Wolf Wanders Into This Town… What Happens To Him Truly Captures The Heart

15. His Name

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If you’re wondering how or why they named him Romeo, it’s because he was quite the little flirt. He would socialize with all the dogs, but it was the yellow lab that was his Juliet. It’s rather special that Romeo fell for a dog, as wolves are known to have small family circles that have been compared to the exclusivity of the Mob. When Romeo first met his Juliet, the situation was intense for all. Jans said that with his prior wolf knowledge, he was nervous when Dakotah slipped from his grasp and ran toward Romeo, stopping face to face. But it turns out, this wolf was a true Romeo.

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