Fred Keating of Stow started Keating's Loki Clan Wolf Refuge in 1994, after find
Fred Keating of Stow started Keating's Loki Clan Wolf Refuge in 1994, after finding that his half-wolf, half-dog wasn't the best indoor pet. He now lives with about 80 of the animals. Keating says that eight-month-old wolf dogs have the IQ of a 14-year-old and a rebellious nature to match. His first dog, Loki, was named for the Norse god of mischief. Keating gets as many as ten calls a day from shelter operators or owners who want him to take their wolf dogs. Public interest has brought volunteers to aid Keating's operation.
Animals Treatment, Dogs
Albright, Charlotte, "Fred Keating of Stow started Keating's Loki Clan Wolf Refuge in 1994, after find" (2008). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3669.
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