Wolf Hybrid Question

We have a wolf dog. He dosen't like to share his food or toys with our other dog - why?


We have a wolf dog. He dosen't like to share his food or toys with our other dog - why?

    In Wolf Hybrid - Asked by Anonymous - 11/12/2011 12:56:14 PM
That is a very common trait. Pure wolves, and many breeds of dogs can be very competitive over food, toys and other resources. It takes a knowledgable owner to be able to raise a wolfdog to interact somewhat safely with other dogs and people. I would suggest you read the pages on training and behavior on this site: www.wolfdogproject.com This behavior will only get worse as your wolfdog matures, and you must learn how to work with your dog as soon as possible.
    Answered by paws4hisglory - 11/15/2011 1:37:49 PM
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Wolf dogs should not share food, because of the pack mentality you will have one that eats first and the other gets the left overs so you may have one malnourished animal. Please feed them each separate. About the toys, they are just territorial, our two each have their own balls and they have toys in the yard that they play with together but the dominant one really is the owner of the toys. You will have to work with them on sharing though, that is what we did, they share fine when we play with them and are in the yard together. but it is good for them each to have some of their own things.
    Answered by Anonymous - 11/15/2011 2:13:54 PM