Kenai’s story is the prime example of why about 80 percent of wolfdogs in the United States are euthanized by the age of three. A family who owned what they previously thought was a high content wolf dog, but was really a low content wolf dog, requested “another” high content wolf dog from their breeder. Along comes Kenai: a true high content wolf dog who proceeded to eat part of their house and even some of the vacuum cleaner, for example, because he was bored or his bonded human pack member was not with him. Though he was greatly loved, the family decided his life would be better at Wolf Connection. As a high content, Kenai is very shy around new people. It takes time to nurture a relationship with him. What a privilege it is to gaze into his golden eyes once he begins to trust. The journey to bond with Kenai is one of patience and nurturing.
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