Wolf Dog Myths
After hearing the same stories over and over again We decided to voice some of Our opinions here as well as present some facts. We belong to several so called wolf "clubs" and We also get many emails from people who have heard horror stories about wolf dog crosses. When We are contacted for information We always tell people to not believe everything they read. We recommend talking to several actual owners of wolf crosses. And even then its impossible to get the full story because of several factors. The first being You can never stereotype the "wolf dog" breed in its entirety. The reason for this is because so many breeds and species can be included in that category. A timber wolf malamute cross would be nothing like a pit bull arctic wolf cross. A Gray wolf Siberian husky cross would be nothing like a timber wolf Akita mix. Also as far as temperament goes, a loved and trained wolf cross would differ greatly from one left in the yard on a chain all day. Anyone who ever tries to classify the entire wolf dog species as one way or another should not be listened to.
Now, we don't claim to be experts of the entire wolf dog population. We cant tell you about some crosses, because We don't breed, sell or deal with anything but the ones We have personally found to be the best pets. We will not say the others are horrible, because then We would be just like those wolf dog haters that put all the wolf mix breeds under the label of dangerous. We can tell you the ones We offer on this site are beautiful, intelligent and can make the best pets with love and training.
The most common negative statement We hear is " That puppy has no wolf in it"
As stated earlier We belong to several wolf groups. We of coarse are there as owners of wolf dogs and not the owners of a this site. If they knew who we were we wouldn't be welcome. We hear everything about phenotypes, genetics, and We hear so much bashing of wolf dog breeders. Rarely do We feel the need to say anything because these are not experts talking, even those who claim to have facts show us they have no clue with their lame, outdated ideas and opinions. We cannot speak for breeders that do not list on this site, but for those who do they must know the lines of the animals they breed. They must have pictures, breeder info as well as comply with a list of rules to be on this site. While its not an exact science We do our best to ensure you are getting the mix and breed You are paying for. As far as those people who claim what is and what isn't a wolf cross just by its looks, I would like to offer these pictures of one of the lines We list for.
Grand Mother (F2)
Great Grand Mother (F1)
Great Great Grand Mother
Is this a husky puppy? Nope She is indeed a F4 wolf dog cross pup from the above line. And She was born white, and will stay white. No one can say wolf crosses are never born white. Its not true.
If there is pink in the nose, it is not a wolf. This statement is FALSE
We have gotten hate mail from certain people claiming to know about wolves and wolf dogs stating that no wolves have pink in their noises. Below is a picture, taken at the Hogel zoo in Utah of a Gray wolf. This wolf has a very pink nose very similar to the wolf dog hybrid puppy pictured above.
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