Jed the Wolf-Dog in The Journey of Natty Gann

MV all about Jed, the incredible Wolf/Malamute mix who played the wolf in The Journey of Natty Gann (1985). (Also in White Fang and The Thing.) Please note: I do NOT condone dog fighting or animal abuse of any kind. The animals in this film were carefully trained and the violence was simulated. Jed’s trainer, Clint Rowe, who appears in the film as the guy with the whip, has trained animals in film for years, including Turner & Hooch, Dr. Dolittle 2, and Man’s Best Friend. Thanks for watching! Please comment! I do not own any rights to Disney or to this song. This is a purely fan-made video, not for profit and with no rights implied.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “Jed the Wolf-Dog in The Journey of Natty Gann”

  1. @MrBoti23 Just told that to Tornado -___-

  2. whats the name of the movie

  3. TornadoTheWolfDog Reply July 22, 2011 at 11:14 am

    @Eozzy519 OH! Hahaha i see ^-^

  4. @TornadoTheWolfDog The Journey of Natty Gann *points at title of video* xD

  5. das niet waar wat zij tonnen dat zal nooit kunnen want wolf zal mens op eten
    wolf is niet zo als een hond

  6. TornadoTheWolfDog Reply July 22, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    The part where he’s running to catch up with the train, and then he jumps in it…what movie is that?

  7. I probably busted my reply button I’ve watched this so much. I love Jed :) I wanna get a dog like him when I’m older. This is probably in my top 5 fav videos just because of the song and the amazing dog; if not my altime fav ♥

  8. @wolfheart133333 yes it is, says on the wiki page :D

  9. is this the same dog who played white fang? he looks very familiar.

  10. i love this song …… i love wolves , thanks for sharing this
    song with us

  11. Essentially, all Wolf Dogs have been domesticated over the last 50 or 60 years, even if their percentage and content is verifiable at 99.99%. The Fur companies in the middle of the twentieth century did that task for us by breeding several generations in captivity for us so we could stay warm and look cool at the same time. These so called vicious wolves are simply dogs at this point and need to be treated as such.

  12. Love the dog ♥ Love the song ♥

  13. @MsHaruHana I got one just like him cause of this movie and white fang.

  14. @796305001 spirit: stallion of the cimarron – you can’t take me

  15. perfect song choice

  16. I’ve seen one or two of those movies! I love Jed!

  17. I LOVE this video – I once had a beloved Pooch whom this reminds me of – even his ol’ wrinkly nose – beautiful vid – thanks!!

  18. @Anime210Freak I think you could beable to get it off. YT has done that to me and I was anle to get it off. idk how to explain it to you.

  19. I want to see this movie where can I find it?

  20. I loved that movie and Jed was amazing!

  21. name of song reply plz thanks

  22. badass

  23. I want a wolf/malamute like that… amazing wolfdog!

  24. the song is You Cant Take Me by Bryan Adams on the Spirit movie Soundtrack.

  25. @ps3gamerful this is “You Can’t Take Me” By Bryan Adams from the Spirit Stallion of the Cimarron soundtrack, great movie and ton of great songs done by a great artist.