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I love a wolfs face, looks so smart and beautiful.

Have you ever looked into the eyes of a wolf? Or a canine with more wolf than dog? You will never find a soul as beautiful, as pure as that of a wolf.

Inside each of us are two wolves.  One is good.  It is joy, peace, love, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.  The other is ego-driven, pulling lower attractor patterns onto us and those around us.  WHICH WOLF WINS? THE ONE YOU FEED MOST!

Inside each of us are two wolves. One is evil. Which wolf wins? The one you feed most.

This was a Request

The giant wolf Fenrisúlfr is the son of the god Loki and the giantess Angrboða, which makes him the brother of the serpent Jörmungand and the goddess Hel.

—his wolves listened better than anyone ever did.

Inspiring picture animal, beauty, black and white, cute. Find the picture to your taste!

Bonito Lobo

Timber Wolf Portrait Art Print by Tony Beck

sole ancestor of the dog, which was first domesticated in the Middle East. Dogs are the wolf's closest relative (the genetic divergence between gray wolves & dogs is only as opposed to over between gray wolves, Ethiopian wolves & coyot.

Acts like a husky but looks like and is as big as a wolf! Best dogs Ever! This will be my dog one day!

And that is the way you do it fellas! Getting a puppy and a husband in one day?… <<<<this is how to propose to me

Dear future boyfriend, If you propose with a puppy, I WILL say yes. Even the perfect dog!

Love like a female wolf

Love like a female wolf

it amazes me what will pass as "fact." The white wolf is a more dominate animal the 2 brown ones are subordinate. A female (or even male) has no reasons to protect the throat of a "victom" wolf. I also believe these are all males based on size.

Just because everything's shit now.

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Postures & Behaviors

metazoa-etcetera: “ Wolves display an extremely strict, complex social hierarchy within their packs - much of which is expressed through relatively advanced communication through body language.