While you’re out there being hungry like the wolf we’re revisiting the episode where we talk about real wolves! We are off on an adventure to discover the facts behind the beautiful, mysterious, carnivores, wolves! As a special bonus, we’re talking to Vee from The Dog Guru podcast, about what the distant relatives of the wolf, or domestic dogs, have in common (or not!) with their ancestors.
But first, the news!
We have a new segment on Varmints! Podcast, called Dog on Patrol. Listen in, and check it out!
There are 350 million people in the United States, and it is my sworn duty to bark at every single one of them.
Check out this pack of wolves, howling! Video courtesy of YouTube user RetroRideVideos.
We want ice cream!
What is a wolf pack mentality? Article courtesy of animals.howstuffworks.com.
Cute! And Terrifying.
Remember Hokey Wolf and Ding-A-Ling? Us neither. Video courtesy of YouTube user boyjohn.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse, a game by White Wolf where you can roleplay a tragically monstrous garou!
Fighting the enemies of Gaia at a kitchen table near you!
Got questions about your doggos and puppers? Ask Your Dog Guru!
Now you know a bit more about wolves than you did this morning! What’s your opinion on them? We want to hear from you! Send us your suggestions for animals you’d like to hear us talk about, volunteer your rugrat to say something on our podcast, or just drop us a line about anything at email@example.com! We might even read your fascinating email on the show.
Your feedback is always welcome!
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