Beautiful creature! 😍🐺.
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Anyone else think Joey looks like a Disney cartoon character in this shot? 😂 I can’t quite put my finger on who she would look like 🤪
Tomorrow on Wednesday, I need all Your support... Can't go into details, yet. But it is an extremely important day for us.
Just think about Ninja and me, cross your fingers for us or wish us luck 😊 That would be very much appreciated ❤️
Today we had a good morning. Beginning the way with our packwalk and afterwards a long and extended breakfast.
Just returned from it and we are about to get to the afternoon packwalk right after.
Being busy is very good as it keeps my mind from thinking about tomorrow. I am very good at overthinking things and am very happy for any distraction at the moment.
This picture has been taken at castle Waldthausen, close to where I live... I wanted to make new pictures here, but the weather is not good enough. Bummer.
I have added a landscape version of this picture as a story. Sadly, in this IG-Crop, you can't see much of the castle.
There is Ninja and the 2 stairs are guarded by 2 stags. It always, especially with snow, has this Game of Thrones vibe. Can't wait for Winds of Winter and Dream of Spring... until then the show will have to suffice 😂
Tonight Njörd wishes you a good evening! 🌙Njörd is a wolfdog🐺
Is this not the most beautiful sound?😱
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Interesting fact: Wolves do not howl at the moon! They howl to communicate with each other. Howling is the most direct way of communicating across long distances, and is especially important in areas where wolf territories are vast. A howl can communicate things like a wolf's location, warnings about predators, and the position of prey.⠀⠀
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🎥 by @wolf_instinct
“Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour. For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow: but woe to him that is alone when he falleth; for he hath not another to help him up.”
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 KJV