Our wolves are the eastern timber wolf (lycaon), this was the first gray wolf species to be identified in North America in 1775. Status: endangered. They live in Southeastern Canada and the Eastern US. They have a wide range of colors. Usually an upside down crown on top of the head. The Eastern Canadian wolf. They are a distinct species not a subspecies. This species is known to have a pink stripe down their nose, it has to do with the area they originated from .
Colors they come in.
Light and dark colors because of the
snow and trees
Gray,Dark/gray, White , Off white, Black
ARCTIC/TIMBER MALE , CANADIAN
FEMALE . THEY ARE OVERLY BIG. WITH
THE MARKINGS OF THE CANADIAN .
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ARCTIC/TIMBERS - mine are 99% wolf / very big, the biggest next to the McKenzie. Silent giants too. Good babies. Easiest to train, calm, quiet, and big. makes a good service and rescue/search animal because they like to work. But they also can be calm and quiet. They are outstanding creatures. The way you tell a timber is by the big head and batty decode ears. They can come white, black but mostly gray. They cost more because of there size. The real timber.
OLDER CUBS CAN
BOND WITH YOU TOO . IF THE WOLF HAVE
BEEN RAZED IN THE HOME LIKE MINE .
JUST THE RIGHT AGE TO START
TRAINING AND TOO PLAY WITH .
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Deposits : All deposits and extra services are NOT REFUNDABLE. We are taking care of this animal . Why you pay it off. Also passing up potential buyers for it . No Refunds no matter what . this is a business .
SALES are FINAL
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To help you make a decision on which type of wolf you may want we thought we would give you an idea of what the average size of our wolves are:
Yes they really get that big . If feed right, given vitamins and wormed on a regular basses . also the right shots. pregnant mothers have to be treated right too . come see are wolves .
Timber/arctic: 48" at the middle of the back 300 to 350 lbs.
Arctic/Tundra: 36" at the middle of the back 250 lbs.
Buffalo Wolf : 48" at the middle of the back 300 lbs.
Arctic/McKenzie Arctic: 48" at the middle of the back 300 lbs.
Usually females are about 20% to 50% smaller than males.
Classification: Canus Lupus, The Grey Wolf, also known as the Timber.
Meet the babies: older BABIES .
BIG BEN ( BOTTOM PHOTO ) . MCKENZIE/ARCTIC'S .
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Grey Feather Arctic/Timber's the largest type
GRAY FEATHER- pregant . THEY ARE DIFFERENT COLORS OF GRAY .
Let's meet the babies... older babies
ICE CREAM -
MORE CUBS : GRAY FEATHERS
They are lovable and sweet. Our breeds are:
ARCTIC TIMBER McKenzie VALLEY ARCTIC