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Would you ever own a wolf
Posted 7/5/11
No way. You can't change the nature of a wolf.
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Posted 7/5/11 , edited 7/5/11
NO...
just let em be in the wilds..

i know someone who owns a Tiger though..leashed in front of his house.
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No if I can barely take care of fish which of course they all ate each other doubt wolves would be any better
Posted 7/5/11
no.. they were never domesticated because they were never meant to be.. they are animals that deserve to be wild and free because thats in their blood, that's what they know. It'd be cruel to keep one as a pet, i mean sure i'd love to have some kind of bond with one but it'd just make a wolf miserable to be domesticated/tamed.

i do however have a friend who owns a wolf/husky hybrid (yes legally)
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Posted 7/6/11
yessss wolves r so damn cute
but mom.............................
Posted 7/6/11
No, leave the proud wolf to his pack...

hybrids are more dangerous than the pure bred....they are extremely unpredictable....
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Posted 7/6/11 , edited 7/6/11
My cousin had a wolf/shepard mix. He got it at 5 months old. Should have been at 10 weeks old.
He was a bit skittish and had to be chained at all times.
I've always had a knack at taming(gettingthem to accept me) animals.
Everyone knows the term "Junk yard Dog" I worked for a towing company and we had a
junkyard but no dogs. The owner got 3 dogs with attitude problems.
One was the fluffyist collie mix that didnt trust anyone. It took 6 months to get it to love us all.
He had the name of "Killer". Any stranger was on the menu.
The second was a smaller dog we couldn't figure out the breeds.
This dog was crazy. Act friendly til you got close and then.......
The lastdog was HUGE. A sheppard wolf mix. I was the one that took care of him.
I was very wary of him. I always had my gun handy. It took about a year but it was worth it.

I would have a wolf/dog mix as a pup of 8 - 12 weeks old
Posted 7/6/11
No..my wolfish-looking dog is good enough for me. XD
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Posted 7/6/11 , edited 7/6/11
What a silly thread.. Rather see a wolf in the wild. Way more beautiful in their natural habitat. Can't deny that at all.

Edited: Glad to scroll up and see a lot of the same answers. Thought I was being that guy for a moment.
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Posted 7/6/11
nah. Why if they remember their great grandparent's memories? They might start chomping away
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Posted 7/6/11

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No if I can barely take care of fish which of course they all ate each other doubt wolves would be any better
that happened to my friend too, I thought gold fishes were vegetarian I think it depends where you get them.

It really scared me when one of the shop keepers took my friend's dead fish in exchange for a living one. He took it and dropped it into the tank. All the gold fish jumped and started munching at it.

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Posted 7/6/11
No... I prefer Alaskan Malamutes :3
Posted 7/6/11
I have a husky, but he's extremely large, even though he's still young(2 years old). It's like having a wolf.

And I'd love to have a hybrid. Of course it'd be a little difficult, which makes me want it even more.
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Posted 7/6/11
OH YEAH! xD


But of course I would be cautious =)
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Posted 7/6/11
While I was gearing for pure wolves as pets, I will understand more people would lean toward mixes (Technically, all dogs are mutts and part wolf because they descend from that dog and many dogs were mixed with other dogs to create purebreds). Before I get a full one, I should maybe get a the dogs that carry "wolf dog" in their name or a Husky/Malamute pooch.
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