Wolf loves to give kisses - playithub.net
Published: 7 months ago By: Sarah and the Wolves
By: Sarah and the WolvesPublished: 7 months ago
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This video features Tonk, the white and brown boy, and Mariah, the black phase girl. Tonk is a lower mid content wolfdog, and Mariah is a high content wolfdog. They are 12 years old and 13 years old respectively, but are both in great health and act years younger. Tonk can be skittish, and is less affectionate, but will sneak in an occasional kiss and loves to play. Mariah, on the other hand, greets me every time I come by with a wagging tail and loads of kisses. However, they are both highly fearful of strangers, and will hide from sight whenever someone new comes to the property. It took about 4 months of interaction before they trusted me enough to be pet, and they continue to grow more loving by the day. Wolves in the wild will express affection through licking, just like dogs. Unlike dogs, however, they often will include little nibbles with those kisses and lick the teeth of those they love. Those habits might sound disgusting, and even scary, but the beautiful thing about working with these animals is that you don't think about germs or dirt or any of the other things that constantly cross our mind. Instead you get to focus on one of Earth's most amazing animals, and every show of affection is a blessing, regardless of the germs or scratches or anything else it may entail.
"It's so great to see ya how ya been?!"
"Aye! Can you scratch my butt for me it's been killing me all day."
"See ya later!"