DISLIKES ~ Understandably, Draco isn’t the biggest fan of tours. We can’t blame him – not everyone wants to be the center of attention in a crowd of people!
DRACO’S HISTORY ~ When we first heard of Draco, he was named Koda and he was living as a pet in Colorado. He was only 2 years old, and although his owners loved him, Draco’s natural behaviors were becoming a problem for them. Like any wolf or high-content wolf-dog, Draco has a song to sing, and he would howl loudly throughout the day and night. It wasn’t long before the neighbors had had enough and complained to Animal Control. Eventually, Animal Control gave Draco’s owners two options: rehome him or we will confiscate him. Desperate to provide a good life for their beloved wolf-dog, his owners reached out to various sanctuaries to see if anyone could help him.
Soon Draco’s story had made
Once in Colorado, Crystal and Ramon instantly saw how much Draco’s owners cared for him and wanted the best for their wolf-dog. Like any animal of his kind, caring for him was more challenging than caring for a dog. But he wasn’t aggressive, or painfully shy, or prone to escape like other wolf-dogs we’ve met. After a meet-and-greet, he loaded up in the van without issue and our team prepared to make the trip home.
Draco left Colorado and his old life behind, and he also left his name there, too. Draco was previously known as “Koda”, but we already had animals named Kota, Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota. Too much “