People never realize how big a Wolf is until they see one standing next to a dog like German Shepherd. They are HUGE. Even the females. And you cannot miss the long, narrow muzzle paired with the smallish eyes. I've had the great honor of interacting with a 100% Wolf at a sanctuary. She was just like any lovely dog as far as her friendly interaction with me. The way she would keenly follow me and others with her greatly focused eyes were incredible. The eyes are very different from a dog's, but you need to see one to understand. The eyes only look relatively small because the length of the face and head is so big. The highly elliptical shape is also unique from a dog's. They were absolutely incredible. The wolves I was around would also literally Stalk people with their heads low, until you spoke to them, after which the head and ears perked right up in a friendly gesture.

  3. Many people like to think that a wolf will just turn on you, or that it is extremely dangerous. However, wolves are pack oriented animals, and see you as a member of the pack. And wolves very rarely kill pack members. Wolves can make great companions if you know what you’re doing, and expose them to being around people while they’re young.

    Personally, I wouldn’t own a wolf unless there were special circumstances, because I believe they should be wild and free where they belong, but I’m not convinced they would be unhappy living in a home. Depending on the situation

  4. The stuff everywhere is hair. He just groomed them. They have an undercoat and you literally pull it out with a razor comb.

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