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Country of Origin, History of Wolfdogs
It is a common belief that a Wolfdog is a mixed-breed dog created by crossing a regular large sized dog (typically German Shepherd Dog, Siberian Husky or Alaskan Malamute) with a wild wolf.
However, that is not always the case. In fact, many experts say that the vast majority of Wolfdogs possess very low wolf content
In absence of a clear definition, Wolfdogs are assumed to be breeds which have a Wolf in their family, no more than four or five generations back.
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Dogs, at least 26 inches (65 cm.)
Bitches, at least 24 inches (60 cm.)
Dogs, at least 54 pounds (26 kg.)
Bitches, at least 44 pounds (20 kg.)
This breed is extremely loyal towards his master, suspicious of strangers but never attacks without a valid reason.
They are extremely intelligent and courageous and need to be motivated before they can be trained.
This breed tends to be very aggressive towards other pets strangers but is friendly with children. They are not great barkers.
The greatest advantage lies in their adaptability to all kinds of weather changes.
The dog often loses motivation
when worn out with exercises and therefore should
not be bored with monotonous workouts.
The hair of this dog tends to be very straight and thick.
Prone to hip dysplasia.
Life Expectancy: About 12-16 years.
Rescue Link: http://www.thegreywolf1.com/wolfdogrescuelinks.html
Group: Herding Group
AKC Popularity Ranking: Not recognized by AKC
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You'll learn new commands to obedience-train your dog as well as how to housebreak your dog in 6 days or less.
You'll also learn how to eliminate bad habits like barking, nipping or biting, jumping, or pulling on the leash.Here's just s small fraction of what else you'll learn in the course:
How to lead and think like a pack dog - the new psychology.
3 dangerous mistakes that most Wolfdog owners make when they are trying to potty train their dogs.
The 2 main reasons why your dog barks excessively and how to control its excessive barking.
How to obedience train your Wolfdog to permanently end behavioral problems like Jumping, Aggression, Pulling on Leash.
A surprisingly easy way to teach your dog cool new tricks.
How to improve your dog's lifespan and keep it from getting overly heavy with a healthy and nutritious diet.
Getting Pro help fast - how to get access to our expert trainers when you need them most.
One hidden psychological trigger that all Wolfdogs have... that practically allows you to "analyze" and "control" your dog's every action.
Priority access to the free online seminars conducted by our training experts.
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