Wild wolf spayed after breeding with dog

Washington state wildlife officials captured two female wolves and spayed one, an unusual undertaking that became necessary when they learned the female wolf was pregnant after apparently breeding with a male Akbash sheepdog. "Our goal is restoration of a native wolf population, not producing a generation of hybrids we'd have to take care of in another way later," said Donny Martorello, carnivore manager with the state Fish and Wildlife Department.

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