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Czechoslovakian Wolfdog dog breed

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  • Country: Czechoslovak
  • Group: -
  • Weight: 20 - 26 kg
  • Height: 60 - 65cm
  • Colors: Silver-gray, Grey, Yellow-gray
  • Training: easy to train
  • Grooming: -
  • Temperament: Lively, Quick, Courageous, Fearless, Active, Sociable
  • Health: healthy
  • Litter size: 4 - 8
  • Lifespan: 12 - 16 years
  • Other names: Goldie, Czechoslovakian Wolfdog dog

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog dog
Origins

Czechoslovakian wolf is a mix between Carpathian wolf and German shepherd, created in 1955 in a Czechoslovak experiment. Czech Karel Hartl engineer initiated the creation of this breed.

The development of the breed was developed in 1965, after completion of the experiment. The goal was integration of the useful qualities of the wolf with the dog. With so much wolf in it, find it hard enough to bark.

On May 26, 1958 were born the first baby of Czechoslovakian shepherd dog. In 1989 the race has over 1500 individuals. In 1982 it is recognized nationally, and ten years later, in 1999 was officially recognized by the FCI.

It is the wrong idea that if race was used to create a sheepdog that result is sheepdog. If the race is framed sheepdogs it is wrong because German Shepherd was paired with wild wolf. Putting wolf henhouse do not think that is the best idea ..

Food Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

The food is typical carnivore, rations will be determined according to the daily activity.

As recommended protein beef, chicken, goose, chicken, mutton and lamb (not very large quantities). Meat can be boned. It is accepted and hunting.

Other vegetable food: rice, bread, pasta, cereal flour, wheat, pearl barley, carrots, potatoes, sugar, lettuce, spinach, green beans, celery, scallions, vegetable oils.

It is preferable that food be thoroughly cooked managed to reach the stage of porridge and normal rations contain both meat products, cereals, vegetables, milk, eggs and sometimes fruit.

Water should be freely available for the dog to quench your thirst when needed.

Description Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

After careful selection of chickens finally resulted in a dog that resembles a wolf but has intelligent German Shepherd.

It is a large dog with a height of 65cm and 26kg minimum acceptable for males and 60cm respectively 20kg for females.

Fur its original wild look eye-catching. It is impressive both in appearance and in attitude. The colors that characterize are white and gray.

The head is symmetrical, well muscled. nose is not thick. The lip contour is black. The eyes are small amber. Thin and triangular ears are straight.

The legs are straight and strong. The bite can be scissor or pincer. It has harmonious and elegant movements.

All senses are well developed. Sight and hearing are among the best. It prefers cold instead of hot areas.

Behavior Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

This dog was made to guard the borders. This dog is obedient, obedient and extremely intelligent.

This dog is active, lively, brave and stately. It is affectionate with family and reticent with strangers.

Gets along well with children. Females seem to be more social and more docile than males.

Although it has active hunter instinct, with a correct training and socialization little small animals tolerate well.

Training Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

We can say that the Czechoslovakian wolf is a breed for which the training has no limits. Obedience and intelligence inherited side will surprise you.

It is recommended not bored dog with repeated orders indefinitely. Surprise him and her to get by all the attention.

Lord shall prove that he is the pack leader. Czech wolf is a loyal dog that respects its master.

Characteristics Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

When young tend to explore everything. They are curious and want to see everything and to go to all places.

No barking. Instead mumbles, howl or shelalaie. It uses much and body language.

It is durable, can run 100 kilometers without any problems. In other countries it is used as a police dog or rescuer.

Recomanca not for beginning exercisers or inexperienced.

Adapts well in any environment but feels best in a large courtyard where it can move freely.

The breed is very rare. Copies authentic, healthy are quite expensive: a male brought from Czech to six weeks cost 1,600 euros. In France or Italy a copy can be reached even at the price of 2,500 euros.

Health Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

The breed is a healthy one.

Being a large dog may have problems with hip dysplasia.

Life expectancy is 12-16 years.

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