If wolfdog hybrids and that great wolfie look of the wild wolf is what you are looking for, and if you like wolf cubsm pups, puppies then this is the site for you. We specialize in extremely well socialized and hand raised Savannah cat , these Savannahs are raised in our home with wolfdog hybrids that have that look of the wolf you really want with excellent temperment. Savannahs are really good at being raised with wolf hybrids ans shire similar traits. Our pairing become the best of friends. Our Savannah kittens are raised along side wolf puppies their entire lives. We do NOT cross our wolfdog's with malamute or husky, we have found that huskies and other crosses just add traits that we do not care for personally. Instead we have only ever crossed our wolf dogs with German Shepherds as they are much more well known in the K9 worlds as the K9's of choice for many applications where excessively loyal and intelligent dogs are the desired companion. My wolf puppies are like babies to me so when you see puppies available or wolf or wolfdog cubs or pups or puppies available and they are from Rare Breed Exotics, than you can be sure that regardless of if they are Timber, Arctic, Graywolf, Silver, Alaskan, or no matter what the exact breed or breeding, we have treated and raised them all in our home as if they were are children. We also have owned and loved several Serval cats in the past and have found that Servals can be raised with wolf puppies and wolf dog cubs quite well and become the best of friends, especially if they are raised from a young age together. No matter what the Exotic pet of ur dreams is be it a Savannah cat, Timberwolf , Gray wolf, or any form of Shepherd or German shepherds, we can help you get your perfect pet. We have raised pure breed Asian Leopard Cats and bred F1 Bengals and F2 bengals on down from F3 to F4 and F5 for many years before realizing that we personally felt that Savannah kittens make much better and more friendly companions, especially when trying to raise them with other pets. I can tell you with all certainty that wolf dog hybrids need to be purchased at a young age in order to make your job of bonding and training 120% easier than if you try starting with a young adult. Unless you get a wolfdog hybrid pup or puppy that is a young adult that someone has already been working with and pre-training through their own breeding program and putting their own time into such said wolf dog pet, otherwise I do not recommend trying to raise a serval or savannah or any for of exotic cat alongside a wolfdog that it has not been around sense a young age. We have puppies and kittens both available throughout the year from various situations ranging from rescue and rehoming to retired or retiring adult, past breeders or wolf puppies that we considered breeding then had a change of heart for one reason or another (often chasing certain color patterns or marking's) and it does not mean that there is anything wrong with that wolfdog puppy. The wolf hybrid puppy often gets a bad rep from breeders who sell Malamute, Husky mix dogs and pups, puppies to people and claim they are wolf hybrids or even sometimes 100% wolf , when in reality they typically have NO wolf at all in them and the reason they are so high strung is due to the Husky cross in them. Malamute is not a bad cross though we perfer German Shepherd and thoroughly suggest NEVER crossing in ANY Husky to your wolf lines . But thats just my opinion so take it or leave it. Its always best to look at the parents of the puppy you want to purchase and or past litters and how those wolfdog puppies grew up to look. If you do not like the look of past puppies or parents on a breeders site of the breed they are selling you, then most likely you will not end up with the pet of ur dreams so do your own homework and research on wolf puppies as well as savannah kittens and servals prior to calling people and asking to buy a Serval or a wolf or wolf dog puppy or kitten. Choosing an exotic pet is a huge commitment and you should put a lot of thought into it before making your purchase.