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Too much misinformation about wolfdogs.
on April 25, 2012
Lobo is not 97% wolf. He looks to be maybe a mid content judging by the picture on the cover, and that would explain why he was stricken with a dog disease. His face looks very shepherdy. Also, wolves do not mate for life. Wolves do not have sonar. Wolves and dogs are the same specie, their genes are not battling against each other. Too much meat will not make a wolf or any animal more aggressive, otherwise we'd have a bunch of raging Atkins dieters rampaging through the streets. Judging by the description of his female wolfdog, she's just a dog, not a wolfdog at all. How could someone live with a wolfdog for so long but be so ignorant about them?
I hope this man knows what he's doing by trying to support anti-wolfdog legislation. In most cases, the wolfdogs that exist in an area where anti-wolfdog legislation is passed are destroyed.
Giving two stars because it was a nice story, but I dislike the misinformation scattered throughout this book. It also does not give an accurate depiction of what living with a wolfdog would be like if that's the reason why one would want to read this book. A high content wolfdog could not be left alone in a normal backyard all day, let alone two of them left alone in a house every night.