Are There Any Pure Wolf Puppies For Sale In FL?

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Jennifer Reddell Profile
I have owned wolves for most of my life and my family breeds them for our friends and other tribe member (as I am part Cherokee).  Let me settle any disputes about wolf behavior.  They are untampered with so their hunting instincts are intact,  If you own their natural food source such as chickens, rabbits, etc, they will tend to be curious and want to hunt.  However, the most important thing to a wolf is its pack and making the alfa happy.  If you establish yourself as the alfa of the pack and teach them that your chickens and rabbits, etc are pack members, they will not only leave them alone, they will defend them from other predators.  I currently have a 4 month old son and the alfa female (who are the leaders of the pack by the way) absolutely loves him.  She will lick his face and nozzle him as if he were one of her cubs.  She keeps the other members of the pack from playing too rough with him or even around him.  My son has slept next to them many times and loves watching them play.  I also own cats, and chihuahuas and they are treated no different by my wolves.  Just remember, they don't need you to survive.  They choose to be with you if they deem you worthy.  I live on 35 acres of land next to the Cherokee National Forest here in Tennessee.  There is no fence around my yard.  Yet my animals - all of them - come back to my house almost every night.  One last little tid bit: We have a few pure bred artic wolves that were given to our tribe because they could not be returned to the wild.  They have thrived down here in this climate for over 12 years.  Wolves are very smart and adaptable. The only difference between them and the native breeds is the artics tend to shed more in the spring and spend more time swimming to deal with the heat.  If you are truly serious about getting a wolf, do your research to make sure your are ready for your new cub.  They grow fast and learn quickly.  Train with respect, not violence.  They will want to please the pack leader.  Show them what you expect of them and reward them with love and approval when they succeed.  For me personally, the worst I have ever had to do when I have no choice but to discipline was to put my first alfa on a cable in the back yard for 10 minutes of time out.  After that, I had no trouble with her trying to eat my front door knob when she wanted to go out.  She taught the rest for me.  If you have any questions about owning a wolf, feel free to email me at [email protected]  I will be happy to share information with you and pictures of some of the pack.
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Anonymous answered
Your wrong, 75% and below are legal, anything over 75% you must have a class II wildlife permit
www.wolfdogalliance.org are good breeders in florida
www.cypresscreekwolves.com
www.seacrestwolfpreserve.org
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Anonymous answered
FLORIDA:   

Florida does not regulate hybrid cats, meaning, wild X domestic crosses.  Any hybrid that is Wild X Wild cross is considered wild and we will regulate.

Florida does regulate the Wolf X Dog crosses if the Dog genetics are 25% or less.
I copied this from the state law records on Hybrids.
thanked the writer.
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Anonymous commented
Then you'v copied it off something fake! Because I run a wolf breeding service and the percentage of wolf breed allowed into the dogs is at 74% not 25% !
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richard Leonard answered
My father worked on a farm for a man who had a wolf, my father said that it was a beautifull animal, VERY quiet tho! There were so many times that the wolf would be sitting right next to my father while he was working on the fence and my father would only notice the wolf once he stood up...said the thing scared the [email protected]#$ out of him..LOL
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Hello, I live in florida and there are many places you can find wolf cubs at in florida. But, in florida it is illegal to have more than 50% wolf in your dog. But it is fine, as long as you don't get caught =]
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Brandon Spokes answered
First of all, wolves are not the bloodthirsty predators that everyone makes them out to be. They rarely ever attack humans, the only exception being extreme starvation. Wolves don't usually hunt big game, either. They mostly hunt rabbits and other small to medium-sized game. There are so many misconceptions about wolves these days, it's sad. The bond between a wolf and its human counterpart, not "owner", as so many have mistakenly called themselves, can grow to extraordinary heights. Some people even get to a point where the two can communicate each other's emotions and feelings. This bond is especially strong if the wolf is raised from a pup. Also, never try to train or control a wolf. They pretty much do whatever they please, as far as eating and sitting on furniture go. Other than that, they usually will go to the bathroom outside on their own. Keep them occupied with toys and play with them regularly, with the occasional wrestling match or tug-of-war, and they will most likely not tear up the house. Temperatures are important, as higher temperatures can be very uncomfortable or even detrimental to health. The best living conditions will most likely be in he north. If you must have a wolf as a companion, I suggest adopting one from a wildlife reserve or pound that may have one. Keep in mind, though, there will most likely be a lot of permits and paperwork involved.
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Wild animal ownership is highly regulated in all states. You will need permits to even legally purchase a wild animal. And why would you want a wild animal. Wolves are not domesticated in any way. An adult wolf will not be the same as owning a dog and will be aggressive. It would not be able to live in your home as a family pet.
Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
You have to be so careful about wolves, they are naturally suspicious about EVERYTHING THAT MOVES!!!! You don't really want one in the climate that you are in either. I would strongly recommend that you move to a climate that the animal can more healthily take. WHY would you want a dog that is climated for -20, and make him live in a climate of +90? I hardly think that that is fair to the animal. Sorry.
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Thank you Potninja, thank you. These people are, and I use the term loosely, morons. You can train a wolf pretty well, but never use force with one because everytime it lets you (and I mean lets you) win, it's working out how strong you are and /will/ one day turn on you.

So, don't use force, keep occupied and if you have a pack of dogs already, it should be no problem. Especially if you keep one of the dogs as alpha, and make sure that the wolf is always at the bottom of the heap.
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Check local laws.  Some states do not recognize a wolf as able to be domesticated (and I do not believe they ever can fully be), and as such, special licenses and enclosures must be provided.  Further, you run some serious risks.  They ARE natural predators, and instincts are close to the surface.  If one attacks someone, then you could be looking at losing every thing you own.
 
A friend of mine had one until heart-worms killed it recently.  Beautiful beast.  But when he looked at you with those golden eyes... It gave you the creepy crawlies.  You KNEW he was sizing you up as an appetizer.  About once a year or so, a male wolf will also challenge you for dominance.  Tom literally had to take the wolf on, and beat it good.  Then Tom would have to hump it and establish dominance, just like they do in the wild.  The wolf would then be cool for a while, but in a yr or so... You could never know for sure when he would turn.
 
I thought it was a gorgeous animal... But would never ever own one.  The only way you could be safe, liability-wise, is keeping it caged, and I would not do that to an animal.

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