Peek Into The Pack Blog

Wolf-Dog Ownership: U.S. Regulations and Laws

Brian Adkins with wolfdog rescue, Kaya

Article by Jared Kain-Woods

July 31, 2020

This article has been removed due to inaccuracies.

You May Also Like…
Four New Rescues!

Four New Rescues!

The months of April and May have been filled with non-stop activity for the Wild Spirit Team, with each day bringing...

Closed Through July, 2021

Closed Through July, 2021

We're sorry to say that we won't be open to the public before August, 2021, at the earliest. Our Executive Director,...


  1. Alex

    Hi there, any idea on your part, what might happen when bringing a european breed named Saarloos Wolfdog to the US. They are about 30 % wolf. Are they considered wild animals, wolves or domsticated, like they are in Europe ?

    • Jared Kain-Woods

      Hi Alex! Saarloos are considered to be a domestic dog. Wolf was reintroduced into their bloodline long enough back that the influence of that reintroduction is relatively moot. There are a couple of other dog breeds that had wolf reintroduced in “recent” history that are also considered domestic dogs even if “wolf dog” is in their name. This has lead to the community to call them other nicknames to avoid confusion.

      I hope this helps!!!!