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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  • Saying Goodbye is hard

    (20.06.2016, Anna Griebler)

    When I started my internship in the beginning of November I thought that nine months are a long time. Well I probably thought wrong, because only one and a half months are left. I can remember my first day, because I thought that I would never remember all the names of the animals and employees.

  • My life as a puppy raiser

    (13.06.2016, Rike Zenth)

    „They are upright, both ears! “ That´s the first thing I noticed this morning when I entered the puppy house und little Etu bounced towards me, to say hello. I take some minutes to cuddle and play with him before I put away my stuff. I have quite a lot with me- some freshly laundered bed sheet, my toothbrush, pyjamas and the rest of last night´s dinner- You will have guessed that I spend a bit time here with the puppies J

  • Short holiday for my head

    (09.06.2016, Lars Burkert)

    My stay at the WSC for my master’s thesis is coming to an end. I have barely four weeks left and everything is becoming a bit more hectic. However, I’m trying to keep my cool even under pressure. I will not finish my work (which consists mostly of checking, sorting and organizing data - hopefully so nobody never ever has to do this again) any faster when stressed. It is quite an exhausting task given the time frames and recent breaks have been a welcome opportunity for me to recharge my batteries.

  • New recruits at the WSC

    (24.05.2016, Sylvain Palma Jacinto)

    I'm starting my last month of internship at the WSC and it's not going to be the quietest one. There are two reasons that can explain that ...

  • Until the end of the dream

    (18.05.2016, Camille Basin)

    When I started this internship nearly five months ago, I didn’t realize that time would fly by like this! In a few weeks, I am leaving the big family of the Wolf Science Center to return to my normal French life. I will have very fond memories of everything and everybody:  the dogs, the wolves, the trainers, the students, the howl nights, the social nights, my testing time… and I’m going to miss all of that a lot! I even miss my tests, which are now completely finished since 2 weeks! It’s now so strange for me to help the other students to start with new experiences, it’s like a loop that never ends.