Paul Thrasher | May 7th 2010
I would suggest neutering him if he is not already. I would have someone above mentor you that has had one. Considering what percentage wolf he may be considered a wild animal and you don’t know when that wild part is going to come out. I have raised several types of wildlife as a rehabilitator and I can tell you you should never consider a wild animal no matter which species a pet. They are just that wild. And it is unfair to keep one in captivity as a pet.
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