18 Gorgeous Wolfdogs We Want to Hug and Never Let Go
In order for a wolfdog to be born, a domesticated dog and a wolf have to mate. The combination of these 2 means that the dog can be kept as a pet, but it will usually have a very aggressive temperament. However, they can easily be tamed like domesticated dogs or even used as guard dogs if they go through a rigorous training regimen.
Bright Side will prove that even the most aggressive of dogs can be trained to live among humans in the most adorable way.
1. They are very alert when they’re in their own personal environment.
2. Their temperament can vary based on the breed of wolf and domesticated dog that mated.
3. Wolfdogs must be handled by a trainer as early as 15 days after they’re born.
4. They are often very warm-hearted and want your love and attention.
5. They are very loyal and create deep bonds with their human friends.
6. They also love cuddles and kisses!
7. They have endless energy and they are on the move all day long.
8. They love interacting with other animals, especially those close to their own size.
9. If they grow up in a house, they will recognize the family as their “pack” and will do anything for them.
10. Those with high aggression can’t be tamed easily and shouldn’t be left in a house alone with kids.
11. Those with low aggression are great with children, but should still be supervised.
12. They listen carefully to what their owner tells them and follow their lead.
13. They have remarkable senses, especially their eyesight, sense of smell, and hearing.
14. They don’t fully mature until they reach 3 years of age.
15. Female wolfdogs weigh 70-100 lbs and males weigh 80-125 lbs.
16. They love being out in nature and running around free.
17. They don’t do well when kept indoors for a long time.
18. Their life expectancy is between 12-15 years.
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