Wolf-dog Education...




Responsible Ownership thru Education

the rescued dog or wolfdog

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Reply WOLF DOG LOVER!!!
6:01 PM on July 17, 2013 
I bet it's fun taking wolf dogs into the woods, they can get in touch with their roots! :D
Reply john lindus
7:37 AM on February 8, 2013 
greetings redwolf , forgive my late reply -the weekend of jan the twenty fifth our house studio was struck by lighting and fried the internet gizmo -i just got back on line -i live on a small island witch has a very deceptive sense of space -its very green forest and mountains -it can seem very large when you are away from the coast old narrow paths dirt roads small buildings that people lived and work the vine and olive fields in spring and summer -now many are abandoned and many high up the mountain olive groves over run with the wild -eagles hawks and wild cats -and the exotic golden jackal you hear cry out but never see - rivers and waterfalls there are many places that are there to be endlessly discovered filled with wild flowers and edible berries -

in the morning i take the dogs to the fields so they can play for around two hours in the afternoon my partner takes them on long treks in the mountains all three are more suited to this than me all more sure footed than me as well -

the dogs are very attached to each other , they kiss a lot when they fir;ly play or wall side by side - last year someone told me she was a czech wolf dog i knew little of these animals and thought ok - yet something nagged at my brain as this not being right -i said to friends i think she is maybe a sarloos -but couldn't find the right help or evidence, i suppose when lacking experience a renoir can be mistaken for a monet- or a canadian for an american -the same with the sarloos and czeck wolf dog - but finally i have understood by seeing and talking with someone just last week she is in fact a sarloos , and of course it now seems obvious -

the good news slowly slowly she recovers from her very bad start to life and knowing she is a sarloos is a big help in helping her achieve recovery -

the thing is redwolf its not so much i know the special places -its that i have understood we humans have no purpose ,other than we create for ourselves ,we are natures purpose so i am inclined to spend much of my time being with and part of what created me

so swamps - where it sounds good my regards john
Reply Redwolf12
10:21 PM on January 28, 2013 
Absolutely intriguing! I love your comment about when you both reach utopia in the mountains or countryside. It touched my heart to know you know where the special places are.
Reply My Dog Ace
7:07 PM on December 11, 2012 
Wow, how pretty!
Reply Tsukuyomit
11:12 AM on December 6, 2012 
It's a Czechoslovakian wolf dog lol