They are very big, the second largest next to the McKenzie. They are referred to as the silent giants. These are very easy to train because they are calm and quiet. They make a good service and rescue/search animal because they like to work.
They are outstanding creatures. The way you tell a timber is by the big head and batty decode ears.
Average Size of Our Wolves at Maturity:
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 Artic: 48" at the middle of the back 300 lbs.
Usually females are about 20% to 50% smaller than males.
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