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    As some know I have looking hard for a male wolf hybrid to welcome into our lives.
    Three years have wandered by since I lost The Boogyman.
    Still miss him desperately even after all that time.
    But I simply know that a new pup will help alleviate that to some extent.

    This week one of my buddies informed me he knew of a wolf hybrid litter IN TOWN!
    I had to go and look obviously.
    Unfortunately the 2 males were spoken for and they have no plans for any more litters down the road.

    One of the gals caught my eye though, and certainly warmed right up to me...
    Hmmm...

    Took my Lady to look at them, and when the single tear of joy ran down her cheek when she picked the one I liked up, I knew I was doomed. They were asking 5 bills, but upon hearing our background immediately dropped that to 3 saying "better to have a great home than a little extra coin!"

    The 7 week old Gal is simply gorgeous!




    Happy Happy Happy!!

    The dad is 1/2 Island Wolf & 1/2 Australian Shepherd






    The mom is 1/2 Timber Wolf & 1/2 Alaskan Husky






    Continued...
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    It is uncanny just how close the mom's face is to that of our 12+ year old Kimmiq.
    They could be sisters...






    Many of my buddies are saying we are nuts for doing this at this stage of our lives.

    I say it keeps US young!

    And... I am still hunting for the right male...

    Picking her this afternoon as we're puppy proofing the house today.

    Interesting & fun times ahead...

    Cheers,
    Nog
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    Re: A New Pack Member

    congrads MATT she is beautiful...well done bud

    cheers
    steven

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    Quote Originally Posted by srupp View Post
    congrads MATT she is beautiful...well done bud
    Thanks Buddy.

    Kimmiq has accepted her.
    She has now found her forever home.

    Happy Happy
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    Re: A New Pack Member

    She is gorgeous. Enjoy the house training. I won’t miss that part. Congrats.
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    Off to a rather promising start!

    Much to our surprise she only woke us up once overnight.

    Kimmiq is still a little shy around her, but has accepted her.

    Ila has definitely bonded with my wife - follows her constantly and must keep her in sight.

    Does OK outside (never been before) but it will be a learning curve to understand that is where we do our business it seems.

    Eating and behaving rather well except she likes to test chew pretty much everything...

    The madness has begun...

    Cheers,
    Nog
    Last edited by IronNoggin; 11-12-2022 at 12:48 PM.
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    Few more pictures from today...





    Her ears will stand up like both of her parents.














    Continued...
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    Kimmiq is a little apprehensive as she is uncertain just how to interact with one so small:





    But they are figuring it out:








    Back to the fun...


    Cheers,
    Nog
    Last edited by IronNoggin; 11-12-2022 at 04:20 PM.
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    I got my first Wolf Hybrid (1/2 Timber, 1/2 Husky) well over 4 decades ago now.
    They have an intelligence that is hard to fathom if you haven't been around one much.
    Like the Einsteins of the canine world.
    They are very loving, friendly, protective and more.

    Certainly not for everyone, they need a LOT of experience in their companions. Their need for exercise, support and understanding runs very very deep, so they require a great deal of time and effort to bring out their best.

    My Lady & I have now been living with, rearing and training Wolf Hybrids for over 40 years now.
    Simply became our way of life...

    Wouldn't have it any other way!



    Cheers,
    Nog
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    Re: A New Pack Member

    congrats matt~

    How do you get a wolf to breed to domestic dog? Im curious of the process.
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    Just lob a couple loaded mouse traps at em like you're playing horse shoes. More humane than bouncing darts off them.

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