Our Wolf Clan....
Not Long ago, we acquired two Wolf Hybrid's that needed a loving and caring home, Cisco and Sif. Now Cisco wasn't as receptive to his new home as Sif was, but through love and patience, he is a playful and lovable guy. We have a total at this point of 12, with each day bringing more enjoyment to us from them...
As with any Wolf Hybrid (or Wolfdogs, as some have come to call them) they remain with their wild instincts, even though they gain a domestic lifestyle. Many persons purchase a Wolf-Hybrid puppy thinking that "Oh what a cute little puppy", but down the line, many of the wolf rescues are dealing with numerous adults because the cute little puppy grew into a larger animal with characteristics not of a dog. Mainly because they are not dogs. Yes they can be loving and loyal, playful and amusing like a dog, but they have their own behaviors unlike domesticated dogs.
So, if you find your self wanting one of these beautiful animals you need to ask yourself this.
These are many things to consider before you purchase a beautiful animal such as these.
My Husband and I have raised Wolf Hybrids with 15 years experience together and are currently enjoying Cisco and Sif, who at the time when we received her was pregnant and we had 11 little wolf cubs to share with those who are serious about raising this majestic animal.
If you are interested in animals such as these contact us. We will be looking for homes for these little bundles, but please consider dearly before you commit to such an animal. For they are not Dogs, even though they may act somewhat like a dog.