that is going to depend on the size of the animal, it's activity level, and what you are feeding. If it is a low quality dog food like Purina Dog Chow or Ol' Roy (which are horrible foods for a wolfdog), it will eat 4-5 times more than if you feed a really premium dry food like Evo, Taste of the Wild, Fromm and other good foods. Ideally you will also be adding fresh raw, meat and bones to the diet as this is a much more appropriate diet for any canine, much less one that has wolf ancestry.
Pure wolf adults which weigh 80-120 lbs will eat about 3-4 lbs of raw meat, bones and organs in the summer each day, and twice as much in the winter.
Answered by paws4hisglory - 3/5/2012 4:15:18 PM