- PART WILD: A Memoir of One Woman’s Journey with a Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wolves and Dogs.
Author Archives: Ceiridwen
Dear Argos (1999-2015) When you were a pup, Animal Control caught you in an alley behind a casino in “The Biggest Little City in the World.” Reno—the city that never sleeps. Just before Halloween, when the desert nights were turning … Continue reading
Digging up the real biology and behavior of wolves and then getting the true story out there for the general public is pretty tough. There is so much misinformation about these animals in popular media, ranging from the ridiculous: Wolves … Continue reading
The animals at Wolfsong Ranch, a wolfdog sanctuary, have been the victims of neglect, betrayed by the very people who claimed to be their last resort for protection. Located in Lone City, Ohio, Wolfsong is a private, non-profit organization “dedicated … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve had countless people approach me extolling my dog’s beauty, and more than a few have expressed the desire to go and get one just like him. This is written for them. It’s true. My dog is … Continue reading
I was given your book the other day & started reading it last night. I finished it in the early morning, reading it all in one sitting. I sat staring at your book, lost in all that you had shared … Continue reading
Why I went to Siberia: I was writing my book Part Wild, my personal story about raising a wolfdog, an animal both dog and wolf, who turned out to have a very “wolfy” brain. No matter how much I enriched … Continue reading
William and Donald enjoying their morning alfalfa together. Donald is a young St. Croix hair sheep, playful and friendly. William, a retired thoroughbred jumper, has the nickname “The Philosopher.” He often considers the world before responding to it–a jay perched … Continue reading
One reader sent this to me: Her dog Stella reading PART WILD on a rainy day.
People aren’t the only ones to pay a high price for their animals’ captivity stress… By frustrating an animal’s urges–inhibiting its natural drives to disperse, hunt, and mate–physical confinement in the form of a pen or even a leash can … Continue reading