When a wolf and dogs meet, what comes to your mind? You might be guessing the poor pets might get attacked. It’s no surprise as wolves are usually depicted as villains especially in cartoon series when we were young.
But this story of a wild wolf and doggies is one of a kind. And I am pretty sure it will totally melt your heart.
It was during the winter season of 2003 when this unbelievable relationship between a wolf and pet dogs started. People living on the outskirts of Juneau were surprised to witness a rare form of connection between a wild animal and a domestic pet. Who would have thought wolves could tolerate a peaceful interaction with other animals anyway?
So at first, the residents couldn’t believe that a jet black wolf would be so friendly with their pets. The animal just came out of the snow one day and appeared to long for humans and dogs affection.
Because of the relaxed and tolerant appearance of the wolf, the people’s fear slowly vanished. You might be wondering how sure they were that the animal wouldn’t attack anytime, right? Well, you have to know what happened when he was initially discovered by a couple living in the area.
How the wolf’s first interaction with a dog started
It was just a regular day when a resident who happened to be a wildlife photographer, Nick Jans, saw animal tracks in front of their house. Curious, he looked out from his window and saw a huge animal figure standing from afar.
So he took his skis and went on to find the creature. And at last, he finally reached the animal’s location. But what was it?
Living in the Arctic for more than two decades, Nick knew that he was looking at a young wolf. However, this one’s not like the others. It was relatively relaxed, tamed, and tolerant.
What’s more interesting is, the animal, which was later on identified to be an Alexander Archipelago wolf, wanted to make friends with him. Additionally, the creature also showed interest in interacting with Nick’s pets.
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