Living With A Wolf or Wolfdog - playithub.net
Published: 2 years ago By: camelsandfriends
By: camelsandfriendsPublished: 2 years ago
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Lorne was born 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 cub, 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 in April (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. In July he went on a trip across the United States from out West to Chicago. Unfortunately once there, he swallowed a small slip lead and had to have a life threatening surgery to remove it. His recovery was remarkable and the vet that preformed the surgery said it was the fastest she had ever seen. Wolves are strong and very adaptable. Their immune system due to their varied gene pool and lack of interbreeding as seen in domesticated dogs, makes them lack the health problems they often do. It was a scary time, but thankfully today you wouldn't even know it ever happened (except for the constant reminder of paying off the bill!).
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.
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My house is very minimalistic. All the furniture is leather (older not $3000 new stuff) and my two German Shepherds have full reign of the place.
Nothing is off limits. Couches, chairs, kitchen - even the basement.
At the same time, nothing is set up to fail. Pictures on the wall are waist high or higher.
Built in dining room cabinet is real wood drawers and glass doors are above waist height.
My place is SO DOG FRIENDLY that I command bot dogs to sit in the kitchen, next to the fridge and clearly out of sight of the other rooms.
I then hide about 1/4 lb of pepperoni slices ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
Window sills (up high!), under chairs, on the built in, between cushions, in my bedroom etc...
Once im done, I give the release command and watch them hunt.
Ever see a GS push a couch to get to a treat? It's pure hunting instincts.
This pays off in spades - When I walk them off leash, they follow commands with military precision because they KNOW that I balance it off with fun time!
For there own ego to boost there Facebook followers and make more virtual friends. People today disregard what is right in order to forfill what they WANT. A valueless society build on possessions, cunts all of them!
Just look a bit sad, sigh alot😧, ignore the wolf/dog the whole day,..sure feed it, walk it, but no attention at all, no playing.
The next day,..if it does well, pet the wolf, reward it for good behaviour,..totally ignore bad behaviour.
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other dog at the start