What Do You Do When A Wolfdog Pup Claims You As His Own?

What Do You Do When A Wolfdog Pup Claims You As His Own?

When a young male wolfdog suspiciously behaves as if he has claimed me as his own, what shall I do?  Seek help.  I am fully aware that my knowledge alone relative to the behaviors of wolfdogs is limited at best, and because I do not have a vast amount of experience – spanning years, I will be reaching out to ask folks who have more experience than me for their guidance.  I won’t ask just one person for their advice of something so crucial as a possessive wolfdog pup.  I am going to broaden my search to include a community of wolfdog owners for their support and guidance.  In this way, I will create for myself an encyclopedia of research that I can take apart into pieces to make it fit my particular scenario.

Life is always about learning, and we learn by asking questions.  I am quite fond of being the first one to raise my hand, in any room and say, “I am a faulty individual.”  Admitting that we are not perfect, that we have faults, is no imperfection.  It is ideal in the way that it clears space and freedom to just be “me” and puts me into the most magnificent seat of all, that of a student of life, always ready to learn at what the universe offers to me in its teachings.