Batman Caretaker

Batman was born en route to Mission: Wolf in the spring of 2009 with his siblings, Oreo, Buku, and Asia. The pups and their mother, Valley Spirit, arrived at the refuge with a male wolf-dog named Talon who had been confiscated from the same property. Talon was placed in the vet building, while Valley and the pups were taken to an enclosure. When we opened the kennel, Valley almost immediately began to explore her new home, and within a few minutes discovered an old den. She cleaned out the den and, one by one, carried her pups down to it. For the next few weeks, staff did not see any of the pups, though Valley was starting to become very friendly.

When the pups finally did emerge, the staff were shocked to see what looked to be four Labrador puppies stumble out of the den. We had assumed that since he came from the same property, Talon was the pups' father. We have since attained information that the pups' father was in fact a pit bull.

Batman lived with a wolf-dog named Aurora until she retired to the director’s farm in 2014. With Aurora at the farm, Batman was in need of a new companion and we introduced him to Amulet, a female wolf-dog. The two are a perfect example of how opposites attract: Batman’s calm, go-with-the-flow demeanor compliments Amulet’s high-strung fiery energy.

Batman Caretaker

$ 25.00
Batman Caretaker

Batman Caretaker

$ 25.00
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Batman was born en route to Mission: Wolf in the spring of 2009 with his siblings, Oreo, Buku, and Asia. The pups and their mother, Valley Spirit, arrived at the refuge with a male wolf-dog named Talon who had been confiscated from the same property. Talon was placed in the vet building, while Valley and the pups were taken to an enclosure. When we opened the kennel, Valley almost immediately began to explore her new home, and within a few minutes discovered an old den. She cleaned out the den and, one by one, carried her pups down to it. For the next few weeks, staff did not see any of the pups, though Valley was starting to become very friendly.

When the pups finally did emerge, the staff were shocked to see what looked to be four Labrador puppies stumble out of the den. We had assumed that since he came from the same property, Talon was the pups' father. We have since attained information that the pups' father was in fact a pit bull.

Batman lived with a wolf-dog named Aurora until she retired to the director’s farm in 2014. With Aurora at the farm, Batman was in need of a new companion and we introduced him to Amulet, a female wolf-dog. The two are a perfect example of how opposites attract: Batman’s calm, go-with-the-flow demeanor compliments Amulet’s high-strung fiery energy.