They get raw chicken along with having two free feeders full of kibble. However they can not just eat any old kibble. It has to be a kibble that is high in fat and protein and does not have corn, soy or wheat in it. They're stomach's can not handle it.
I think what's most worrisome about all of that is that even some people that have them don't get their facts straight. I have an aunt with a few low content hybrids - class II wildlife breeder's license for the state, kept in a roofed and double-fenced enclosure per state regulations, etc. etc. - and I still wouldn't refer people to her for good information.Oh goodness gracious, there's so much information out there about canine hybrids (wolf hybrids in particular) and way too much of it is misleading or incorrect. I know someone who used to own a few and still (I think) works at a sanctuary for them. I can try to get you their contact information or straight information from them if you'd like. I still remember a fair bit about wolf hybrids specifically as well, if you have any specific questions.
Both are very high content. We're talking F1 98% so they act like wolves.How do you find their behavior compared to dogs? Did they inherit any of the dog or are they very much wolfy in their behavior? Did you need special licensing to keep them?
I believe you! That wasn't meant to be disparaging of your knowledge or the knowledge the person you know at all, just a general cautionary tale.@Liminal The person I know really knows her stuff. She's not a run of the mill person who is involved cause they're 'cool'. She has literally dedicated her life and style of living around protecting, preserving, and educating (as well as dispelling myths and correcting misinformation). Of course, no matter who I speak to I take what I hear with a grain of salt. It helps when someone also gives you credible resources to back up their experiences and information.