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Socialization of the Honey Wolf
Because of their good-natured temperament and non-predatory nature they live harmoniously with all other living creatures.  In fact Honey Wolves will not be attacked or harmed by any other living thing.  Furthermore Honey Wolves have been known to protect and look after other animals including fawns, coyotes, other wolves, wild boar, bunnies, kittens, chicks and any other animal in need of assistance. These protective attributes were also effective in the development of the Maremma Sheepdog which is the only other breed descended from the Honey Wolf.   Honey Wolves have also been observed attempting to retrieve and rescue pheasants which were taken down by hunters. 

In one scientific study, a vicious Rotweiler, named "Fluffy",  was genetically altered to retain the Honey Wolf non-predator gene and the results exceeded the expectations of the entire genetic research community .  The Rotweiler’s aggressive tendencies totally vanished and he became as gentle as a bunny rabbit.  The live bunnies that he would formerly attack and eat would now become his friends.

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Baby Jaime socializes with a local Coyote named Casey.
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Jaime asks a fawn if she is ok. Fawns instinctively wait for their Moms in a concealed motionless manner.  The mother deer will always return to her young so please if you discover a fawn like this do not assume it is orphaned or abandoned and remove them.   
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Katie comforts a fawn until her mother returns from feeding.
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Katie and Jaime adopt another lost wolf cub.
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Katie looks after a baby chick.
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The dreaded Connecticut Swamp Boar, the most vicious and reviled among all beasts, tells Jaime secretly that he is just misunderstood.

Note - Some animals are dangerous if provoked or will attack if they feel threatened (such as a mother bear with her cubs) The Swamp Boar however will attack for no reason at all. 
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Katie and Jaime with pheasants that they tried to rescue.  Katie and Jaime think that the birds are just sleeping and would be devastated if they knew the truth.
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One of Santa's Reindeer stop by to say hello to Katie.
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A young Katie with her Uncle Carl, the killer Rotweiler
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The Maremma Sheepdog is the only other Breed derived from The Honey Wolf.  Notice the similarities in appearance.
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Jack the rabbit and "Fluffy" the genetically altered Rotweiler 
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Most of all the Honey Wolves love each other very much.

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Honey Wolves love little kids.
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Katie attempts to rescue a boy playing on the train tracks -- then she realized that the boy is in no imminent danger.

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A Maremma looks after a little lamb. 

Notice again the similarity in appearance of the Maremma and the Honey Wolves.  This particular dog is Katie's distant cousin named Sadie

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Revised: January 07, 2006