Freedom’s Song Wolf Rescue works throughout the state to save a very special group of dogs.
STALKING AROUND HIS rural Oklahoma enclosure, golden eyes blazing and sleek kohl fur rippling, Koa isn’t just beautiful, he’s a symbol of the complicated relationship between man and nature.
Humans long have attempted to tame every aspect of the world around them, whether plants and animals or entire bodies of water. But the inescapable pall of modernity has left some desperate for a connection to the time before technology, when man and beast were wild and free. As a result, demand for wolf-dog hybrids like Koa has grown in recent years. And a corresponding increase in uneducated owners who can’t or won’t care for their dogs keeps groups like Freedom’s Song Wolf Rescue at capacity on a regular basis.
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