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  • Maned Wolf Journal: 150 page lined notebook/diary

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    Of all wild animals, wolves generate more emotions among people than any other species. Kuzmin IV, Orciari LA, Arai TY, Smith JS, Hanlon CA, Kameoka Y, et al. Pack size is usually small, about eight members, consisting of a mature male and female and their offspring and relatives. Canids in general are a little bit more flexible physiologically speaking. I spoke with a local biologist who assured me that no wolves are living in CT. With their large body size, powerful jaws, large teeth, speed, endurance, and habit of hunting in packs, wolves are keenly adapted to hunt large prey.
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  • 2011 Wolves Calendar

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    For delisting to occur, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming must have approved management plans in place. And you have to feed them 3 to 5 pounds of meat every day. Would you like to merge this question into it? already exists as an alternate of this question. I’ll post the actual link to this tutorial as I finish this tutorial posting. But we all had flights to catch, and after an hour, Kukekova carried him back toward the sheds. The dogs were like his family – he sucked milk from a bitch of the pack and they looked for food together, mostly dumpsters in the port.
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  • Moonlight Kin 1: A Wolf's Tale

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    The sense of smell plays a very important role in lupine life and society. Similar bans on animal use in traveling circuses in Costa Rica, Finland and Denmark only prohibit the use of wild animals or certain species. He is a worker, not a pet.” Victorians discovered that dogs could be lap dogs, or even a substitute for children. Another way in which a domestic dogs environment has changed from that of a wolf is the competition for resources; dogs do not have to compete for food or territory etc. anymore because humans provide them with everything they need, whereas wolves compete for everything.
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  • Wild Discovery Guide to Your Dog: Understanding and Caring

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    Wild wolves live in these states: Alaska, Idaho, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The latter fact has given wolf-hunt opponents ammunition for their argument that this year’s hunt was unnecessary to get rid of problem wolves. Perhaps not surprisingly, alpha wolves typically possess higher levels of stress hormones than do subordinate wolves, who may not eat as much, but have, apparently, far less stress. In folk stories of all nations a cat is the natural companion for people who possess an alarming second sight, such as witches.
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  • Great Dog Stories: Inspirational Tales About Exceptional

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    Wolf howls serve as GPS systems, sing-alongs and fire alarms -- all rolled into one. According to the biologist they don’t publicize information like that because people might disrupt the wolves. Pretty much every dog can be just as dangerous in their own way. If whole, fresh bloodis available (blood taken freshly from a donor within the last few hours), this can be particularly helpful to the patient. The species is strictly nocturnal, traveling about 5.6 mi (9 km) per night during eight hours of foraging.
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  • Wolf Dreamer of the Longest Night Moon (The Thirteenth Moon)

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    However relentless hunting and habitat destruction has resulted in their protection as an endangered species. Red wolf recovery attempts have been made on Bulls Island near Charleston, South Carolina, and on Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge in eastern North Carolina (Phillips and Parker 1988). They may grow up to ten or 14 inches in diameter. A den is also a safe place, and the crate can be the dog's safe place in the home. [More on Crates ] Establishment of the humans in the family as alpha is important in training the dog.
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  • Lookingthruwolfseyes Forever Calendars Mystic

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    There is an old wall with an over grown train track on top that is no longer used. It's impossible to tell whether these distant sites represent separate domestication events, or whether (and, if so, how often) the earliest domesticated dogs ended up breeding with wolf populations. It's not uncommon for a Wolf to travel 32 to 48 kilometers (20 to 30 miles) a day while hunting. Evan Ratliff writes for Wired, the New Yorker, and other magazines.
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  • Composite Colorful Photo Album on Nature: Photo Album

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    Wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl, which they use to communicate. Kelef K'naani or Caanan Dog is rooted in the ancient pariah dogs of Israel, and can still be found in the wild. When most people think of a wolf they will envision a gray wolf covered in snow and looking for its next meal. Lord Dattatreya who is a personification of the Brahma, Vishnu and Siva is always accompanied by four dogs who symbolize the four Vedas. Theobromine is toxic to dogs because although the dog's metabolism is capable of breaking down the chemical, the process is so slow that even small amounts of chocolate can be fatal, especially dark chocolate.
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  • Cry Wolf (Alpha and Omega, Book 1)

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    The thing about dogs that makes them prime targets for this trope is the same reason dogs and humans get along so well; we share a lot of body language. But that process alone cannot produce freedom. And becoming one with the animals of the earth and freeing them from their bondage is the final truth and final step for global salvation. While he still has some issues with looking people in the eye, he has come a long way to overcome his trials.
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  • Out Among the Wolves: Contemporary Writings on the Wolf

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    Justice, one of four 6-week-old tiger cubs introduced at Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, is seen at The Mirage Hotel & Casino on Sept. 14, 2015 in Las Vegas. This often occurs when the animal associates people with food and this can cause an animal to become aggressive toward humans. Are there PEOPLE who TRAIN their dogs to be mean, or aggressive, or violent? Earlier studies have suggested two hypotheses for the evolution of dogs from wolves - one is that the wolves were captured by hunter-gatherers who tamed the animals and used them as hunting companions.