I doubt that it was even a wolf. Looks like a Husky mix.
Check it out:

RUSH: Let me see if I understand. So they set up a fake Olympic Village with fake athletes walking around, and they got a wolf in there, and they videotaped the wolf supposedly walking in the Olympic village. They ran it on this babe’s Twitter account and the rest of the Drive-Bys picked it up and ran it as real?

CALLER: Everybody did. I even saw it on Fox, ESPN. Actually, it was at night.

RUSH: Can I ask a stupid question? What was newsworthy about it? There was a wolf in the Olympic village at Sochi? That was enough to make news?

CALLER: Exactly, that’s the point why I was calling from your first hour. There is no news, and whenever they put stuff like this on, they don’t even check to see if it was real.

RUSH: By the way, that’s exactly how Center For Science in the Public Interest became an accepted “accredited” nutrition outfit. They released news one day of what they thought of monosodium glutamate and coconut oil, and they ended up the last and foremost authority on what people should eat, and they’re fraudsters. Not fraudsters, but they’re little anorexic activists.

CALLER: Well, it’s nuts. The other thing that’s nuts, what I was telling your call screener, is they tricked me. I accepted it. “Gee, there’s a bunch of wolves running around the athletes.” How easy it is to get the whole population tricked.

RUSH: Well, the wolves could have just been the male athletes, too. It just depends on how you look at it.

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