Hello :) Not offended of course, but it would be a little odd, heh
I posted a few on my personal blog:
Saarloos wolfdog, malamute, sibirian laika, northern inuit dog, tamaskan dog, utonagan
(Check the replies on this message because I’m sure some of my lovely followers will add some more!)
Dutch! But I speak a little German as well :)
HAHAHAHAHAHA wtf merci pour l’avertissement je pense et bonne danse pour vous aussi! Lol
A lot of people think that as long as you’re treating and training it fine and/or you get it as a pup, it will act like any other normal dog. But wolves can’t be domesticated. Sure, they can be raised and trained to some extend, but they are still wild animals and they will live their pet lives miserably and trapped. Even as you get it as a pup that was born in captivity, it will always be wild, unreliable and uncontrollable and definitely won’t act like a normal dog. Wolves will stay what they are; wild. People can’t control them. By taking a wolf as a pet, the owners will harm themselves, the wolf, and other animals and humans in their environment. Dogs have genetically adapted to a life with humans, wolves have not.
A fun way to show how the ‘wild’ part in wolves can never be tamed by humans; in experiments they compared dogs raised with minimal human contact and wolves hand-raised by humans. The dogs still understood human body language better than the wolves did.
When we try to tame mother nature, she often turns against us. In my opinion it is plain selfish to keep a wolf as a pet. I often hear people want a pet wolf because they love wolves so much. Doing so is in nó way showing your love for that animal – not even when you suggest doing the whole “I’ll give it a big enclosure with trees and a lake and other wolves and treat it perfectly fine”-crap. If you love wolves and want to treat them well; leave them be, show your love for them by letting them be wild and help protecting this species by donating money to wolf recovery programs, volunteering at wolf centers, and if you feel the need to have something that looks like a wolf; there are lots of domestic pure dog breeds that look like wolves.