Article by Andrew McKean
Photo by Outdoor Life Online Editor
Too Many Wolves
“We have too many wolves, and they have depleted their natural prey to such an extent that they’re seeking alternative food sources,” says Galloway, who operates a fishing and hunting lodge about 70 miles north of La Ronge. Galloway had his own wolf incident last fall. His 70-pound Airedale was killed and consumed by a wolf just 30 feet from his cabin door.
“That wolf was starving. It ate all but the ribcage and part of a hindquarter,” says Galloway.”
Ive been saying it for 6 months now.
Airedales are not closers!! They will not pull fur.