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Sep
16
2017

Here’s how you can avoid conflicts when Living with Wolves or near wolf territory.

A Gray Wolf; Living with wolves

Despite The Negative Stereotypes People Can Live Peacefully With Wolves.

Living or camping in wolf country can sometimes be dangerous – after all, wolves are territorial animals. Fortunately, for the most part, wolves keep to themselves and will not approach people.

However, wolves can become emboldened after getting used to human presence. Another common problem is carelessness on the part of humans. Actually, the majority of wolf-human conflict could be avoided by remembering some basic points when living with wolves. Or close to wolf territory

There are many precautions one can take to keep these conflicts from happening, many of

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Sep
08
2017

Keeping Wolfdogs is a decision you’ll need to take after careful consideration.

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog: Keeping Wolfdogs

A Czechoslovakian Wolfdog: (Photo: Pandora666/WikiMedia Commons cc by-sa 3.0)

Adding an animal of any kind to your home is a very important decision indeed. You’ll need to consider every aspect of the good and bad, pros and cons of your decision.

What Exactly Is A WolfDog Anyway?

A wolfdog is a cross between a gray wolf and a domestic dog breed. Usually, the most commonly used dog breeds are German Shepherds and Malamutes among others. The wolf content varies; from as low as one-quarter up to three-quarters.

So, you’re most likely to find them in three-quarters or half Malamute or German Shepherd and half or one-quarter wolf.

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Sep
03
2017

Keeping a Pet Wolf is a dream come true for many animal lovers but it requires serious consideration. 

A Wolf Cub: Keeping A Pet Wolf

A Wolf Cub May Behave Exactly Like A Puppy But As It Grows Older, The Wild Instincts Gradually Become Noticeable.

People have both admired and feared wolves for practically centuries now. That wild, free and untamable spirit holds even the best of us in awe. However, by nature, these are not domesticated animal: most importantly they are not dogs.

Similarities, either in appearances or wolf cub temperament, makes us think we are looking at the closest thing to a cute puppy. Hence, wolf lovers dream of welcoming a wolf cub into their homes and raising/training it to behave like a domestic dog.

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Sep
01
2017

Get all the answers to the most common Wolf Questions here.

The Gray wolf can vary in color: Wolf Questions

A Pair Of Gray Wolves (Author: Stefan/Wikimedia Commons cc 2.0)

There’s still so much misinformation about wolves out there. But if you’re looking for the facts and nothing else, then you’ll need to read this.

Below are 15 of the most common Wolf Questions that people frequently ask along with their answers.

15 Of The Most Common Wolf Questions Answered.

1) How many types/species of wolves exist on Earth today?

There are four species of wolves worldwide today. They are: the gray wolf (Canis lupus), the red

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Aug
28
2017

The wolf continues to fascinate us as seen by the many ancient tales of wolves in mythology.

Romulus And Remus

Romulus And Remus As Babies (Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons)

The Wolf continues to capture our imagination and the evidence is everywhere. From literature to movies you’ll find references to wolves often.

Apparently, past generations aren’t left out too. There are almost innumerable stories of wolves in mythology and legends to choose from. Stories tell of their achievements, victories, and sometimes evil ways, in many legends passed down for generations.

That mysterious, wild and untamed spirit just won’t die. To date.

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Aug
22
2017

Improved conservation efforts means wolves are making a strong comeback. Show your support with these Wolf Tattoos.

Wolf And Red Rose

The image of a wolf can mean many different things and can be used to pass on a particular message depending on who’s creating it and the person looking.

Usually, it depicts one or more of the many properties of wolves: strength, resilience, cunning, speed, warrior, hunter, spiritual guide, etc.

Although these creatures were severely persecuted globally, they are gradual making a slow but steady comeback.

From the cute tattoos to the fierce and even scary ones,

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Aug
17
2017

A compilation of Wolf Names and meanings from all over the world.

120 Wolf Names

No doubt, wolves are one of nature’s most intriguing creatures. Because of that, Wolf names are quite popular and have been used for centuries now.

Popular species like the Gray wolf in particular have been the subject of several movies, myths and works of fiction.

Different cultures attribute wolf names to different traits, incidents, and virtues such as bravery, victory, nobility, etc.

We’ve scoured thousands of possible wolf names and selected 120 names that are unique: so

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Aug
16
2017

Though the Caspian Sea Wolf or Steppe Wolf is steadily declining in number, it’s still open to bounty hunting.

Caspian Sea Wolf

Caspian Sea Wolf (Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons cc by-s.a. 3.0)

The Caspian Sea Wolf, or Steppe Wolf, is an endangered subspecies of the gray wolf. This animal was once found throughout the area between the Caspian and Black seas but is now seriously restricted to a few scattered packs around the Caspian Sea.

Like other Eurasian wolves, these are highly social animals. However, the steady and unchecked decline in their numbers and territory means they now form smaller packs than their kind in North America.

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Aug
09
2017

There are many stories about Wolves in Movies and TV but here are a few you need to know.

A Couple of wolves

A Pair Of Wolves: Pixabay

There are literally countless species of animals featured on the silver screen but none can lay a greater claim to coolness than the wolf.

Wolves have featured in movies for so long that it can be quite a task keeping up with all of them.

And, the roles are versatile too. From the cute to the tear-jerker to the downright mean and scary bad guy wolf.

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Jul
31
2017

The age-old tradition of destroying “troublesome” animals persists as Russian Wolves are open to bounty hunting, and are being killed in their thousands.

Eurasian Wolf Specimen In Bavaria, Germany: Russian Wolves

Eurasian Wolf Specimen In Bavaria, Germany. This Is One Of The Four Native Wolf Types In Russia. (Courtesy: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mrthk/Wiki Commons cc 2.0)

Russian Wolves have a reputation for being aggressive. In fact, Russian wolves are notorious for attacking and killing reindeer, horses, and humans.

During World War II, one account states how soldiers from opposing warring sides had to join forces to survive the attacks of these wolves. Just recently, the media was awash with reports of so called Russian wolf “super packs.”

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