Indigo Mountian

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Biologists such as Adolph Murie, Gordon Haber and David Mech have studied free ranging wild wolves throughout North America for decades. Scientists have also thoroughly studied captive-born wolves since Rudolph Schenkel began his studies in the 1940s, however very little research has been done on wolfdogs.  So we began a long-term Wolfdog project at Indigo Mountain in 2006 which focuses on development, social behaviors, learning, training, and nutrition. Our studies are carried out through observation  and documentation and use no aversive methods or invasive procedures.  It is our hope that the information gathered will help wolfdog owners gain a greater understanding of their companion animals and raise the bar in animal care and husbandry.

This petite little girl is a verified 87% F4 wolfdog. Yepa eagerly climbs in laps, scent rolls and slobbers all over everyone. She is lovingly referred to as one of the Beaver Twins as she and Shamus are very adept at shredding any log or tree in the vicinity.


High Content Wolfdog

Born 2008