A timber wolf hybrid is the offspring of any domesticated dog that is crossbred with a timber wolf. Such crossbreeds require a very skilled hand to raise and are not recommended for most owners. More »

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Timber wolves are wild animals and there is, as of 2015, no such thing as a breed of pure timber wolf. However, there are breeds of wolfdogs, such as the wolamute, that use timber wolves as a base for wolf-like domestica... More »

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Timber wolves, or gray wolves, are the largest of the canine species. They are highly social animals who live in packs of two or more. Wolves are one of the most far-roaming migratory animals, inhabiting several continen... More »

Wolf puppies eat more than dog puppies. Wolf puppies eat 2 to 3 pounds a day, while dog puppies eat less than 1 pound. Both animals should eat three meals a day. More »

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The gray wolf slightly resembles a large German shepherd, and its coat color is typically a mixture of gray, white and brown, though some wolves have solid coat colors of white, brown and black. Wolves are 3 to 5 feet lo... More »

A young wolf is called a pup. The average number of pups born at once is between four and six. This is the litter, and the siblings are called litter mates. More »

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A wolf-like howl can be achieved by cupping the hands over the mouth and emitting a sustained and high-pitched sound. The sound must come from deep within and the head must be pointed skywards. More »

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