By Kelli from Cleveland, OK
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By ed robertson05/06/2010
Irregardless of what percent is "legal", there is no approved rabies vaccine for part wolf animals. The only problem is that if they bite a human or other animal they have to be quarantined for a lengthy period which is usually prohibitively expensive. Such animals are frequently euthanized for financial reasons. Get information from your state veterinarian.
By Lisa 05/06/2010
Kelli -- you should be able to look up the number for Animal Control where you live. Or, toward the front of the phone book, they have emergency numbers AND non-emergency numbers. Whoever answers the non-emergency number should be able to point you in the right direction.
I'm in central Oklahoma. One year at Second Chance's Dog Day in the Park (in Norman), I saw someone bring around a dog that was part wolf. I don't know if it was legal or not, but it was an intimidating creature, and got a lot of the other dogs up in a stir. I'm glad you're checking.
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