Down with the Patriarchy!

By Jennifer Stoeckl, MAT - Dire Wolf Project CEO, Jan. 17, 2024
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Yeti, from the Iditarod litter

Oh no!!

Not us, too!

Has the Dire Wolf Project finally turned against traditional western cultural norms and gone WOKE!?!


Maybe their next video will feature blue-haired dogs with tattoos and body piercings!

When will this madness END???


Not to worry, Jody-Lynn!

We aren’t under any crazy assumptions here.

But there is a strange phenomenon out there in the dog world.

And it DOES have to do with males versus females.

The truth is that male dogs are bigger and more muscular.

And what better look is there for a dire wolf than a HUGE, MUSCULAR creature with a long, thick mane and tail?

Plus, males are slightly more needy and clingy than females are.

A massive velcro dog that has a wild appearance?

Well… that basically epitomizes the ultimate large breed family companion dog that looks like a giant ancient wolf, right?

But don’t be fooled by thinking masculinity is the best way to go.

Females can out perform males any day, right sistas?!

Okay… well, not in everything.

We do have physical limitations compared to the toughest natural testosterone-producing opposite sex.

But we can rival men in almost anything we put our minds to.

It’s the same with dogs, too.

Male dogs are heavier, more muscular, and most are natural leaders with a certain confident air… especially if they are not neutered early.

That being said, there is NOTHING wrong with the female side of the canine equation.

They can be the most affectionate, nurturing, caring, devoted, loyal, and protective of the canine species.

And when they are cherished for the special attributes that make them who they are, those loving females can really shine bright as a diamond.

Being breeders, we’ve had the privilege of loving many great females.

In fact, Yeti and Maggie are bestest friends. They share a bond with one another that is unmatched with any of the other dogs. Maggie allows Yeti to pull and tug at her cheeks. Yeti allows Maggie to climb over her. They eat together in the same bowl and often sleep together on the same bed.

NOTE: It’s interesting to me that Goldendoodles don’t have the same masculine versus feminine image. I wonder if it’s because Goldendoodles are meant to be soft, sweet, loving, friendly, and not menacing in their outward appearance.

Whereas, a giant, majestic dire wolf (much like a lion) would best be represented by a broad, thick, muscular type of dog. And that’s best represented by the male variety.

Whatever the case, don’t miss out on a fabulous litter simply because there aren’t enough males.

These two females (Elatha and Patagon) are extremely sweet-natured and loving.

They are currently for sale OFF THE WAITING LIST, but don’t delay.

The last two girls from the Giants Litter won’t be available for long.

The DireWolf Express is scheduled to leave the station on January 25th, 2024.

We have the preceding vet appointment on January 23rd.

We close all ticket sales for this DireWolf Express trip on January 22nd at 11:59pm EST.

Be forewarned - These girls are now on a first-come-first-served basis.

Once the contracts are signed, they’ll be gone.

Reply to this email right away if you are remotely interested in one of these great pups.

Here is the link to find out more about them:

Jennifer Stoeckl is the co-founder of the Dire Wolf Project, founder of the DireWolf Guardians American Dirus Dog Training Program, and owner/operator of DireWolf Dogs of Vallecito. She lives in the beautiful inland northwest among the Ponderosa pine forests with her pack of American Dirus dogs.