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Old 16-02-2010, 07:19   #21
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More photos:


















http://picasaweb.google.pl/imbusek2/...KIWKadzidOwie#

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Old 17-02-2010, 17:46   #22
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Hey "Szasztin" - you made really great photos !!!

Best greetings to you - go on with this.
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Old 18-02-2010, 13:16   #23
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Very very nice picturres, yuo are realy artists...

Great job...
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Old 18-02-2010, 13:36   #24
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Thank You for such nice words!!!!

Now I am thinking about more photos of wolves in four seasons. I would like to spend one day with them in spring.
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Old 29-07-2010, 09:33   #25
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How I said I had visited "my wolves". Some pictures of "summer wolves":

















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Old 29-07-2010, 11:31   #26
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Hey "Szasztin" - your "summer- wolves" are as beautiful as your photos from winter already had been.... you have a "hand" for fine photography !

In short summer coat they look a little more dog- like for my opinion...

Only the eyes have all time such typical light- yellow colour .

Not much dogs have this also , only Weimaraner regularly and Csw / Saarloos wolfdogs and some Northern breeds sometimes.

( My new Csw and his mother have - Zeus Lupus Ibericus and Emba von der Wolfsranch. - For I´m a little a fan of yellow eyes....)

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Old 29-07-2010, 20:54   #27
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Great pictures!
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some steppe wolves from kazakhstan:











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Old 10-04-2011, 13:21   #29
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Where do these pitiful, poor animals have to spend their (I wouldn't call it so) life?
Pathetic...
Please correct me if these pictures where taken during a transport in car and they normally live in a big enclosure or better, in the wild.


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The first 4 do look like they are in a crate in a car (you can see the rear window and seats in the pictures) and the other 2 look like the same crate - hopefully it was during transport to a preserve o the wild.
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Please correct me if these pictures where taken during a transport in car and they normally live in a big enclosure or better, in the wild.


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yes, they were in a car. and normally they live as majority of wolfdogs in europe.
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Thanks for your answer.
Are you serious? Do they really live in a house?
We had one of our hand raised wolves in the house for a week, because one of her legs was plastered.
It took a lot of (re)decoration after her memorable stay...

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not right in house, but in kennels. many wolfgods live so and not only wolfdogs... so there is nothing exceptional. i took these photos when they came in car to the film set (our wolfdogs were filmed in a movie together with these wolves).
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Sorry, but I find it exceptional.
But dogs are one thing. Even if I don't like to see them in a kennel. Closing wolves in a kennel, for what reasons ever, I find exceptional too.
Exceptional cruel...
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you know, all my animals live with me inside and i can't imagine that they could ever live outside in a kennel (also i understand what does it mean for a wolf as for super social animal, i had one). but 80% of people i know keep dogs outside in kennels, i mean people from different countries. this is statistics, so there is nothing to fight for.
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Originally posted by michaelundinaeichhorn:

"...But dogs are one thing. Even if I don't like to see them in a kennel."...

Yeah, that´s my opinion too ! And it is not important for me that may be
(originally posted by Morian )
..."but 80% of people i know keep dogs outside in kennels, i mean people from different countries."...

It´s sad enough if this is true.

Best greetings , Silvester alias Smartwolf alias Uli

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Old 16-04-2011, 19:22   #39
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Thanks for sharring!Very beautifull animals.I like especialy the stepa wolf.What beutifull eyes.
Morian,the stepa wolf is the same size as the european ones?
It's hard to believe that this gorgeous animal is the same with that ones in that stupid videos on youtoube in which an eagle attacks a so call wolf(smaller in size) in some asian countries.
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bogdan, i measured them and i can say that they are "in standard" 66-70 cm. but seems they have heavier bone than carpathians.
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