The origin of this relationship.
Wolves and Huskies are strongly related to begin with, the only major difference between the two species are that Huskies
have on average of 5-10% Collie DNA in them which gives them a more collie-like appearance. Otherwise, Huskies and Wolves
are pretty much the same thing*.
Why they cross-breed
Both are canines and are capable of being tied together for a very long time (1 to 2 hours+). Both Wolves and Huskies
love to be tied for a long period of time**.
What they offer each other
M Wolf: Male wolves are usually large and powerful, whenever a male wolf yiffs with a fertile female he impregnates that
female more than 99% of the time.
F Husky: Very similar to a wolf, only with a softer and thicker fur coat as well as a slightly sweeter and friendlier
Although it doesn't really apply here, in rare instances, there may be female huskies in a wolf pack (usually if the
husky fem is a blood relative of a female wolf who is a member of said pack).
End of Act 7...For a sample of a M Wolf/F Husky yiffy relationship, please see Act 7b.
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