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On Sunday we said our goodbyes to two of our pups. Cypress and Anya (now Tauriel) headed off to their new home at Wolf Mountain Nature Center. We’re sad to see them go but we are confident they’ll find good … Continue reading
The Twiglets are having an abundance of new experiences. The biggest is meeting their first adult wolf. Fiona had the pleasure of visiting the pups in the outdoor nursery. At the sight of them, Fiona turned into ‘a big puddle … Continue reading
On Saturday we celebrated the birthdays of all the animals at Wolf Park in one celebration. Past parties have been celebrated with a variety of cakes and presents. This year we decided to try something different and made all the … Continue reading
The Twiglets’ facial markings are starting to emerge. They are developing white and black patches which will soon grow more distinct. Cypress looks as though he’ll have very striking markings. Energy levels and coordination continue to improve. The pups play … Continue reading
Surprise! And you thought five puppies was a large litter. Now we have seven! What’s going on? The wonderful people at Wolf Mountain Nature Center have donated two pups to us. Their wolves, Sequoyah and Dyani, produced a small litter … Continue reading
The puppies have progressed to being on the same nap and feeding schedule. Rather than awakening one by one, they now all awaken at the same time, demand food, wrestle with each other, then fall back asleep. They’re awake for … Continue reading
As of Monday, every puppy has opened their eyes! Anya was first to see the world. Aspen took the longest. Despite their eyes being open, vision is still forthcoming. The puppies can see a few inches in front of their … Continue reading
The votes are tallied at last! The voting was fierce and people had STRONG feelings about the names they liked, and the names they didn’t. But at long last we can introduce you to Timber’s first litter. THE BOYS CYPRESS … Continue reading
What a difference a day can make! When pulled from the den, the pups were only crawling. By the next day they were attempting to stand. They would gather their legs under their bellies, rise, and then tumble over. And … Continue reading