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Bigpaws_Bear

Esteemed Citizen of ZV
Good looking pack you got there! Sorry to hear that they have passed. Many good memories though, right?
Oh yeah, definitely. the wolfdogs and I clocked 16 years together. Buttons was a fixed female, and abandoned by her former owner. so I took her in & she too become "one of the boys". lol Baxter was the last to join, he was a craigs'list dog. Bit me on the day I went to pick him up. fell in luv right then & there. if he was ballsy enough to bite me, wait till he gets home & meets the rest of "the pack". (evil laughter)

it went as expected & after 2 weeks a proper pecking order was established.
 

Shepherd1919

Zooville Settler
Oh yeah, definitely. the wolfdogs and I clocked 16 years together. Buttons was a fixed female, and abandoned by her former owner. so I took her in & she too become "one of the boys". lol Baxter was the last to join, he was a craigs'list dog. Bit me on the day I went to pick him up. fell in luv right then & there. if he was ballsy enough to bite me, wait till he gets home & meets the rest of "the pack". (evil laughter)

it went as expected & after 2 weeks a proper pecking order was established.
Wow 16 years!? That’s incredible! Where’d did you manage to get wolf dogs anyway? And how are they as pets?
 

Bigpaws_Bear

Esteemed Citizen of ZV
Wow 16 years!? That’s incredible! Where’d did you manage to get wolf dogs anyway? And how are they as pets?
Purchased from an advertising breeder semi-locally for a reasonable price. and as pets.. well.. 85% of the time they are just like any other dog, but that 15% the wolf kicks in & they can be stubborned, and bitey too. Until you assert your dominance over them. Luckily if your effective, you only need to do this once. that wolf part though faint, IS still in there. Oh and introduce them to other home critters like cats, EARLY in their life. else, they too are prey like anything else.
 
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