At the Ranch/Jeremy's Story

Note from The Wolf Dunn: * Permission to use these photos for any other purposethan to simply view as part of The Wolf Dunn web site, is not granted without prior owner permission. Contact each owner for permission.

Go Back to Visit the Ranch Checkout other 'owners' Wolfdogs!

Would you like to share your Wolfdog's photo or story at this site? Send e-mail to ( with 'story' as subject.

'Hybrid Wolves Are Much More Than 'Pets'' by Jeremy T. Setty

I have adopted and placed wolf hybrids in the past on several occasions; my newest addition will likely now be permanent. Sequoyah (after the inventor of the Cherokee syllabary), like each of the others, was born into disgusting conditions as a creature to be poked at.

Here in the South (and possibly nationwide) there are real problems with "puppy mills" breeding these guys for a buck and selling them to whoever has the money (common sense or knowledge of wildlife not necessary.) I love wolves and hybrids, but it saddens me deeply to see them bred in captivity as pets.

As a Native American, I feel that this is another example of an unfriendly invasion and "domestication". I hope to find others of a like mind.

To learn more about Sequoyah or the author himself, e-mail ( with the word 'wolfdog' in the subject field.

Go to the top of the page