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212 Comments

Reply Gingerpickles
5:17 AM on May 31, 2016 

So here I am . I have had wolf/ hybrids in the past. One died of old age the other had bad experience when awarded to X who had not trained him (not temperament tho he was hi content. He was loose in livestock area). My mother picked up two puppies.  I went to find more about the parentage. They are double accident dogs. dam Pit/ Wolf plus accident of Collie/Chow. I am going to start doubling down now with such hi content. I doubt they will be obvious physically. My shepherd is bad example for them so I will be the socializer. I double checked the litter and the temprament of the two  that came to my son and won him is soild.  The 4 yr old mother and herd of 12 pups are highly social with exception  of a very shy and two overtly dominant pups. They are a little young to be homed out but the stress of so many as they grow was required culling and they are fairly weaned. I kind of worry of the fate of the rest. But we have these 2. The runt is cute as a button and seems mid drive and a little dominant. She is the more vocal. But in typical wolf or chow fashion her complaints are valid. Every ruckus so far is "i gotta potty!" It is an adventure beginnning

Reply Maxine
3:07 PM on April 17, 2016 

I have a Siberian cross inuit who is the double of Wilburs dad! First time I've seen another dog like my Shadow and it's so lovely to see. Shadow is a bitch and just turns 2 tommorrow (18th april). She has the same yellowish eyes and colouring too. What beautiful dogs you have. So glad I found this site, love seeing the photos. 

Reply Mary-Anne
9:33 AM on March 25, 2016 

hi! I love your website, thank you, it's very informative. I've been wondering: I follow someone on Instagram and she has a wolfdog, and sometimes she uses the hashtag #midcontent, and I never knew what that meant so I googled it and stumbled upon your website. My question is: is her wolfdog really midcontent? Can you tell from the pictures? I would love to hear your opinion, since I have an interest in wolfdogs myself.
The wolfdog I am referring to is the one that is featured in most of the pictures. (She has more dogs than one)
This is her account: www.instagram.com/judithvissernl

Reply Eve S.
12:49 AM on March 20, 2016 

hi :) found your website while looking for information on phenotyping and content of wolfdogs. Loving all of the information, thank you very much for pulling it all together. also noticed on wolfdog comparison site most pictures are missing. will it be hard to get them all back for our viewing (or am i the only one with that problem?)

Reply traveler
9:10 PM on December 30, 2015 
Reply Theo Smart
12:29 PM on July 20, 2015 

Hi,

I'm sort of wondering whether you can figure out the make-up of my creature I acquired in Cape Town, South Africa. He is half German Shepherd (she was a show dog) but the father seemed either Siberian Husky (but was too large) or Alaskan Malamute. But I have since learned that the Afrikaaners were breeding a lot of wolf dog into these hybrids purposefully, because they believed they were more loyal to the family and not friendly to strangers. That is certainly how my beautiful strong willed creature is — almost dangerously so. At the same time, he is too pretty, almost glamorous, too have much wolf in him. But he was a handful... it took two of us almost full time to raise him, and we never quite succeeded. But he is getting old now and so I want to know what exactly he is. I suspect I will never be able to repeat the formula though.

Reply Alexis Murray
8:33 PM on June 10, 2015 

I recently adopted my first hybrid and the apparent love of my life. I've been an animal person my entire life but not one has struck me as my Cheeka has.

Reply Maelynn
12:48 AM on February 17, 2015 

I found this very useful as I have been trying to find a solid mid content puppy for my family and my self. It's good to have people educating people for animals.

Reply Victoria Padilla
12:05 PM on December 23, 2014 

Hello, My name is Victoria and I am 13 years old. I'm interested in starting my own wolf/wolf hybrid sanctuary after highschool. I have discovered I may need much of your help on being educated about wolf dogs. Please contact me back it'd be very helpful! Have a nice day!

Reply doug
2:29 AM on December 11, 2014 

hi! i am very interested in getting a wolf pup, been to your site bunches!! please get in touch with me to discuss pups! thanks

Reply Tamra Brady
6:38 PM on October 11, 2014 

Hi, I THOUGHT THIS WAS THE MOST INFORMATIVE WEB SITE ON WOLFDOGS I HAVE EVER READ!!!!! MY SISTER-IN-LAW HAD ONE, HERS WAS HIGH CONTENT, BLACK , GOLD EYES, BLACK PADS AND I WILL NEVER FORGET HIS LEGS AND BACK LEGS.HE WAS IN A CAGE W/  RAZOR WIRE AROUND THE TOP. HE WOULDNT GET CLOSE TO ME AS I STOOD AT THE CAGE WANTING TO CRY, I TURNED AND WALKED MAYBE 6 STEPS AND LOOKED BACK HE WAS RIGHT AT THE CAGE WHERE I HAD BEEN STANDING. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ANIMAL I HAVE EVER SEEN UP CLOSE. SOMEONE IN THE NEIBORHOOD POISONED HIM, JODI WAS WITH HIM A HORRIBLE DEATH. I GUESS PEOPLE ARE AFRAID SO THEY KILLED HIM. I HAVE BEEN IN AWE EVER SINCE. BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL ANIMAL. BUT I DON'T KNOW HOW YOU SAID IT, TOO HAVE THAT MUCH WOLF YOU REALLY REALLY NEED TO KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING. MY OPION  LET THEM BE WILD, LIKE YOU SAID AGAIN WE HAVE SO MANY UNWANTED DOGS IN SHELTERS AND ETC. YOU ARE MY HERO!!!  I DID WANT TO SEE THE RESCUE LIST PLEASE. THANKS FOR GREAT INFORMATION!    TAMRA BRADY    

Reply jenn
12:41 PM on September 23, 2014 

Hello Texx,

 

I’d love to talk privatly at your convenience and see what you have to say about breeders.You seem like an expert in the content conversation...I am looking for breeders for a TV appearance, but i'd love to pick your brain if you have a momentt.

 

Thanks for your time, and I hope to speak to you soon.

jenn@silentcrow.com

 

Reply PowerCom ARS
5:21 AM on July 21, 2014 

The the very next time I read a weblog, Hopefully that this doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my substitute for read, but I really thought youd have some thing fascinating to convey. All I hear is actually a handful of whining about something that you could fix should you werent too busy trying to find attention.

Reply johney
1:38 PM on June 14, 2014 

hii hru its nice to find out about u and ur knowledge.. some friends of mine brought me a wolf cub a pure 100 % wolf cub they say and told me the whoe story thy saw there mother she was huge n etc .. but im still in doubt tht its a jackal pup can u plz help me out how to find out the reality if its a 100 % pure wolf or not or what is it ? i can send u alot of pics if u will contact me via email as i cant find ur email id here..

Reply texx-wolf-tails
3:44 PM on April 5, 2014 

Ashley says...
Id like to get my dog phenotyped. Iv owned wolf dogs my entire life & my grandparents used to breed them. I just got my girl and im positive she has wolf content but not as much as her "pedigree " papers state. If you would kindly email me so i can send pictures? Im seriously interested to find her "true content" on paper she 85% wolf but im pretty positive thats not the case


You can post pictures in the phenotyping photo album. :)