Lakota had a good week, the retired pack is now on a twice a week feeding, allowing for one large meal of beaver or deer and one smaller mid-week meal of chicken or beef. This allows the wolves to feed on their natural pattern of gorging a larger meal, but accommodates the older metabolism. The reality is winter is a much easier season on the older wolves than the heat of summer. Lakota is back to taking meatballs with whole vitamins, the problems we had a few months ago related to an extra feeding we thought they needed. The third feeding a week was too much food for Lakota, and she had no urge to take daily meatballs. She’s now back to getting the best nutrition possible with vitamins, cosequin and durlactin. As a reminder, the Nanny and Behavioral Team applications are on the website under the Programs tab… the deadline is February 1st.

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