We have the right to keep him because when he was a pup, he was brought into a wildlife conservation place after he was attacked by a couger (mountain lion, as some might say). They made him friendly but were overloaded with animals and could hardly find time to bottle feed him, so we took him in after we got a licence.
He is a very sweet puppy who acts just like a normal dog. Though he likes to play hunt with our cats, he has learned not to hurt them, just hold them down gently with his paws. He is also good with our horses. In fact, the mini horses let him go for rides!
The only pic I have on my computer is a pic of him when he was 11-months-old in the wildlife place. He lookes like a husky or something but he's purebred wolf.