Male Mid-Content Wolfdog
He is roughly 6 years old and his birthday is around February, 2018.

He is NOT on the Tour Path.

In July of 2018, a woman was surprised to observe a wolfdog wandering her farm in Arizona. Young, not-yet-named, Lobo was not aggressive or frightening in any way, and instead he began to hang around the farm animals, eventually making friends with her dog. Lobo even walked up to her cat, horses, and cows without displaying any signs that he would hurt them.

The woman began putting food out for her new guest. Over time, Lobo became so comfortable and trusting that she was able to feed him out of her hand. Although he was safe at her farm, the woman was worried that he might venture onto another person’s property where he wouldn’t be as welcome. As a result, she made the thoughtful decision to get help in finding Lobo a safe and permanent place to live. Thankfully, the amazing folks at Humane Animal Rescue and Trapping Team (HARTT) stepped in to help. The capture of Lobo was successful with the team using a drop net and luring him under it with food.

After his capture, Lobo was transported to the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (S.W.W.C.) where he stayed for almost two months in an empty bear habitat. While the center searched for permanent placement, the Rescue Coordinator at W.O.L.F. contacted Wild Spirit to see if we had an opening for Lobo. At the time, our team was actively looking for a new companion for a low-content wolfdog, Flicker, so arrangements with S.W.W.C. were made to welcome Lobo home. The rest, as they say, is history, and Lobo and Flicker have proven to be an amazing match!

Lobo has continued to be a gentle soul, enjoying a peaceful life with Flicker. His favorite activities include lounging on his cave-house, scent-rolling on enrichments, and trying to catch food in the air. The only thing he dislikes is when Flicker flirts with other males who walk by.


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