I have never left the wolfdogs alone for more than a few hours. There was always someone home when I had to leave for most of the day. I need to travel to the southern part of Mexico tomorrow and will not see them for five days.😢 There's no way around this since they can't make the 2000+ mile one way trip with me, just not possible. I'll be a nervous wreck but this trip is absolutely necessary to fulfill some of my plans which include buying a larger property for us. 🙏. Although I did find a good dog sitting option for my two other dogs, it was not an option for the wolfdogs. Fortunately I have made new friends here in Mexico that are willing to help. Someone will stay at my place during my absence to feed them and to keep and eye on things. ❤️
Wolves have only one breeding season per year – in the winter. They have their puppies in late April or early May. They have their puppies in an underground hole, or den. There are usually four to six puppies in a litter. The puppies grow up fast and are their adult size by the end of their first winter. They are grown up by the time they are two years old.
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