While these wolf breeds look stunning, it is important to remember that breeding them is not for everyone. Educating an experienced cynologist to nurture them is important to these individuals because they retain part of the wolf\’s DNA in their genes and they may be unwieldy, and with proper training of young people, active behavior in adulthood can prevent problems with separation anxiety and furniture destruction.
1. The Wolf dog of Czechoslovakia
Breeding of this breed began in Czechoslovakia in the second half of the last century, with the aim of creating a breed with the characteristics of working dogs for border guards. The dog is a hybrid of a German shepherd and a Carpathian wolf. “Tapeworm” is sharp and intelligent, requires strong leadership and consistent training from a young age. They are also famous for their loyalty to their owners.
2. Saarluth Wolfdog
The breed was named after Leenert Saarloose, who began breeding in the first half of the 20th century. But as a separate breed, it was recognized only in 1981. This is also the result of crossing a German shepherd with a wolf. Compared to ERV, they are shy and more timid, and their use as a working dog is inappropriate.
3. Alaskan Noble Companion Dog
Like the Czechoslovak wolf dogs, the formidable black dogs of this breed are known for their devotion to their masters, in which they have a warm relationship. On the other hand, they can act towards strangers in a hostile way, and can also act aggressively in case of cheating. The breed is relatively new and was created mainly by crossing German shepherds, Siberian huskies and malamut.
4. Siberian Husky
There is little information about its origin, but it is believed that it originated in Siberia. These are typical working dogs that require a lot of activity during the day. And while they can often be stubborn, they are friendly, playful and are generally considered suitable family dogs.
5. Alaskan Malamute
Again, this is a breed bred for use in sleds. Training has become a very difficult issue because they tend to be intelligent and stubborn. But if you are an aggressive and assertive person, then this dog will be a great companion for outdoor activities.