[The] Rottweiler-cross . . . [bounded] down the hill toward the wolves, who were moving in toward the children.
"I looked back and saw my dog intercept the lead wolf -- there were two of them. . . . The first wolf hit [Shadow] in the side and grabbed his shoulder. He spun around and grabbed that wolf by the face," said [Kyle] Keays.
"I was thinking 'Good dog, you get steak dinners for the rest of the month if you make it through this.'"