Spend The Day With Hybrid Wolves At Howling Woods Farm In Jackson, New Jersey

While there are no wolves in the wild in New Jersey, we are home to a variety of hybrids. Coywolves are coyote-wolf hybrids that are around twice the size of coyotes, with larger jaws and bigger muscles. Wolfdogs are wolf-dog hybrids and can be kept as pets in the Garden State.

While they can be loyal, friendly, intelligent, affectionate animals, they can also be rambunctious, protective, and destructive. They need frequent exercise and do best with experienced dog owners who have the time to care for them. Wolfdogs can make for loving pets, but those considering adoption should be patient, confident, and aware of the challenges of raising a wolf hybrid.

The best way to experience these very special creatures is by visiting a rescue organization. Howling Woods Farm in Jackson, New Jersey is a 501(c)(3) public charity that rescues and places domestic bred wolves, wolfdog hybrids, and northern breeds.

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I wouldn’t want to miss this incredible New Jersey destination! Interested in a visit? Click here to learn more about meeting the wolfdogs. To see purebred wolves in action, also visit the Lakota Wolf Preserve.

Address: 1371 W Veterans Hwy, Jackson Township, NJ 08527, USA