More Wolf Puppies…. » wolf pup free

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  1. will you send it to me

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  2. How do we go about getting one of these little darlings? We have a large home, children have all grown and moved out and we recently lost our dog of 18 years.

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    • Oh Noreen and Dirk…I didn’t mean the pup was free to buy, I meant free as in wild.
      N.

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  3. I work with a German Shepherd Rescure. Call Muttey Crew Resure out of Fouke, AR and have rescue wolfs.Can take pup in.

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  4. Can send pics of my last wolf rescure

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  5. we would like 2 of those wolf puppies a boy and a girl we have a big house big back yeard and 5 kids that would love them

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    • lillian….wolves do not make good pets. They are wild animals and though they look cute, high content wolf dogs or pure wolves don’t really belong in homes as pets. You would need dig wire and a very high fence, plus permits, states don’t allow people to keep wolves without special licenses. It would be much better to give money to a wolf sanctuary that takes in abandoned wolves and wolf dogs. FYI.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  6. Wanted a puppy since my got killed 10 years ago.he was half malamute an half wolf. Most loyal n loveable.companion. would like to find a companion like him again

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  7. I Will love to have wolf pup i have Lots of time to give it &love always wanted to have one since i was a kid now am 49 years old

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    • Clint, I know you think wolves are beautiful but they don’t make good pets. They’re wild animals and shouldn’t be expected to behave as dogs. I know many people do keep wolves as pets, I don’t approve. You might want to adopt a wolf hybrid that needs a home, many are discarded and end up in shelters where they are killed due to their wolf ancestry. Please don’t make the mistake of obtaining a wolf for a pet.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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      • Well I have many many years with wolves I’ve raised full bloods and one out of many things I know and researched over the years were even though wild they can be domesticated with the right family that’s got knowledge and research over their belt and experience so it’s not very nice to turn everyone down , sweetheart…they adopt that human family as his or her pack an vise versa I call them my children an they take care of and protect my kids , fyi

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  8. When I was a kid (I am 51 now) a friend of my fathers friend found 2 wolf pups laying on their Mother, who had been shot. He couldn’t bear to leave them and asked my Dad if we would raise them as we lived on a large farm (In the Missouri Ozarks) with no neighbors near. We raised them until they died of old age at 16. They were 2 boys. We never tied them up or restricted them in any way and they were always free to come and go as they pleased. They were wonderful companions and taught us all lessons we still carry with us. We fed them dog food and table scraps and lots and lots of love. One of them as they got older went completely blind and the other brother spent the rest of his life zig-zagging in front of him so he didn;t run into anything….I would love to have another wolf one day. If I ever do I think I will get 2 as I believe it helps in the long run. While I understand why it is frowned upon to raise Wolves these days, 40 some years ago things were different.and I do believe a past experience with wolves is essential. in taking care of them properly. Either way…I’m so grateful that those 2 beautiful souls chose us as their life-long friends.

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  9. I would love too have one I love wolfs so much I have pictures and books all about them. One thing that would would be great is to have one I love there spirit and there beauty in life

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  10. I use to have a wolf mix dog and he was great with my special needs child. He was so in tone to her need’s. He was very trainable, and very smart. He passed away a year ago and I would love to get her another one. I can tell she misses wolfy very much but I can’t afford the prices that most are asking for one. We have a lot of exspences with my daughter and can’t afford to buy one of these great pup’s.

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