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After a busy day Journey spends some quiet time in Big Bear Lake.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Julie photographing Journey in a more natural setting. She was tring to get promo shots for the Wolf Mountain Sanctuary.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Whenever he can Journey always tries to get at a higher standpoint which in turn always catches passerbyers' attention.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Journey will sit nicely for photos so long as he gets a lot of pets and attention.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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A group of Delta Zeta Sorority sisters from CSUF had just squealed so high pitch at Journey that it caused him to begin howling.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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A young girl has her photo taken as she pets a docile Journey. Instances like these show kids that wolves may be big but not so bad or scary. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Even at rest in a Big Bear shop Journey attracts visitors to pet and photograph him.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Steve poses Journey for a few photo standbyers at Big Bear Village.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Journey stands next to his handler Steve McCollum as they wait to shoot photos with the organizers of the Three Sisters Powwow. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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After the second day of Powwow Julie takes Journey for a potty break before packing up and heading home. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Three young girls who were at first aprehensive pet Journey at the WMS booth. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Julie and Journey have a hard time catching a break from the WMS booth. People who spot the wolf from afar come close to gander even during a lunch break. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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During a break from the Wolf Mountain Sanctuary booth Journey stands high in trying to follow the scent of burning sage. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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Julie rewards Journey with a treat after he was being so well behaved as she was photographing him. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor

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On a warm day at the Powwow Journey lays in the shade till the next vistor stops by the booth. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/ Comtributor

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Julie gives Journey a treat for behaving while she photographs him. Journey is a 3-year-old wolf-dog selectively bred from Phoenix, AZ. and a Wolf Ambassador for Wolf Mountain Sanctuary (WMS). He makes appearances at events including powwows.  Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/Contributor Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/ Contributor

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