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Everyday matters from the life among dogs and wolves

Anectotes from the daily life among dogs and wolves: our students, trainees and collaborators cover the newest ongoings at the WSC.

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  • It is worth it!

    (26.10.2016, Antonio Sarcuni)
    Kaspar and Aragorn with the heart rate belt and a collar with a recorder

    By now I have been here for more than two months, at the WSC, as part of the team. So many things happened, and it is so hard to reorganize my thoughts. I already had to say goodbye to people that I have met here. I already had to feel this feeling of separation. But here at the WSC emotions change rapidly, because here there are so many things to do, so many experiences to enjoy.

  • Changes at the WSC

    (14.10.2016, Luisa Hofberger)
    Luisa

    Now the time has come: Tala and Chitto are proud "parents" for Taima and Tekoa, while Etu, Ela and Maikan together with Nanuk and Una finally built a pack of 5 at the WSC again.

  • My first pack visit

    (11.10.2016, Sophie Beaurepaire)
    A vegan wolf?

    After Antonio’s presentation was over, we all went into the puppies’ enclosure. Going with the puppies is the easiest pack visit for the trainers, and it’s also one of the last times we could do it, because the puppies, which are almost 5 months old now, will soon be integrated into the adults’ pack.

  • The long-term visitor

    (04.10.2016, Michelle Lampe)

    Hello everyone, I’m Michelle, a student from the 2015 generation, who came back to visit the pups, the adult animals and the people of the Wolf Science Center (WSC). Or at least, that was the plan.

  • When in need of help at the WSC

    (29.09.2016, Dennis Vink)

    It is great to be in an environment where it is so natural to jump into the aid of others when they need it, as it sure makes you want to return or pass on the favour! Now that my time here at the WSC is quickly coming to an end, I am increasingly starting to appreciate the small things that I secretly love about this place.