The World of Wolves, Hybrids, and Dogs

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wolveswolves:

submitted:

In reaction to this ask: I think anon was talking about this documentary: “Fauna Iberica”. I remembered I saw it somewhere. Luckily I knew this spanish docu.

I took screens with this wolf from the docu, maybe not the best quality, but it’s kinda…

basemental:

please stop being cute it makes my heart sad because i can’t nap with you

y2kv2:

if your BAC is over 0.6% you die

y2kv2:

if your BAC is over 0.6% you die

typhonatemybaby:

maudelynn:

Before the availability of the tape recorder and during the 1950s, when vinyl was scarce, people in the Soviet Union began making records of banned Western music on discarded x-rays.

via http://www.vinyloftheday.com

… in which the soviets out-goth everyone, yet again

corgiaddict:

jasperislington:

I see you have blueberries.  I also enjoy blueberries.

Pudge and sugar snap peas. 

Anonymous said: I like your blog quite a bit but there is no way the "half wolf puppy" is really so. Then it would be a mid content and therefore should not be pure white.

Ah yes, you are right! That was a submission. I’m not familiar with the lineage of the puppy but the submitter did say that the puppy was half “wolf hybrid”, which means that one of the puppy’s parents can be anywhere from very little wolf content to high content. I would also disagree if the puppy was said to be half wolf. 

Cooper is a pure white half Alaskan Malamute and half Wolf hybrid. He is 2 months old in this picture. 

Cooper is a pure white half Alaskan Malamute and half Wolf hybrid. He is 2 months old in this picture. 

sdzoo:

There’s a pup on the premise. An 8-week-old gray wolf pup is being hand-reared in the nursery to be an animal ambassador. Photos by Helene Hoffman and Darin Sugioka.

Owning a Dog vs. High Content Wolfdog

Some important facts and interesting things about what wolfdog ownership may bring. 

Remember: Every wolfdog is different!