Instinct Wolves

Never has a single animal so captivated the world

At Instinct we specialize in working with wolves. Whether you need a wolf for a one day shoot or a pack with pups for a yearlong project, you will find everything you need here. We will always give you an honest answer on which wolf is best suited for your project, because our goal is to make your ‘wolf vision’ come to life on screen.

Take a look at the complete array of wolves Instinct has available for you below.

Black      /      White      /      Brown      /      Grey      /      Mongolian
Classic wolf breed. Black Wolves

Often used to play the big bad wolf or the classic horror film beast, our black wolves have been featured in many productions around the world. As a black wolf gets older, its fur colour changes to have a more silver look.
Fun fact: About 30% of wolves in Alaska are black.

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Protective pack leaders. White Wolves

Beautiful, majestic, and spiritual are words frequently used to describe our white wolves. Whether featured in natural snowy conditions or running through a city street, these beautiful animals are guaranteed to add a touch of magic to any scene they appear in.

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Protective pack leaders. Brown Wolves

Photogenic and natural colored, these wolves enhance any production and provide a "look" not often seen before. These wolves are very popular with our photography and private tour clients due to their sweet and gentle personalities.

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Energertic and tame. Grey Wolves

The postcard grey wolf, or the wolf most people first think of when writing a wolf into their script. Their striking coloration makes them stand out in any surroundings be it forest or snowy plains. These amazing animals have appeared in such projects as Once Upon A Time and the latest telling of the Red Riding Hood tale.

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Exotic breed. Mongolian Wolves

Instinct is the only animal company in the world with film-trained Mongolian Wolves. So if you want to add something a little different to your project, look at the stunning images of these beautiful wolves and give us a call. Remember, you won’t find these spectacular creatures anywhere else!

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Snarl & Attack

A SNARLING BLACK WOLF OR WHITE WOLF?

Very seldom do we get a call for wolves either for print or film, which doesn’t require a hair-raising, teeth-baring, ‘snarling’ shot. Because this is requested so often, we’ve perfected the art of safely delivering the famous snarling-wolf-shot, whether it’s outside in the snow or inside a green screen studio.

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Wolves On Set

LOTS OF PEOPLE, STRANGE EQUIPMENT AND NOISE AREN’T THINGS NORMALLY ASSOCIATED WITH WOLVES, BUT THAT IS THE NATURE OF THE BUSINESS WE WORK IN.

Two of the first questions our clients ask are “How close can we get with the camera?” and “Are wolves safe to work with?” In answer, have a look for yourself. Sometimes, it’s better to let the pictures speak for themselves.

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Wolf Groups

If your production requires not just a lone-wolf but rather the full pack.

A lot of productions are happy with only one or two wolves, but sometimes we get asked to provide a larger pack for specific scenes. At Instinct, we keep all our wolves in larger groups so it’s much easier for us to meet your pack requests.

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Wolf Pups

Baby animals always deliver a special, irresistible appeal.

A bunch of little wolf pups running around is as cute as it gets. Depending on the time of year, the schedule of your project, and Mother Nature, we can often provide pups to enhance your film. All our pups are hand raised and never taken from the wild. They are raised to interact with both human actors and other adult wolves.

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Wolf Puppets

NEED A REAL LOOKING WOLF FOR THOSE IMPOSSIBLE SHOTS?

We have various colors available: Black, White, Grey and Brown. All are light enough for an actor to carry if needed, some lay flat on their side (dead wolf) and some can be positioned to stand upright (on all 4 paws) to face the camera.

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