I personally have worked with one wolf hybrid...Let me tell you, it's been a LONG road with her. You are absolutely correct, they are often misunderstood and the beauty of these animals is undescribable. However, they take a LOT of work. Your biggest problem will be socializing them. They don't have fear of humans per sa, but major trust issues. Building their trust will be difficult. It's not like raising dogs at all due to the wolf instincts. If you would like more information on my personal experiences with the wolf hybrid we get in boarding at my vet clinic, please let me know and I will outline how she behaved when she first started coming to us, up through how she behaves today (she boards with us at least 2-3 times per month)
On a side note, I would not recommend breeding rescues of ANY species of animal. Lack of health and behavioral histories can be deadly. Long before you start breeding, I would recommend meeting with honest breeders and asking a LOT of questions. Visit them, see their set ups, the animals temperments and how they handle them.
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