What most folks would say is to add the reported percentages of both parents (say 50% and 75%) and then divide by 2. That would be 125 divided by 2 which equals 62.5%. However, in my 30 years involved in wolfdogs, I found that most of the reported percentages are drastically exaggerated and most so-called wolfdogs have far less real wolf in them than claimed. That is especially true for the ones people claim are great pets (especially house pets or with small animals and childrend, as real wolves are none of that!)
You can read more on this great website www.wolfdogproject.com to learn about how to evaluate wolfdogs, as well as training, behavior, containment and so much more.
Answered by paws4hisglory - 1/12/2012 3:29:12 PM