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Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Sat Mar 12, 2011 3:13 am
by Dahliahjane112
Wow, this was extremly informative, thanks for the info and such. I live with a high content wolfdog, and I mean live with because we respect each other, he isnt all that aggresive, but doesnt really like when people get to close to me when we are both in the room, wich is a pain. Now im trying to train him not to do that, but he still growls when people get to close. Gimini is his name and he looks almost exactly like a wolf.

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 5:43 am
by ldsqon062501
You did a great job Blight!

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 3:27 am
by icewolf257
Wow thanks for the help i never new that Wolfdogs exsisted. That has helped me alot
Well done! :mrgreen:

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Fri May 13, 2011 10:29 am
by orges avrami
hey how can i join a guide here?

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Sun May 15, 2011 2:10 am
by Blightwolf
orges avrami wrote:hey how can i join a guide here?
You cannot "join" this guide. This is only an informative post about wolf hybrids. ^^

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Wed May 18, 2011 3:28 pm
by Kestrelflight
I see you added the chart I made Blight, glad it was of some use!

My high content Mahina would always jump into a low tree branch and tackle me, is that natural? xD

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Wed May 18, 2011 11:38 pm
by Blightwolf
Kestrelflight wrote:I see you added the chart I made Blight, glad it was of some use!

My high content Mahina would always jump into a low tree branch and tackle me, is that natural? xD
The chart is very useful, thanks for granting me the permission to use it. ^^

Haha! I don't know if that's natural, I've never had a hybrid doing that in my presence. xDD

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:10 pm
by greatninjawolf
wow thats a mouthfull this is interesting stuff

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icewolf257 wrote:Wow thanks for the help i never new that Wolfdogs exsisted. That has helped me alot
Well done! :mrgreen:
well wolfs and dogs r related then can u know do stuff and have that pup

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 6:21 pm
by Koa
greatninjawolf, please do not double-post.

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:31 am
by wildwonderwolf
So (if possible) if you bred a wolf and a chihuahua, it would be a VERY small wolf-dog right? Just wondering :mrgreen:

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Tue Jun 21, 2011 4:52 am
by aribeth
Very good!I like it :D
Question:
Can a wolfdog hybrid have blue eyes like his dog parent?

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Wed Jun 22, 2011 3:20 am
by Blightwolf
wildwonderwolf wrote:So (if possible) if you bred a wolf and a chihuahua, it would be a VERY small wolf-dog right? Just wondering :mrgreen:
I doubt that a chihuahua and a wolf would be able to procreate because they're obviously physically quite incompatible, but yes, the offspring would most likely be rather small in size.
aribeth wrote:Can a wolfdog hybrid have blue eyes like his dog parent?
Yes, a hybrid can have blue eyes.

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Wed Jun 22, 2011 3:25 am
by aribeth
тнанкѕ, verү мuсн :D

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2011 12:26 pm
by Tami
I currently own a wolfdog hybrid. People think that they are just like normal dogs. They are WRONG. The wolfdog I currently own is a large male, solid white in color. He is more than half wolf. His name is Kaid. His Grandmother was an alaskan malamute, and was bred with a wild wolf. (His grandmother and her owner lived in minnesota mountains, close to wolf territory, and it kind of happened....) She gave birth to one female wolfdog, who bred with a wild wolf, the same way as his grandmother did. Then she gave birth to two male wolf dogs. Sadly, Kaid's brother died at birth. Kaid is only 30% percent alaskan malamute. He is WAY different from other dogs, and it takes a lot of devotion to own one. First, you must have a license to own one. I paid $5,000 dollars for the license alone. They need A LOT of space to run around, because of their size. And they will always have that wild instinct, so you need to be rather cautious around them. I have owned Kaid since he was 7 weeks old, so he considers me part of his pack. But I know he will always have that wild instinct..

Re: All About Wolfdogs: Info & Guide

Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:06 pm
by NewMooon
We currently have wolf dog's for sale in the town I live in. I have thought about calling the owner to ask more.