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In addition to our website and our National Lupine News newsletter, we would also like to provide wolf- and wolfdog-related links to additional websites, discussion groups, and books. If you know of a resources with good information on wolfdogs, please bring it to our attention by e-mailing the webmaster at: webmaster@nationallupine.org.


Other Educational Websites

NLA would like to recommend the following websites (in no particular order):

NLA's Facebook Page & Group

NLA has a Facebook page for announcements and a Facebook group for NLA-related discussions. To join the group, simply click the link and request to join.

  • NLA Facebook Page
    This is NLA's official Facebook page. It is for official notices and important information from NLA.

  • NLA Facebook Group
    This is NLA's official Facebook group. It is a small group focused on discussing issues related to NLA. While it does not require you to be an NLA member to join, it is a closed group, so your join request will need to be approved by a group moderator.
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    Other Facebook Groups

    NLA recommends the following additional wolfdog-related discussion groups. These groups are not directly affiliated with NLA, and NLA claims no responsibility for any discussions that occur on them. To join one, simply click the link and request to join.

  • WolfDogZ Facebook Group
    This is a good introductory group free of drama and full of educational information. It is a large group, with nearly 3,000 members. It is also a closed group, so your join request will need to be approved by a group moderator.

  • Wolfdog Genetics Facebook Group
    This is a small, focused group for discussing wolfdog genetic issues. As with most wolfdog-related Facebook groups, this one is also a closed group, so your join request will need to be approved by a group moderator.

  • Wolfdog Assistance Group & Support (WAGS)
    This is a small, local group based in Port Charlotte, Florida, to assist wolfdog owners with issues they are having cohabitating with their canine counterparts.
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    Books

    NLA would like to recommend the following books:

  • Living with Wolfdogs by Nicole Wilde
    This is a fantastic book for the wolfdog beginner. We highly recommend it. We also have it available for sale on our merchandise page. Click here to order.

  • Between Dog and Wolf - Understanding the Connection and the Confusion by Jessica Addams and Andrew Miller
    This is also a great book for the wolfdog beginner or advanced owner. Click here to order (from Dogwise Publishing).

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