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  1. May 09,  · Fan video. Non commercial nor profit intended. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  2. AHOUSAHT - CTV's Gord Kurbis talks to an eyewitness of an encounter between a wolf and three dogs all dramatically caught on video.
  3. In demodectic mange, the mites live in the pores of the skin and cause little or no itching. The symptoms of mange include skin lesions, crusting, and fur loss. Wolves that suffer mange in the winter are in danger of freezing to death. Distemper. Canine distemper is a very contagious disease caused by a microscopic virus.
  4. Wolf Pack. The original ancestor to domestic dogs, wolves are highly social and loyal animals, forming tight-knit wolf packs that live and hunt together throughout their entire lives. About six to ten wolves comprise a wolfpack, lead by a dominate male and female.
  5. Wolves Home / Gray Wolves of Yellowstone The Job of a Wildlife Vet by Mark R. Johnson, DVM. There are many types of wildlife veterinarians. Some wildlife veterinarians work with captive animals at zoos and are zoo veterinarians. Many animals in zoos are being saved from extinction in the wild so the health of every single animal is very important.
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  7. Wolf Attacks More Myth Than Reality A politician is spinning a tale about big bad wolves, but a fact check finds that people have a greater chance of being killed by an elevator than a postpunk.nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.infoinfo: Jen Viegas.
  8. With fewer wolves in a given location they will have access to more space and to more food. Threats from other wolf packs are a common problem for them because of the battles for territory and food sources. When there is enough room to freely roam around the territories of different wolf packs may overlap somewhat.

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