Czechoslovakian Wolfdog Question

Can someone please help me with a slovak wolfdog? I am very concerned about them with small...


Can someone please help me with a slovak wolfdog? I am very concerned about them with small children and other dogs. Will they be good with them since they are half wolf and would they protect me if I was being attacked and could I take them hunting with me?

    In Czechoslovakian Wolfdog - Asked by Anonymous - 2/29/2012 7:56:40 PM
Slovak wolfdogs tend to be good growing up with dogs because of their strong pack instinct. They can be aggressive with a neighbors dog, it is important to socialize them young. They are protective of their families. They can follow any trail no matter the condition. They don't make very good watch dogs, they usually do not bark since it is usually unnatural to them. They will howl. These dogs need a strong owner -alpha-. They need a lot of exersize. They have to be heeled when walked and make sure they walk behind you. They can be stubborn dogs to train and training has to start young. They are smart dogs but will begin to ignore you if it becomes constant and irritating.
    Answered by Anonymous - 7/7/2012 3:47:16 PM


They aren't really half wolf, they just have the wolf appearence. They are dogs. If you get one as a pup and have it around children and work with it at a young age, it will be fine. But you must work with the animal. If you don't expose it to other dogs and children at a young age it most likely will not behave well when put in those situations. Hope this helped.
    Answered by Anonymous - 8/17/2012 11:48:50 PM