Isis-The best wolf 2004-2008)

Alaskan Husky
Picture of Isis-The best wolf 2004-2008), a female Alaskan Husky

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Home:Auburn, WA  
Sex: Female   Weight: 100+ lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-part feral

February 2nd 2004

Chasing things and running and playing with her brother and other dogs

Me leaving her!!! Being called 'Feral', Me giving another dog priority over her, being too hot

Favorite Toy:
Currently a ducky she stole from a neighbor and I put a squeaker in it

Favorite Food:
Chicken and she STILL hates being called 'Feral' on Dogster cuz of wolf blood

Favorite Walk:
Lost/Echo lake hike. Yes, they wear their own backpacks

Best Tricks:
Double Down (with her brother both fall flat in sync) - Wolf hybrids are NOT 'feral' - duh, if she's a pet she's not wild or brutal which is the definition of feral.

Arrival Story:
Update: Oct 29, 2008, the greatest wolf-dog in the world was found dead in the ditch across the highway. My heart is broken and that is all I can say. Except that the day before I went to and signed up and got a ton of leads. If you lose your dog this service is worth the money!!! Isis was the most full-of-life dog I ever knew and I've never lost a pet before their time. I'm crushed but know that surely she must be in a better place. I'll miss and mourn her forever though. I'm currently looking for a suitable memorial and trying to think of a short enough epitaph that can describe her and what I feel about her... and what Ra and Lee and Maggie all feel for her. Update: Isis has been missing as of Oct 13, 2008. I'm desperately looking for her but she disappeared a few hours before we had to travel to Europe for 2 weeks. She disappeared between Auburn and Enumclaw and must be injured, dead or stolen to not have come home. She is tagged and microchipped. If you have any info there is a reward. She is my life, my daughter, what more can I say? I traveled a lot but my neighbor was a breeder of wolf hybrids, 75% wolf/25% husky. I watched some pups that he kept or neighbors had adopted grow up and when the final litter was born my b/f suggested we take 2 and we could still travel because Heath would dogsit and they would keep each other company. I chose Isis at about a week and a half old. She was so much faster and smarter and more affectionte than the other pups at that tender age. I started bringing her home for visits at 2 weeks and permanently at 3 weeks but I carried them or walked them next door to nurse off their mom 3 times a day until 7 weeks or so. Her brother was chosen at 3 weeks, we knew we wanted a tan male because Isis was black and female, there were 3 to choose from. We chose well.

Isis and her brother Ra have gotten me through the hardest time in my life and I'm sure I wouldn't be alive without them now. They are my children, my best friends and the best things in the world. I can be with them 24 hours a day and be happy (and used to do exactly that, I'm down to 16hrs a day with them now) - I could never do that with a human!

Forums Motto:

I'm a WOLF:
I'm NOT Feral!!! Have I said it enough? Why dogster put that I'm 'part feral' just because mom checked the box that says I'm part coyote or wolf does not mean I'm wild or brutal which, according to Mirriam Webster, is the definition of feral. Grrrrrrrrr. Get with the program Dogster. If I'm moms pet then I'm obviously not wild!!! Sheesh!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 2nd 2008 More than 8 years!

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