Wolf-dog escapes from Michigan animal sanctuary
Wolf-dog captured after escape from Howling Timbers
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- — Authorities captured a wolf-dog hybrid that escaped from the Howling Timbers Animal Sanctuary.
- At midday Saturday, the Muskegon County Sheriff's Office said that its deputies and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources were working together looking for the wolf-dog, which escaped from its pen at Howling Timbers and was last seen in the 6800 block of Evanston Road.
- The escape came in the wake of a decision earlier this week where a judge ordered Howling Timbers to give up all the wolf-dogs in its care.
- RELATED: Future uncertain for Howling Timbers Animal Sanctuary as owners face charges Recent Stories from fox17online.com PLAY Top Videos About Connatix Watch More Watch More Watch More Watch More Watch More Watch More Visit Advertiser websiteGO TO PAGE The state's investigation into Howling Timbers began in 2020 after reports that one of its wolf-dogs injured a child and another volunteer.
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