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We are a Husband and Wife whom have fallen deeply in love with our Wolfdog companions. We live in the mountains of Southern Oregon and provide a natural home for our wolf pack. Our wolfdogs have 5 acres fenced and enjoy swimming in the pond, splashing in the creek, and running through the forest. Breeding occurs every winter and the pups are then born in the spring. The pups are kept in our bedroom so that we can make sure each pup is getting the nutrition they need as well as receiving hands on care for early socialization. Our wolfdogs are fed an exceptional diet consisting of raw meat, bones, raw goats milk, and Acana kibble to foster strong genetics amongst our Wolf Pack family tree. We socialize our Wolf Pups from an early age, making it easy for them to transition into their new family's home when they are of age. Our pups are immersed in the Puppy Culture Program and we track each pups progress to ensure they reach their developmental milestones. Please reach out to us with any questions about our breeding program, as we are proud to share.
Our bloodlines have been intentionally bred for generations, resulting in offspring with excellent temperament, health, and physical attributes. Our Pack has been Embark DNA tested and have zero health risks associated with their genetic markers. Maze and Waya are both OFA Hips and Elbows tested.
We take the health of the newborn pups very seriously. The Wolfdog Pack receives annual deworming treatment and vaccinations. Our mommy Wolfdogs are given a dewormer prior to pregnancy, after birth and then on schedule with the pups at 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 6 weeks, and 8 weeks. The pups receive their first vaccination while in our care at 6 weeks. Pups are raised in the house free from pests and parasites.
Our goal is to capture the beauty and majestic spirit of the Wolf into a highly trainable companion. Our wolfdogs make excellent family pets and bed-time snugglers. Our wolfdogs have been great around children.
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