Daisy Caretaker

Daisy came to us from the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. She was found wandering the streets as a pup, and was taken in by a caring couple. Daisy matured into a beautiful Gray wolf and shows little dog behavior or appearance. As Daisy matured, she also became independent and was not a typical pet. The family adapted for over four years, but when her owner became pregnant, Daisy started challenging her for the dominant position. It was at this time that the family knew they had to find Daisy a new home.

Daisy arrived at Mission: Wolf in 2006. At first, she had little idea how to relate to other wolves because she was raised with dogs in Virginia. She was very rough and dominated her first two mates, who were both hot headed male wolves around people, but Daisy knew how to put them in their place and yet still be gentle around her caretakers.

In 2013, we introduced her to a timid male named Fenris, who Daisy has been able to calmly share her time with. She has gained confidence and now comes up to the fence regularly to greet our staff members.

Daisy Caretaker

$ 25.00
Daisy Caretaker

Daisy Caretaker

$ 25.00
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Daisy came to us from the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. She was found wandering the streets as a pup, and was taken in by a caring couple. Daisy matured into a beautiful Gray wolf and shows little dog behavior or appearance. As Daisy matured, she also became independent and was not a typical pet. The family adapted for over four years, but when her owner became pregnant, Daisy started challenging her for the dominant position. It was at this time that the family knew they had to find Daisy a new home.

Daisy arrived at Mission: Wolf in 2006. At first, she had little idea how to relate to other wolves because she was raised with dogs in Virginia. She was very rough and dominated her first two mates, who were both hot headed male wolves around people, but Daisy knew how to put them in their place and yet still be gentle around her caretakers.

In 2013, we introduced her to a timid male named Fenris, who Daisy has been able to calmly share her time with. She has gained confidence and now comes up to the fence regularly to greet our staff members.