It depends on what breed of dog it is mixed with. Wolves are not suppose to shed (except their winter coat), but if they get that shedding gene, then its the total opposite. Even if they're a higher content, they can still get that gene and shed EVERYWHERE. I had a 94% and he shed like crazy, but at the moment I have a 73% and she doesn't shed at all.
-As for the family, I don't understand why it was brought up, but it all depends on the dog. People say that "the more wolf, the more dangerous." Which is true because they have that instinct to hunt and prey, but I have read that the more dog, the more dangerous, because dogs have the tendency to tick and do something unexpected, when wolves do not. To be safe, I tell people no small children and no small animals. The 94% I had was great with EVERYTHING (kittens, puppies, guinea pigs, & a 3 yr old). My 73% is okay with my cats and puppies, but I wouldn't leave her alone with them.
Answered by missdeejayn - 9/27/2013 11:35:22 AM