Czechoslovakian Wolfdog: protective and independent 

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

Have you been thinking about getting a dog but are not quite sure? This can be due to a number of things, such as the uncertainty of whether a particular breed of dog suits you and that you may still not know enough about various breeds.

For example, have you heard of the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog? But perhaps you still know too little about it? Then we would like to tell you why it is a good idea to take this protective and independent dog into your home! 


The history of the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog 

The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog was recognized in 1982 by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI), this is a world organization that focuses on dog breeds. This means that this dog breed is recognized as a national breed.

This breed of dog does not come from just anywhere, in 1955 in Czechoslovakia a German Shepherd was crossed with a Carpathian wolf, from which the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog was created. The date of acceptance on a definitive basis was on the 30th of May in 1999.  


The character: brave and persistent 

That the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is protective and independent is not surprising, since they have a courageous and steadfast character. But why are they actually so courageous and steadfast and where can you tell? This dog breed can possibly be used as a watchdog, but they will not bark much and they need a lot of time and a consistent education.

These dogs will, in fact, only obey the rules if you have provided proper guidance. If you do not, this breed of dog will quickly get stuck in its own rules and once that happens you are further away from home. After this they will be more difficult to raise and that would of course be a great shame.  

That they need a lot of attention and time has mainly to do with the fact that they are easily distracted and follow their own path. If you do not take enough time for this, this breed of dog will not quickly learn the correct way as you had in mind. With patience, you will come a long way, so they listen to you faster and can also cuddle with you. Because that is how it should be, right?  

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog puppy 

The appearance: a muscular and beautiful dog 

Many people find the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog a very beautiful dog. This is because they look a lot like a wolf and they have a very beautiful head. They have beautiful eyes and their ears are raised. The coat of this dog is long and often