True wolf-dogs, to one degree or another, are inherently wild. It can easily be argued that true high content wolf-dogs are born with the same genetically hardwired instincts and desires as their born in the wild cousins. Due to the inherently wild nature of true wolf-dogs, ALL wolf-dog breeders, as well as ALL private and commercial wolf and wolf-dog exploiters, are guilty of violating at least three ( #2, #4, and #5) of the following animal rights:
- Freedom from hunger and thirst
- Freedom from discomfort due to environment
- Freedom from pain, injury or disease
- Freedom to express normal behavior
- Freedom from fear and distress
In spite of the desire to "properly" and "responsibly" keep them as pets and props, true wolf-dogs ("wolf hybrids") are, to one degree or another, inherently wild animals that suffer physically and psychologically in private and commercial captivity; no matter how successful the effort appears to be.
Behind the scenes of the staged "wolf" and wolf-dog photographs and videos you see in a variety of media are the uncomfortable truths of a genuine man-made travesty.