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In recent years, wolf-hybrids have gained popularity as a trend pet. While these hybrid animals are beautiful, they often require much more responsibility than a typical dog.

Wolfdog parents end up overwhelmed and underprepared for the challenges that come along with caring for such active and cunning animals, which leads wolf-hybrids to be surrendered to sanctuaries, or worse … abandoned in the streets. The latter was the case when Hope For Paws received a call about an usual rescue.

Rescuers were told that a wolf-hybrid had been spotted walking down the streets of South Central, Los Angeles, looking very sick and disoriented.

Upon hearing the desperate situation, the team raced into action. These amazing volunteers were not only able to rescue this abandoned pup, but also nurse her back to health. Now named Julia, she is well on her way to making an incredible transformation.


Julia is still in recovery, and it will likely be a while until she is able to be adopted into a loving home. The good news is that Julia is in the experienced hands of the Hope for Paws team and we are sure she will get the special home she needs.
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Responses to "Lost in the streets of L.A., a very Sick and Disoriented Wolf-Hybrid is Rescued"

  1. farahm09 says:

    God..bless..those...guys.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for loving and caring enough to help this beautiful animal...

  3. When she's available for adoption, please let me know. Lovethislife42@Hotmail.com
    My long time wolfy just passed and I'm looking for a girl to rescue. I would love to give this girl a good life ❤

  4. Great Save......So happy Julia is on her road to recovery! Holding intention for her to find her forever home <3

  5. Thanks for the incredible help. No living creature is a trend, fashion or toy.

  6. Anonymous says:

    thank yous and bless yous!!!!!!!!

  7. So lovely to hear and see the good that you beautiful people do .for these poor lost furbabies....I admire you all.

  8. So thankful he is rescued. and has someone to take care of him.

  9. I'd take him in my home anytime.. I am ready to take a dog again. My last one broke my heart... it's been a couple of years now, and I swore I'd never go through it again. it's time.

  10. roofdog13 says:

    poor thing...he does look so sad.

  11. Linda says:

    Thank you

  12. Sabra says:

    Hope she recovers soon. Wolf hybrids take a lot of attention, but the loyalty and love they give are well worth it.. I miss my baby, he has been gone for 16 yrs and took my heart with him. A great 11 years.

  13. Anonymous says:

    What a beautiful animal, thank you for helping/saving her. I wish her a speedy recovery and a wonderful life!

  14. Anonymous says:

    That poor baby! You can just see the sadness and despair in her eyes. Thank you so much for taking care of her. I hope she gets healthy again.

  15. We would love to have her.How old is she? Please don't spay her she will be loved as she is.I can't believe people are jerks and so stupid. How would they feel if they were done like this?

  16. I may be interested although an older male hybrid or wolf might be better for my situation, I have a twelve year old female Arctic wolf/hybrid, whose mate passed away and she is very lonely. She would probably accept a male but not a female into her territory. I've had over thirty years experience raising wolves. And I own 8 acres in the woods of Washington

  17. Gente boa ...

  18. Unknown says:

    God bless you all for saving this beautiful animal.

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