UNDATED (WHBL) - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reports it will extend the sale of wolf hunting and trapping permits by a week. Originally, yesterday was going to be the deadline. Now, it has been extended to September 7. At the same time the DNR is assessing what the temporary injunction issued by Judge Peter C. Anderson yesterday will mean to the hunt. Judge Anderson’s ruling stops the use of dogs to hunt wolves in the state. It also prohibits training dogs to hunt wolves. It doesn’t stop the season. However, the DNR has issued a statement earlier in the week saying an injunction could cancel the season because there might not be enough time for the state agency to develop new rules for the hunt – which is scheduled to start October 15, for now.