Wisc. DNR Offers Wolf Alerts to Dog Owners

With Wisconsin's wolves attacking dogs, including hunting dogs, at a record pace, concerned sportsmen and the Wisc. DNR have taken notice. If you train dogs or hunt in the Badger State, click this link and follow the instructions to receive an email alert whenever a wolf attacks a dog.

“This new system will give dog trainers rapid alerts to problem areas with information that can help them avoid attacks on their dogs,” said, Adrian Wydeven, wolf ecologist for the Department of Natural Resources. “We will post new alerts just as soon as attacks are confirmed. We’ll also continue to maintain our wolf alert web pages with documentation of all attacks throughout the current season.”

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