Wolf Hybrid Pups For Sale

Wolf Hybrid Pups For Sale

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Angel

United States

#1 Dec 12, 2009
Hybrid Wolf pups for sale! Father is 75% Timber Wolf 25% Alaskan Malamute, Mother is 50% Timber Wolf 50% Siberian Husky. They were born last night. Will be taking deposits once they are born. Don't miss out, reserve your new best friend today! They will not be able to go to their new home until 8 weeks of age. You can email me at [email protected] for pics of the parents and pics of pups or if you have any questions.
guest

Newbern, TN

#2 Dec 13, 2009
Is it legal to have one? Being wolf and all.
Angel

United States

#3 Dec 13, 2009
guest wrote:
Is it legal to have one? Being wolf and all.
Yes it is legal to have Hybrid Wolf's in Tennessee, just not full blooded wolves.
redneckwoman

South Sioux City, NE

#4 Dec 13, 2009
wolfs belong in the wild they are so beautiful but i would never take one out of the wild i personally think breeding a dog with one is wrong they are beautiful to see where they should be.
Read this first

Sioux City, IA

#5 Dec 13, 2009
Before you give this person your money and take one of these often untrainable pups, know that you are only helping to perpetuate the mistreatment of such animals and combating the conservation of wolves as a whole.

Read this:
http://www.awarenessmag.com/marapr7/MA7_WOLF....
guest

Newbern, TN

#6 Dec 13, 2009
How much?
almost_infamous

Sundown, TX

#7 Dec 14, 2009
Read this first wrote:
Before you give this person your money and take one of these often untrainable pups, know that you are only helping to perpetuate the mistreatment of such animals and combating the conservation of wolves as a whole.
Read this:
http://www.awarenessmag.com/marapr7/MA7_WOLF....
Thank you very much for the info. Does anyone know of a malamute breeder around here?
guest

Bensenville, IL

#8 Dec 14, 2009
this sounds very dangerous. remember these are more wolf than anything. lets not forget what happened to the lady and the chimp.
hello

Sioux City, IA

#9 Dec 14, 2009
I did some research on this breed because I thought about getting one. I have changed my mind. You cannot domesticate a wild animal.Even though they have been bred with a domesticated animal they very much have the traits of a wolf and are not for just anyone. I would never have my kids around one. PLEASE do your research before buying one of these dogs/wolves.
guest

United States

#10 Dec 15, 2009
Your wrong I had mine 4 eleven years was the best pet ever I got her when she was 3weeks old that way they bond with you more they are very loveable pets.
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Sioux City, IA

#11 Dec 15, 2009
guest wrote:
Your wrong I had mine 4 eleven years was the best pet ever I got her when she was 3weeks old that way they bond with you more they are very loveable pets.
Yours may not have been part wolf, after all. It's a sales gimmick. Often, breeders will cross with a german shephard or other dog that will give it a wolf hybrid appearance so they can ask more money.

There is no registry for wolf/dog hybrids. If you were given papers, that's a telltale sign you're being scammed. Without papers, it's still a good possibility.

Also, puppies need their mothers until 8 weeks of age. To let them go at 3 is extremely irresponsible and yet another sign that you were dealing with someone that more likely than not scammed you.
me again

Sioux City, IA

#12 Dec 15, 2009
all i want to know is why this angel person wont reply back when asked for a price on these pups. LET SOMEBODY KNOW SOMETHING GIRL!!!!
Angel

United States

#13 Dec 15, 2009
me again wrote:
all i want to know is why this angel person wont reply back when asked for a price on these pups. LET SOMEBODY KNOW SOMETHING GIRL!!!!
Sorry didn't see your question. Only seen the bashing's and was just ignoring them. People are going to think what they want no matter what I or anyone else has to say. I am asking $200 for females & $250 for males.
dyercounty soldier

Fayetteville, NC

#14 Dec 16, 2009
there has never been a report of a 100% pure bred, healthy wolf in the wild to attack a person. when you start breeding with dogs, genetics get messed up. wolf hybrids are the "wolves" that attack people. wolves are meant to be in the wild. i have researched these animals because my exhusband wanted one. yes, they are adorable, but there is more to raising a hybrid, than having it look cute.
hello

Sioux City, IA

#15 Dec 16, 2009
dyercounty soldier wrote:
there has never been a report of a 100% pure bred, healthy wolf in the wild to attack a person. when you start breeding with dogs, genetics get messed up. wolf hybrids are the "wolves" that attack people. wolves are meant to be in the wild. i have researched these animals because my exhusband wanted one. yes, they are adorable, but there is more to raising a hybrid, than having it look cute.
You are exactly right!

You can ignore all the "bashers" that you want to. But how are you going to feel if one of your precious pups grows up and hurts someones kids? Oh wait, you won't care...because you already have your money.
guest

United States

#16 Dec 17, 2009
When u get at 3-4wks they bond better with u,mine was a wolf hybrid seen the fater and mother they have no papers an I wasnt being scammed
Angel

United States

#17 Dec 17, 2009
guest wrote:
When u get at 3-4wks they bond better with u,mine was a wolf hybrid seen the fater and mother they have no papers an I wasnt being scammed
Thank you very much, some people are going to be negative no matter what the subject is or what kind of animal your talking about. I have had wolf hybrids for the last 20 years and I have never had one even growl at anyone much less bite or harm a child or an adult for that matter. A lot of it has to do with what they are mixed with. If you cross a wolf with a pit or rott or a german shepard or any other aggressive breed chances are they will probably bite someone. And when they do no one will scream "oh my God that pit mix or rott mix or shepard mix just bit someone", they will all scream "oh my God that wolf mix just bit someone. Wolf hybrids are not good watch dogs, they won't protect your family, they don't even bark! On the other hand I would not trust ANY dog especially a large breed alone with my children no matter how well I trusted the animal. You yourself have to use good judgment when it comes to your children and animals. When you don't both the children and the animals are the only ones to suffer.
hey

Cordova, TN

#18 Dec 17, 2009
i dont know if this thread is old or new so how old are they now? how much
Angel

United States

#19 Dec 17, 2009
hey wrote:
i dont know if this thread is old or new so how old are they now? how much
They are 5 days old now and I am asking 200 for females and 250 for males.
Guest

United States

#20 Dec 17, 2009
I have a half wolf, half fox. A WOX. He is adorable and sweet. He's never even growled at my vampire bats or rattle snakes. He was really good with my toddler before the kid vanished.

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