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We are no longer breeding or selling bobcats, lynxes, or wolfdogs as pets.  If you are planning to bring a bobcat or lynx kitten or a wolfdog pup into your life, and feel you are equipped to provide a good home, we would be happy to recommend some responsible breeders for you to contact.  We will be involved with rescues of wildlife and exotic pets when needed.  If we know of animals in need of foster or permanent homes, they will be posted on the available page. If you are interested in being a foster or permanent home please contact us.

Wonder Why we call her spooky?

 

 

Moon

 

Storm

 

Hunter

 

 

Koya


Spooky?  And I just thought I was Goofy!

 

Spooky


Muh Hubia

(Shoshone for Moon Song)

2006 Moon x Koya pup

Moon, Koya, Muh Hubia & Sister at play


Sierra


 

Moonshine

According to our research, Arctics get to be as much as 175 pounds and can live 17-18 years in captivity (averaging 7-10 years in the wild). They generally have smaller ears than grey wolves, which help the animals maintain body heat. Arctic wolves (Canis lupus arctos) inhabit some of the most inhospitable terrain in the world.  These wild canines only live in the area along the northern edge of the North American continent and northward to the North Pole, as well as along the eastern and northern shores of Greenland. Able to tolerate years of sub-zero temperatures, up to five months of darkness a year, and weeks without food, the arctic wolf lives in one of the few places on earth where it is safe from man, the greatest threat of all.  Due to their isolation from humans, they donít have the natural fear of man that wolves from more populated areas have.   Because Arctic wolves haven't dealt with humans as much as their gray counterparts have, they react in a specific way, should a human appear within their range. While most grey wolves seek safety either in attack or in flight, an Arctic wolf may simply stand still and stare.   A very warm thanks to Lynn Savage in Texas for providing us with this remarkable boy when he was four months old.