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This video shows Buttermilk being brought to her new home and introduced to Lorne for the first time. It is immediately following her adoption out of 'death row' at the shelter and walking her in the front door. Lorne was brought in through the backyard moments later. They have never met before this. Not outside or through the fence. Buttermilk doesn't know me, the house, Lorne or any of the other animals who are present though do not have currently have access to the main part of the house. I thought it would be interesting to show how they (especially Lorne) handled the situation.

You can see that Buttermilk is very unsure. Lorne begins with utter excitement. He wants to play and is doing his best to initiate it. About halfway through this almost 7 minute video, you will see he already realizes his energy level is too much for Buttermilk and he begins to calm down. He starts to lose interest and investigate other things. Buttermilk then relaxes her guard a little and she is able to observe the situation without as much tension. At this point, the next time Lorne is distracted (by a slice of cake on the counter) I crate Lorne, so Buttermilk feels secure in being the one to approach on her own.

The next morning, I introduced them to the large open space of the backyard 'pen' together. And the rest of the animals. I filmed that too and will upload it as soon as I can.

I also felt that this video was important to show just how intense wolves and (most) wolfdogs are. Lorne is not always bursting at the seams with excitement to meet a new friend, but his selective hearing, high energy, intelligence, and disregard for the environment around him is always there.

Wolves and wolfdogs are destructive and can be dangerous. But they they do not mean to be- it is simply who they are. It cannot be trained, tamed, or controlled. To do that would be cruelty. You must be willing to adapt to them. They are wild animals and acceptance of that is what they deserve. They are under no obligation to follow the laws of man.

- About Lorne

Lorne was born in at a zoo in Georgia who breeds a select number of wolf pups to be used for educational purposes and for ambassadors for their species.

Lorne's brother, Wyatt can be seen at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California. Lorne is being raised with the hope of using him in educational talks to raise awareness for an often misunderstood animal. Despite media attention that wolves in the wild have stabilized their numbers, they are still very much at risk. Wolf hunting continues to persist, both legally and illegally. Wolves are still stigmatized in society, especially by farmers and ranchers who if merely seeing a wolf will on sight, no matter the threat. This mentality is hurting our intelligent friend, whose relationship and companionship led us to the domesticated dog we have today and love. Lorne visits with the public regularly and even though he's just a pup, he has instantly charmed his way into the hearts of many others who before misunderstood and feared one of our closest ties to the natural world.

Lorne is a subspecies of the Grey (or Timber) Wolf. He was born on April 17th, 2014 (wolves are only born in the spring, unlike domesticated dogs) and until he came to me just shy of 7 weeks was used in meet-and-greets at the Georgia zoo.

I'm working with Lorne every day and I hope that he is able to continue to reach out to the public as he matures. It is common that wolves once establishing a territory upon reaching adulthood have trouble leaving it and feel much more comfortable at home than in strange places. We will see what path Lorne wants to follow in life, but I hope that he will be kind enough to continue to make a positive impression on others and be an ambassador for his species.

- How much wolf is in Lorne?

He's as pure as you can get without taking a wolf from the wild.

Most wolves in the wild are 'contaminated" with domesticated dog DNA, through feral dogs in-breeding. It is impossible to differentiate between the two on a genetic level. Lorne is genetically related to Tundra Wolves (subspecies of grey), which are found throughout Eastern Europe and Russia. The white patch they have on their chest indicates that somewhere, many years ago at least one dog must have been mated with a wolf to cause that patch, and through interbreeding it have become a typical marker in Tundra Wolves. Wild wolves will not readily breed with a dog, so it's very unusual to have a 50/50 cross.

Meet Lorne's brother and littermate Wyatt, at Six Flags in California...

http://fox40.com/2014/10/22/wyatt-the-wolf-stops-by-fox40/

camelsandfriends
'camelsandfriends' 2 months ago
YOU CAN SEE THE LATEST VIDEO OF THE DOG AND WOLF HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9PlmJl60iM (01/13/2017)
re han
're han' 16 hours ago
How did you domesticate the wolf?
L
'L' 1 day ago
bad engery and no wolfes
LazyMe420
'LazyMe420' 1 day ago
Is the black one really a wolf?
The teeth look kinda small to me O.o
jeffrey desir
'jeffrey desir' 2 days ago
She should not have a wolf dog
jeffrey desir
'jeffrey desir' 2 days ago
She doesn't have control over her dogs
PiruDamu Bleed
'PiruDamu Bleed' 2 days ago
Why
PiruDamu Bleed
'PiruDamu Bleed' 2 days ago
She named her MALE wolf LAUREN
dreacul
'dreacul' 2 days ago
I've watched almost all of your videos.... But seeing this one gave me goose bumps. Look at his personality. Is as if the wolf has a more stronger personality, something that the dogs don't have... Is like they can do so much pain and hurt, like if it has so much power within but controls it, is like he has a special kind of curiosity and control everything turning the world in his toy..... See the way he jumps over things in the house to get to the dog...
jonathan alfonso
'jonathan alfonso' 3 days ago
Wolves are exactly like German shepherds you should get him too meet one mine exactly looks like that just the tail
Bulbul
'Bulbul' 5 days ago
Why are people upset? You don't even need to read the description just the title. It clearly says they're meeting for the FIRST TIME of course the shelter dog is gonna be scared! My puppy was scared the first time I brought her a squeak toy. 😑
Andrew Jackson
'Andrew Jackson' 5 days ago
I hate Ceasar Milan beucase now every moran in the world does that tsh tsh thing.
Nylah Franks
'Nylah Franks' 5 days ago
YOU IDIOTIC PEOPLE DON'T TAKE TIME OUT TO READ THE DESCRIPTION BUT YOU CAN TAKE TIME OUT TO COMMENT MEAN THINGS... BULL** GO FU* YOURSELVES INSTEAD OF BEING SEXIST AND RUDE THINK ABOUT HOW SHE FEELS THOSE DISLIKES ARE Jealous PEOPLE LIKE YOU AND DON'T TELL PEOPLE LEARN HOW TO SPELL HOW ABOUT YOU LEARN HOW TO KEEP OUR MOUTHS SHUT AND WATCH THE DA*** VIDEO Jesus!!!!
morningstar3188
'morningstar3188' 6 days ago
Lorne...what an awesome and strong name! totally suits a wolf. he's a handsome fella.
Bry Watson
'Bry Watson' 7 days ago
U have a wolf that's my dream pet if I had a life befor this one I would have probably of been a wolf with my passion for them
Lauren Miller
'Lauren Miller' 1 week ago
Not funny at all "buttermilk" has more sense than the person watching this....giving commands that the wolf is TOTALY ignoring...UNSAFE...
Rim Bébé
'Rim Bébé' 1 week ago
poor dog not funny
-Noxi-Bady-
'-Noxi-Bady-' 1 week ago
fůůůj z klece vééén - fuuuj of the cage!will eat no!
Randy VinLorn
'Randy VinLorn' 1 week ago
The Dog Know's .. That All Wolf is not gone .. Confusing to the domesticated dog ..
cherrybomb bae
'cherrybomb bae' 1 week ago
Poor dog is scared shitless lol
David Del Rosario
'David Del Rosario' 1 week ago
lol that dog knows he gonna die and that female can't help
Kelsey Hodge
'Kelsey Hodge' 1 week ago
Buttermilk knows what's up why doesn't she? 😂😂😂😂
Tatum Anderson
'Tatum Anderson' 2 weeks ago
Is that a real wolf
Tatum Anderson
'Tatum Anderson' 2 weeks ago
What breed is wolf and buttermilk?
Tsunami Lan
'Tsunami Lan' 2 weeks ago
Never trust the rattan chair ....😎
Timothy
'Timothy' 2 weeks ago
You fucking animal fucker stop Having that Beautiful wolf in the cage hope you go to jail whore
David Ruff
'David Ruff' 2 weeks ago
not a wolf let dog out of cage
Mikael Falkenberg
'Mikael Falkenberg' 2 weeks ago
Geez, where in the states are you allowed to own wolves? I'd love to have one.
Romantic Outlaw
'Romantic Outlaw' 2 weeks ago
sometimes I feel like I'm shouting into the abyss and the abyss is shouting back. Ps if you're reading this, go back up and read the description. Right now. Yes, you. I see you there.
toralielove 2005
'toralielove 2005' 2 weeks ago
This is adorable!
hans wurst
'hans wurst' 2 weeks ago
sad to see this wolf in a cage..... SAD PEOPLE! Really retarted as fuck!
Lucky Singh
'Lucky Singh' 2 weeks ago
Putting a beautiful animal like a wolf in a cage! That should be a crime
Nancy Writer
'Nancy Writer' 2 weeks ago
Putting the wolf in a cage, thumbs down for that.
Stannis The Mannis
'Stannis The Mannis' 2 weeks ago
0:32 I'm crying.
cecilie horgen seim
'cecilie horgen seim' 3 weeks ago
the wolf want to dominate the dog..not good..
Dyno
'Dyno' 3 weeks ago
Lol do not get a dog if you plan on leaving it in a cage... Train them and let them roam free instead
brettcone
'brettcone' 3 weeks ago
big dogs have too much energy they shouldn't be couped up
Poot Potatoes
'Poot Potatoes' 3 weeks ago
I already have 3 dogs but if I also had a wolf... Oml I can imagine the much larger mess I'd come home to every day after school. 😂😵😵
Fa
'Fa' 3 weeks ago
ok nice a Wolf in a Cage wtf??? let him out
Payal Singh
'Payal Singh' 3 weeks ago
why the hell do you have to cage the wolf 😠
Michael Ibarra
'Michael Ibarra' 3 weeks ago
there my favorite animal
Michael Ibarra
'Michael Ibarra' 3 weeks ago
hey how much r wolves
gianina zuñiga solano
I wonder if she would like to be in the place of the dog, being afraid, chased by a wolf in its home....and for the wolf....that's not its natural environment.....She is really insane.
Mermaid Buttercup
'Mermaid Buttercup' 3 weeks ago
0:32 i died XD
StaliceFan22
'StaliceFan22' 3 weeks ago
that wolf is beautiful.
alexis polk
'alexis polk' 3 weeks ago
this makes me so mad wolves are not dogs and should be treated with more respect then that. They are temperamental and one day she will find out just how much.
Aneesa H.
'Aneesa H.' 3 weeks ago
Poor Buttermilk :(
Celess Hernandez
'Celess Hernandez' 3 weeks ago
i just got wolf dog yesterday and i dont know how to introduce him to my small dog that i had for five years. i need help..
Salomon Sigala
'Salomon Sigala' 3 weeks ago
WOLF_enstein
3V1L
'3V1L' 3 weeks ago
How does this lady get any sleep?
Lia F
'Lia F' 3 weeks ago
I hate when people comment without reading the information about the video first, it makes them sound unnecessarily dumb. dumbasses
E M
'E M' 3 weeks ago
For God sakes don't cage the wolf at all, for any reason. It's so cruel. The wolf should go to an experienced sanctuary if can't be released in the wild, far too high energy for you and your dog and not fair at all on the wolf.
Trilly Thagr8
'Trilly Thagr8' 3 weeks ago
This bitch got a whole wolf in her house. smh white
Mayaa Dewolfie
'Mayaa Dewolfie' 4 weeks ago
Wolves are not pets. And if the wolf or wolf hybrid is unable to be released back into the wild at least keep it outside in an open and cold environment preferably with other wolves. Your dog is obviously distressed out of his mind (tail tucked under, ears back and not to mention the obvious crying). I'm not sure why you would put your own dog through that. The wolf obviously wants to be dominant and is obviously not submissive towards you. He or she won't even listen to you. Please let the wolf live outside where it wants to be rather than be inside causing distress for the wolf and distress for the dog
Jay Crakk
'Jay Crakk' 4 weeks ago
nah buttermilks tryna figure out why you have this wild ass animal in here that could potentially kill us you idiot
MajesticGirl
'MajesticGirl' 4 weeks ago
Awwww that wolf is so cute! That other dog mean af lol
Kraut2121
'Kraut2121' 4 weeks ago
Holy crap, why do you keep talking to them in normal monotone English as if they have any clue what you are communicating. You are clearly too afraid to take the situation seriously as it should be, so you just pretend (obvious that you are forcing it) that you are "chill" and being casual when it is clear that the situation is very unstable and could easily become disastrous in a flash. You haven't done a single move of control over either of these animals, they aren't listening to you and you are not in any kind of dominant position in respect to them. You keep talking to them like all casually and it's so obvious you are trying to keep yourself and the viewers calm and feeling like this is normal when it's not. You didn't do a single thing to de-escalate or marginalize the situation here the entire time. You were basically sitting there saying "uhh yo dude uhh chill man" with a shaky false calmness.
Terrance Tisdale
'Terrance Tisdale' 4 weeks ago
you're such an irresponsible owner
Monkeybomb
'Monkeybomb' 4 weeks ago
I'm scared for you and the dog... wolves shouldn't be caged like that...
leonf1111
'leonf1111' 4 weeks ago
buttermilk is terrified of Lauren!!
Nightshade C. Blackheart
What reputable breeder let an owner like you own an animal like that. They don't belong inside you have no idea what they're body language is saying. She is showing dominance to the smaller dog like a wolf. She wants the dog to submit so she can assess her. The wolf finds the smaller dog confusing and she has the instinct to chase her down and if you aren't watching both of their body languages the wolf hybrids instincts will easily tell her to bite the small dog. Hard. To teach it a lesson and ease the prey drive she's feeling. WOLF HYBRIDS ARE NOT LIKE DOGS!! THEY CANT BE KEPT IN CAGES IT DESTROYS THEIR MINDS AND SPIRITS. dumbasses like you getting wolves cause it's cool or something and they end up hurting someone or destroying everything in sight because you don't know anything about canines. Fucking pathetic people like you make me sick
Nightshade C. Blackheart
It's a horrible idea for the wolf hybrids first meeting of another dog to be a meeting with a tiny skittish defensively aggressive one. Recipe for disaster
Nicole C.
'Nicole C.' 4 weeks ago
High content wolf hybrid. Pretty, but not a wolf. Too small.
Shadow Man
'Shadow Man' 4 weeks ago
Black dog is fighting for dominance and it should be ended by you. You should be lead and the dogs should have lower but same level. Here you was not able to say that you are lead, the black dog totally ignored you and did what he wanted to do. You probably should reconsider why you have dogs when you don't understand them.
RatioOfOne
'RatioOfOne' 4 weeks ago
you are probably the worst dog owner i've ever seen.
Your dogs just completely ignore you. You don't have the personality or discipline required to own these dogs
Shabaz Hussain
'Shabaz Hussain' 4 weeks ago
Did ya dad tell ya ta keep him caged in? deaf you cannot hear anything good dumb you cannot understand anything good
Reloadedud
'Reloadedud' 4 weeks ago
Try adopting a wolf cub and a dog pup..
ANKIT SINGH CHAUHAN
'ANKIT SINGH CHAUHAN' 4 weeks ago
he wants to sniff her p***y..
Will the chelsea fan
the dude just flipped the dog off that chair lol
Space Dog
'Space Dog' 4 weeks ago
buttermilk seemed really, really stressed out, such as the rapid panting, and his body language. im not an expert at all, but i feel as though the introduction could have gone a lot better. maybe making it more personal and reassuring buttermilk would've helped.
SHORTYTHEPANDA cx
'SHORTYTHEPANDA cx' 4 weeks ago
This bitch doesn't even know how to control a wolf dog, why Tf make the two dogs stress out Jesus Christ she doesn't have proper training or control over them.
Obvious Troll Here.
'Obvious Troll Here.' 4 weeks ago
Wolves use their nose to process everything around them, and they use it more often than dogs. Consider it like this; the wolf, by using its sense of smell, can determine if their "pack" has made a kill, has lost a member, or has a new member, etc. All the info a wolf needs it gets by smelling things. And yes, it will do that every time it comes in and out of the house; it's the wolf equation of a newspaper; it tells it if anything has "changed" in its environment. Having said that, your "Stop it wolf" commands aren't going to affect him; he's obeying his instinct. He's not a dog. Just because he seems placid, that doesn't mean you should treat him like a dog. He's got a more developed brain than a dog. He's related, but they're not the same animal. Therefore, you sound like an idiot trying to command a wolf to go against its natural behavior. If you want something to command, stick with the dog and let the wolf be a wolf. If that's not kosher, put the wolf back where it belongs.....in the wild.
Charge2
'Charge2' 4 weeks ago
Put the wolf back in the wild.
Roch R
'Roch R' 4 weeks ago
I hate women like this! These so called women who like to exhibit control over anything remotely masculine. Then break it's spirit, be it a dog, a man, a child etc..You have not evolved enough yourself mentally to be able to own any animal which is part wild, I pity wolf dogs like this, as you can see ladies and gentlemen they clearly end up in totally the wrong hands. Wolf dogs should in no way shape or form be available to the general public, this is not a pet and you have shown a total lack of knowledge for a free spirit.. embarrassing!
adudu D
'adudu D' 4 weeks ago
he look like Romeo Black Wolf in Alaska
Isabel Cubas
'Isabel Cubas' 4 weeks ago
noo. don't do tht
Indra Christian
'Indra Christian' 4 weeks ago
is that a real wolf???
introversa doc
'introversa doc' 4 weeks ago
i just think the wolfdog did not should come in here so fast, the old
dog seem very stressed from that. No need to be a dog whishperer to see
this.
Gamedrone
'Gamedrone' 4 weeks ago
STOP VIEWER! All commenters below this point think they are the Dog whisperer! You have been warned.
Andrew
'Andrew' 1 month ago
why the fuck have you put that wolf dog in a cage.. you are a fucking idiot dumb bitch....
Kill The Bitch.
'Kill The Bitch.' 1 month ago
get that damn dog out of the cage.
Frank
'Frank' 1 month ago
''wolf''
Tatli Kancı
'Tatli Kancı' 1 month ago
it seems your pets dont give a shit about your orders lol
Naila Al Rajhi
'Naila Al Rajhi' 1 month ago
Girl u got a jinn in your house huh huh
K J
'K J' 1 month ago
I hope that wolf doesn't live in a cage
The Makeup Daddy
'The Makeup Daddy' 1 month ago
Buttermilk was scared but notice soon as you locked the wolf in the cage and cried, butter looked like she wanted to help. That's a bit evil to lock a big dog in a small cage like that.
Vestid
'Vestid' 1 month ago
This is terrible, owning a wolf dog and not being able to properly manage and control it. Poor buttermilk would be easy prey but luckily was able to stand up for itself. This is not how any dog should meet let alone a wolf dog. Please educate yourself before someone gets hurt. This is the reason why wolf dogs get a bad rep.
Nick A
'Nick A' 1 month ago
"Hey let's get a pet wolf, what could possibly go wrong?"
No Thanks
'No Thanks' 1 month ago
I started to take note that Lauren was making the sound and not the dog. She seemed like she wanted to go outside and play and explore as Buttermilk telling by their body language, perked ears, tense body posture, they were warier than in distress as people say.
And the wolf seems quite trained and raised well, she's obviously still a wild animal none the less but if you know what you are doing and if you're raising her right then I am fine.
I am going to give you fine examples of why I think this is okay.1. Wild mustangs get captured, trained, and turned into lesson/professional horses.2. People have pet falcons and fowl for hunting.3. A very long time ago, people used wolves for hunting and used them as "pets".4. You are obviously not the owner nor a professional or have the right of the word here to say if she was allowed to keep that wolf or not.
If things got more physically serious she would obviously have done something about it, the wolf seemed more playful and the dog just wanted their territory back.
Cute Monster123
'Cute Monster123' 1 month ago
why would you put a wolf in the house? Thats pretty dangerous and fucked up. Hell even dogs are dangerous..but a wolf?
ninjacloud_srl_sda
'ninjacloud_srl_sda' 1 month ago
Pretty sure that dog was saying: "get that wolf the fuck out of here."

Wolves belong in the wild for a reason...they're clearly not domesticated.
Adrian Sidwell
'Adrian Sidwell' 1 month ago
Your dog (sweet lil Buttercup) was CLEARLY in distress. You were aware of this yet you continued to document the behavior. You finally told the WOLF to "chill" after what seem an eternity to the viewers and I'm certain Buttercup as well. I was simply advocating for the animals as I found the footage disturbing and unnecessary. It wasn't informative or entertaining. I apologize if I came off abrasive. I'm very passionate about animal rights and the treatment of animals. I sincerely hope you put at least a fraction of the effort you put into your animals care and safety as you do into "youtubing". Take care of yourself and those animals please In GodSpeed. ;-) As in your words.
Adrian Sidwell
'Adrian Sidwell' 1 month ago
Your dog (sweet lil Buttercup) was CLEARLY in distress. You were aware of this yet you continued to document the behavior. You finally told the WOLF to "chill" after what seem an eternity to the viewers and I'm certain Buttercup as well. I was simply advocating for the animals as I found the footage disturbing and unnecessary. It wasn't informative or entertaining. I apologize if I came off abrasive. I'm very passionate about animal rights and the treatment of animals. I sincerely hope you put at least a fraction of the effort you put into your animals care and safety as you do into "youtubing". Take care of yourself and those animals please In GodSpeed. ;-) As in your words.
Adrian Sidwell
'Adrian Sidwell' 1 month ago
Your dog (sweet lil Buttercup) was CLEARLY in distress. You were aware of this yet you continued to document the behavior. You finally told the WOLF to "chill" after what seem an eternity to the viewers and I'm certain Buttercup as well. I was simply advocating for the animals as I found the footage disturbing and unnecessary. It wasn't informative or entertaining. I apologize if I came off abrasive. I'm very passionate about animal rights and the treatment of animals. I sincerely hope you put at least a fraction of the effort you put into your animals care and safety as you do into "youtubing". Take care of yourself and those animals please In GodSpeed. ;-) As in your words.
Kurt Goolsby
'Kurt Goolsby' 1 month ago
It doesn't take a time machine to know that a wolf will turn on you. I had a very sweet husky that I raised from six week. She developed cancer and it was aggressive before the vet could get a game plan together she went from having difficulty getting up and down to not being able to in less than two weeks. She was in horrible pain. I was up with her in the night for a week straight she know the pain meds made he feel better. So one night we took our dogs out to the farm , she loved it out there. I put her pain pill in a piece of chicken the pill fell to the floor I reached down to put it into more chicken and she turned into a dog I did not know. Now she set in my lap most of her life. She loved me and I her but the pain and the illness changed her and she attacked me. My husband was there and he could not get her off me. Her teeth went through my arm.I have severe psoriatic arthritis and take cancer medication so I have a low ammonium system. But it would have caused anyone problems. I never saw her again after that night. My husband had her put down and buried her behind the barn where in deer come through our property. She loved it so much out there. It took six months for my arm to heal. It's scared. I had severe pain and even had to have my mother come to take care of me. Loosing her and going through the physical pain as well is something I will not let happen again. If one of the dogs becomes ill it will be handled in a different way. I can't get hurt like that again. But remember she was a full blooded Siberian husky with papers. I had her all but six months of her life. And she could gave killed me. A wolf is just something you don't invite into your home around other pets and you. I know you don't want to here this but it's for your perfection. Please give a loving dog a home . And give the wolf to a zoo or trained people with lots of experience dealing with wolves. I am trying to keep you from being hurt. Sincerely, leslye
Kurt Goolsby
'Kurt Goolsby' 1 month ago
Get the wolf away from the dog. I have huskies and one of them is not pure it has a slight bit of wolf hydride from the mothers side and I can tell you this is not going to end well. Wolves have no business in your home or around your other pets. It's cruel to your dog. And wolves will attack. I have a neighbor with a wolf rescue and they do not let humans or other animals near the wolves without a huge gate between them. They have done this for decades. Do to a high population of wolves in our area. But they are not stupid. Get the wolf out of your home before you get killed. Or worse ripped apart. It happens too often when people do what your doing not understanding how dangerous a wolf is. Listen to us please! Please get help with this wolf. Donate him to a zoo. There is a way for him to have a nice life where he want hurt or kill you or your family.
Careless Last Whisper
As cool as wolves are it's really wrong to own one.
Adrian Sidwell
'Adrian Sidwell' 1 month ago
Im reporting you lady this is absurd and astonishing and unnecessary This is very illegal that dominate wolf shouldn't be anywhere of the vicinity of that dog!!!! You have to be very illiterate to have that canine near that domesticated wolf. You need to be psychologically evaluated because clearly your Lacking in intelligence so fundamentally this is animal cruelty !!! and hypothetically speaking i hope that wolf doesn't slaughter that dog poor baby !!!!! The hybrid law clearly states It is illegal to own a pure wolf in the United States… they are classified as an endangered and regulated species! Do your research lady and i will be surely identifying you and your profile page to the authorities i hope that canine doesn't have to deal with your crap and will Be out of your home or that wolf will
Adrian Sidwell
'Adrian Sidwell' 1 month ago
Im reporting you lady this is absurd and astonishing and unnecessary This is very illegal that dominate wolf shouldn't be anywhere of the vicinity of that dog!!!! You have to be very illiterate to have that canine near that domesticated wolf. You need to be psychologically evaluated because clearly your Lacking in intelligence so fundamentally this is animal cruelty !!! and hypothetically speaking i hope that wolf doesn't slaughter that dog poor baby !!!!! The hybrid law clearly states It is illegal to own a pure wolf in the United States… they are classified as an endangered and regulated species! Do your research lady and i will be surely identifying you and your profile page to the authorities i hope that canine doesn't have to deal with your crap and will Be out of your home or that wolf will @camelsandfriends
Mαdσκα
'Mαdσκα' 1 month ago
This chick has no control over the wolf (who can get aggressive) or the other dog. Tsk.
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