The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog comes from cross breeding a German Shepherd with a Eurasian wolf. As the name indicates, this dog originated in Czechoslovakia. This breed is a combination of the most fascinating and strongest characteristics of each animal.
At first glance most people can not tell the difference between the wolf and Czechoslovakian Wolfdog. The structure and the features resemble the wolf. The amber eyes, the muscular hind legs, powerful front and predatory look all take after the wolf ancestor.
The fur coat of the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is another wolf trait. The mask across the face, the colour patterning of the yellow and grey shades, along with the thick fur is all reminiscent of the wolf part of the dog. The hairs are full, straight and vary in length.
The temperament of the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is a unique blend of the two canines. They are quick, energetic, agile, daring, brave and loyal. The German Shepherd part of the personality shines through as this breed is content with training and like the cumin bond and interaction.
The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog has a tendency to take on an active protective role when it comes to children in the family. They are very loyal and alert to their family and will always be on guard. They also learn to be content with other animals and dogs. Socialization is important early on in the dog’s life.