Baby Wolf. D'awwwwwww.. It's a fox.


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#8 - Sneim (03/09/2013) [-]
It's a fox.
User avatar #12 to #8 - WolfPrince (03/09/2013) [-]
Thanks, I knew someone would know.
#10 - wamegor ONLINE (03/09/2013) [-]
soo cute!!!
soo cute!!!
User avatar #101 to #10 - Brandan (03/10/2013) [-]
to the front page!
User avatar #34 to #10 - aluminiumfoil **User deleted account** (03/09/2013) [-]
i did that with my puppy and it pissed on me
#23 - Ulmer (03/09/2013) [-]
That's a fox cub
That's a fox cub
User avatar #121 to #23 - sparkyoneonetwo (02/27/2014) [-]
kit not cub
#29 - atangytaco ONLINE (03/09/2013) [-]
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User avatar #54 to #29 - riathewolf (03/09/2013) [-]
That's a fox.
#13 - mrwightproductions (03/09/2013) [-]
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I have a wolf. He is grown now but he was once small and cute and just as mischievous
#36 to #13 - thefunwehave (03/09/2013) [-]
Now give me one. Please?   
Gif unrelated.
Now give me one. Please?
Gif unrelated.
#20 to #13 - anon (03/09/2013) [-]
Isn't that a Husky?
User avatar #103 to #20 - mrwightproductions (03/11/2013) [-]
not husky at all. timber/red/gray/german shepard. 25% each
User avatar #111 to #103 - Dember ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
No, it's a Malamute. First off, Timber Wolves and Gray Wolves are the same thing. For another, the Red Wolf is endangered and thus extremely unlikely to be used in any wolfdog mix. That animal has little to no shepherd in it whatsoever, and it certainly has no wolf in it. Please view this informational page to help educate yourself and others.
User avatar #21 to #20 - communistlover (03/09/2013) [-]
You can get wolf hybrids. My mom's friend from work has one and holy god it's huge.
User avatar #30 to #21 - iamthefirstnigger (03/09/2013) [-]
Thats what she said

Had to do it
User avatar #57 to #18 - davidavidson (03/09/2013) [-]
He looks mean as ****

User avatar #104 to #57 - mrwightproductions (03/11/2013) [-]
He was called "mean-boy" before we bought him and named him so. But hes really nice, really big baby actually. he was full grown and still made us pick him up to put him in the car for a while. cries easy too.
User avatar #105 to #104 - davidavidson (03/11/2013) [-]
He's full breed wolf then? He has never turned on you guys?

I also bet her is pretty territorial too..
User avatar #106 to #105 - mrwightproductions (03/12/2013) [-]
75% wolf 25% Shepard. 3 types of wolf too. Never ever turned, never growls, never aggressive, loves attention, also hates to listen.
#110 to #106 - Dember ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
This is a real 75% wolfdog. He's a rescue who is missing a leg because someone got him without knowing how to properly care for, and contain a high-content wolfdog. The more you boast that your so-called "wolf" makes a great pet (which he probably does, because he is a dog) the more this will happen to real wolfdogs.
User avatar #112 to #110 - mrwightproductions (09/05/2013) [-]
Wtf man why are you lurking and replying to these old ass comments?
One, I trust you know a lot about wolves.
Two, wolves feature a snout that becomes narrower at the end which is seen in the pictures.
three, I looked up and observed behavioral patterns of wolves and observed them in my wolf
four yes timber and gray are the same and I am looking into wether she ment something else or not
five youre an asshole
six, I simply said what the woman who sold him to me has said and if I was lied to then dont blame me for the wrong information
finally the link you sent actually disproves some of your comments
User avatar #114 to #112 - Dember ONLINE (09/06/2013) [-]
Lurking? It's not like I waited here for months - I only just found them, and it's never too late to help educate people who have been misinformed.

Yes, wolves - like many breeds of dogs - can have a longer, more tapering muzzle shape. Many off-standard malamutes have the same face shape as your boy. If it's not from his malamute genes, it's most likely from a shepherd someone threw in along the way.

Please keep in mind that for anything less than an expert in canine behavior, most people absolutely cannot tell which traits are wolflike and which are doglike.
Why? Because virtually ALL huskies and malamutes act a lot like wolves - they like to howl, they can be destructive, they are virtually impossible to off-leash train, they love to run and explore and never stop; they have an almost "catlike" personality by average dog standards - the list goes on.
That doesn't mean they're not a normal husky or malamute.

If you want to call me names and use the silly defense of "I'm just lying about my 'wolf' because his breeder lied to me", you're no better than they are.
Stop the chain and the spread of misinformation - because if people keep hearing about what an awesome pet your "wolf" is, someone along the line WILL go out and acquire a wolfdog - and theirs might actually have a significant amount of wolf in it.

If you think a husky or malamute is challenging (and trust me, they usually are), a real wolfdog is so, SO much more difficult - most would be dumped in a shelter, where, if they are suspected of having any wolf blood in them, they will be euthanized because it is illegal for any shelter to adopt out a wolfdog.
Many are even "set free" because their owners assume that, being part wolf, they must be able to survive in the wild which is nothing more than a slow, grueling death sentence for the animal.

Please think before you call your dog a "wolf". If you feel so entitled to use the term at all, please use "wolfdog", or preferably "low-content wolfdog" instead.
User avatar #116 to #114 - mrwightproductions (09/07/2013) [-]
I only refer to it as a wolf to people I trust and dont just blurt it out like some idiot. While you seem well informed I cant take your word due to the fact you act like an ass even though you seem to be trying to inform me (if you had replied once voicing concern and reason we wouldnt be on bad terms) as well as I have no reason to believe either of us are experts on the matter. And by behavior I did not mean the things you have mentioned,why would I look for common traits of dogs to apply to wolves?
I would rather not argue but discuss things like this and you sggesting for me to do anything is more likely to work if you would agree to do so.
#118 to #116 - Dember ONLINE (09/07/2013) [-]
Telling people you trust and who presumably trust you that your malamute mix is a "wolf" is still lying about what he is.

Up to this point, I have not been rude or impolite to you in any way - but if you are using the "you didn't graciously kiss my ass when speaking to me" excuse, that's as immature as you are for preaching about your "pet wolf" and refusing to fathom the idea that your dog might be just that: a dog. Coming from someone who has studied and researched wolves, wolfdogs and hundreds of dog breeds for over ten full years, I do actually know what I am talking about regarding phenotyping and estimating wolf content level. I implore you, though - please, don't take my word for it. Just go on any wolfdog forum or even facebook group and ask if people think that animal really is "75% wolf". I guarantee that the responses would be a lot more accurate than fooling people on funnyjunk who think it's impressive to have a wonderfully-behaved "wolf".

Ignore all the evidence you want - call your dog what you want to call it; but keep this in mind as you do and sleep well knowing that, while you are claiming to love your "wolf", your denial and lies are contributing to the mistreatment, suffering, abandonment and even death of real wolves and wolfdogs.
User avatar #120 to #118 - mrwightproductions (09/07/2013) [-]
Do not treat me poorly for the simple fact you have no patience or tact. You failed to make any of your experience clear as to gain creditability. I will give you that you know more and are experienced with animals and accordingly my dog is most likely not a wolf, and thank you ever so much for thumbing me down and being the better man.
I will sleep fine at night knowing I have disgruntled a man who has ruined my mood. How did you think I would react from the way you spoke in all honesty? Fine I wont refer to himas a wolf as I do see that Iit could cause what you have said, but you use that as a weapon against other who are misinformed and put them in the wrong for not knowing any better. If you want me to know, encourage me to learn information as you did in the other comment saying their is no shame (even if you assumed I would be ashamed of having an animal other than a wolf gasp!)

User avatar #119 to #118 - mrwightproductions (09/07/2013) [-]
Alright then ill start anew before commenting further, you had no tact when telling me that it may not be a wolf. Rebardless of the fact he may not and mostmlikely is not a wolf, you approached me wrong aggrivating me so I sorry for being aggravated.
I do not believe me being misinformed and telling others information I thought to be true is considered lying.
I dont csre if he is wolf or not, the information I thought I had was related to the content. If hes not it changes nothing except what I say he is, I may have but do not recall denying the possibilty of him not being a wolf.
#109 to #18 - Dember ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
That is an Alaskan Malamute. Seriously, google "wolf" and then google "malamute" and compare them. Pretty dog, but it has no wolf characteristics whatsoever and it's not very wise to misrepresent it as such.
Learn the difference, it could save a real wolf or wolfdog's life someday when one more idiot gets one as a pet because they "met a wolf" and it "made a great pet" when it was actually a normal dog, because they couldn't tell the difference.

Pro tip: Wolves are never black and white, they don't have big white eyebrows, they don't have "sharp" contrasting facial markings, and overall they look much, much different than that.
User avatar #113 to #109 - mrwightproductions (09/05/2013) [-]
Malamutes have wide features are generally larger and the tail lifts up. This dog does not have those features
#115 to #113 - Dember ONLINE (09/06/2013) [-]
Malamutes who are not "breed standard" often do have more slender faces, including narrower muzzles. Some even have dropped tails that don't curl. The most likely explanation is that someone threw a shepherd into the mix - which traditionally have both of the traits you mentioned. Some Alaskan Malamute / German Shepherd mixes look very wolflike, like this one here. Yours is not one of them.

And there is NOTHING wrong with that. It's not shameful to have a low-content wolfdog - nor a wolfish breed of dog such as a malamute, shepherd or husky, or mix of any.
Surely you care about your dog for more than "because I want to believe he's part/mostly/all wolf", so why is it such a big deal to find out that he definitely isn't?

Be proud of your animal for what he is - not what you bought him as; not what you would like to call him, in order to somehow make him seem 'cooler' or 'more impressive'.

Just be glad he's a really good dog - because if he really was part wolf, he honestly probably would not be.
User avatar #117 to #115 - mrwightproductions (09/07/2013) [-]
A stranger telling me things in an aggresive manner is the problem, not my dog.
User avatar #39 to #18 - stonedplatypus (03/09/2013) [-]
cool. My family just got a wolf-malamute mix
User avatar #37 to #18 - pistro ONLINE (03/09/2013) [-]
He's he difficult to domesticate?
#26 - crazyolitis (03/09/2013) [-]
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#51 - forgivens (03/09/2013) [-]
Yeah. Cute.
User avatar #52 to #51 - thegentleluger (03/09/2013) [-]
Wolves can be two things
Cute or Badass
#78 to #52 - azraelthemage (03/10/2013) [-]
Don't forget insane.
#67 to #51 - anon (03/10/2013) [-]
That's gotta be one of the cutest wolf pictures I've ever seen! Look at him being bathed in blood, it's adorable!

seriously, I actually do think that picture is cute as hell
#60 to #28 - teenytinyspider (03/09/2013) [-]
That dog is on freakin' cloud nine.
User avatar #47 to #28 - threeeighteen ONLINE (03/09/2013) [-]
Good lord that thing is so ugly-cute.
#61 - teenytinyspider (03/09/2013) [-]
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#33 - chaossniper (03/09/2013) [-]
i'll take 8
#35 - jakuu (03/09/2013) [-]
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#2 - knownoday (03/09/2013) [-]
Nailed it.
#76 - PArmageddon loaded (03/10/2013) [-]
you've got corgi
User avatar #91 to #76 - YoDawgWeHeard (03/10/2013) [-]
#102 to #91 - iaintmad (03/10/2013) [-]
the **** do you want
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