Wolf Hybrid

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Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
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Before purchasing a Wolf Hybrid it is extremely important to check State and Local laws. The Wolf Hybrid is typically referred to as "WolfDog". They are a cross of an Arctic Wolf with a large dog breed.
The Wolf Hybrid is generally well-proportioned and very large. They possess long limbs, are agile, and muscular. The face has the appearance of a Wolf with a long, tapering muzzle.
The Wolf Hybrid is not recommended for inexperienced or timid owners. They are loyal, devoted, and family oriented. As a "pack" animal they do well with large sized dogs they have been raised with. They are not recommended for homes with small dogs, cats or other household pets. Wolf Hybrid's are suspicious of strangers and will protect their family, property, and territory. The Wolf Hybrid is not recommended for homes with children.
Regular brushing is recommended of the Wolf Hybrid. Dry-shampooing will suffice. They may be prone to hip dysplasia.
The coat of the Wolf Hybrid is dependent upon the breed of dog breed used. However, the Wolf has a double coat that is extremely dense.
Early, intense, and ongoing socialization and obedience is crucial. The Wolf Hybrid will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with respect, firmness, fairness, and consistency.
The Wolf Hybrid possesses high endurance and great energy. They are not recommended for apartment or city living. Wolf Hybrid's do best in a securely fenced rural setting with ample room to roam and run.
100 lbs
26 inches
Varying shades of black, white and gray.
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Expected Budget: Buying vs. Owning in 2018

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How much do Wolf Hybrid puppies cost?

The cost to buy a Wolf Hybrid varies greatly and depends on many factors such as the breeders' location, reputation, litter size, lineage of the puppy, breed popularity (supply and demand), training, socialization efforts, breed lines and much more. Review how much Wolf Hybrid puppies for sale sell for below.

The current median price for all Wolf Hybrids sold is $675.00. This is the price you can expect to budget for a Wolf Hybrid with papers but without breeding rights nor show quality. Expect to pay less for a puppy without papers, however, we do not recommend buying a puppy without papers.

Looking for a dog with a superior lineage? Are you trying to determine how much a puppy with breeding rights and papers would cost? You should expect to pay a premium for a puppy with breeding rights or even for a puppy advertised as show quality with papers. You should budget anywhere from $1,500 upwards to $5,000 or even more for a Wolf Hybrid with top breed lines and a superior pedigree. The average cost for all Wolf Hybrids sold is $700.

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What can I expect to pay for a puppy?

Median Price: $675.00
Average Price: $700.00
Top Quality: $1,500.00 to $5,000.00

*Data sourced from the sale of 1578 Wolf Hybrid puppies across the United States on NextDayPets.com.

Annual cost of owning a Wolf Hybrid puppy

Before buying a puppy it is important to understand the associated costs of owning a dog. The annual cost or "upkeep" is often overlooked when determining a Wolf Hybrids true ownership cost. When calculating your budget make sure you account for the price of food, vaccines, heartworm, deworming, flea control, vet bills, spay/neuter fees, grooming, dental care, food, training and supplies such as a collar, leash, crate, bed, bowls, bones, and toys. All of these items can add up quickly so make sure you estimate anywhere from $500 - $2,000 or more for the first year then about $500 - $1,000 or more every year thereafter to meet the annual financial obligations of your growing, loving dog.

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Most Popular Wolf Hybrid Names for 2018

We've compiled the top 20 male and female names for 2017 after analyzing the sale of 1578 Wolf Hybrid dogs.
  • 1. Kratos Jr
  • 2. Jade
  • 3. Raven
  • 4. Luna
  • 5. Mango
  • 6. Bear
  • 7. Shadow
  • 8. Siron
  • 9. Skye
  • 10. Yukon
  • 11. Miracle
  • 12. Strenga
  • 13. Zsi Litter
  • 14. Zuzo
  • 15. Black Ribbon
  • 16. Blade
  • 17. Koda
  • 18. Lobo
  • 19. Mist
  • 20. Peter

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Member Since: December 2015
Location: Ventura County, California
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This is our lovely Wolf Hybrid breeding center. Your one stop shop for a Timber Wolf hybrid with Husky mix. Beautiful puppies once a year with a well tempered mother and father. This is my second dog breed breeding. When I was in my early 20s I was breeding Australian Shepard dogs. My new breed is loyal, intelligent, playful, strong, great around children and will be fully weened with first shots before they are delivered. Any issues are handled with a veterinarian immediately with hesitation. Anna has litters in the beginning of December once a year. Any questions about the dogs feel free to ask!

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Anonymous asked:
I am putting together an RV park of 12 spots together. It will be gated, with a chain link fence out in the country. I work 10-12 hours a day, and come in at noon for lunch. With the people here and my interaction would this place be a good place for a wolf hybrid? Access to air conditioning, fresh water would be available. Dog park type play items would be available. Would this be a good place for a Wolf Hybrid? Experience has been with Labs, Beagle and a Weimeraner.

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The Wolf Hybrid is just that, a domesticated dog that has been bred with a wild wolf. Wolf Hybrids do not play like regular dogs and should not be taken to dog parks or be put in a place that is much like a dog park. They need proper socialization with other dogs, but it must be supervised at all times. Wolf Hybrids tend to have a higher prey drive than a lot of other breeds of dogs; and most people living in an RV are going to have smaller breeds of dogs. You should have a double fence (perimeter) to keep people from allowing their dogs to go up to a wolf hybrid; as fights through fencing can happen easily. I would not suggest the set up you have to be the best for a wolf hybrid. I would suggest a calmer, people and dog friendly breed of dog so that the people of the RV park and you can be comfortable and feel secure when you are doing your rounds at the park.

Anonymous asked:
Will these hybrids have the canines of a wolf or domestic? Looking for canines of a wolf. Also I heard regular wolves cannot have rabie shots. My last hybrid could not because she was high content. My township never knew what she was because if anyone asked what kind of dog she was my reply was 'our kind'.

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A wolf hybrid of medium-high to high-content will most likely have the canines of a wolf compared to a dog. The wolf genes are quite dominant and more often than not they come out in the facial features, including the teeth. However, please remember that this is a very special mixture of dog and should not be taken lightly. These animals need to be respected and should not be 'shown off' because of their looks. The rabies vaccination can be given to a wolf, so whom ever gave you that information was wrong. All canines that are going to be in contact with people or other domesticated animals need to have a rabies vaccination. Also note that laws have changed and in many areas you need to have a permit to own any content wolf-hybrid. Contact your local bylaw office and do the responsible thing by making sure you get what you need in place before getting a wolf-hybrid please.

Anonymous asked:
Are Wolf Hybrid puppies trained and can they work as sled dogs?



The wolf hybrid does not have the instincts that a working sled dog needs. Not only is it difficult to train them to work in such tight quarters as other dogs; but a real working sled dog needs to be able to make choices on their own if their handler can not. Contacting a breeder of working Alaskan Huskies, Siberian Huskies, or Alaskan Malamutes would be best for your sled dogs.


I have 4 female Alaskan Malamute/Wolf Hybrid pups for sale and it takes time, but yes they can be trained for anything.

Anonymous asked:
I have a few questions. First we recently moved to Washington State and are very interested in having two Wolamute puppies in our family. One male and one female. My questions are 1 can I even have them in my state and 2 we want the bigger ones, the kind that get to be 100-120 lbs. max what is the base price for these kinds of puppies? 3. do these puppies come in a black or darker colors? We've seen only white or shades of white ones. Those are beautiful and we do want one but just curious if they are only white dogs??



You are going to have to do a lot more research until you are ready to own a wolf-hybrid. Firstly, you need to check with your state as per the government website to see if wolf-hybrids are allowed. Then, you need to check your actual city/town to see if you need a permit. Many places in the states do not allow wolf-hybrids, or they are not allowed within city limits, or you need a special permit to have one. Only your local government can let you know for sure. As per pricing, pricing will always depend on the breeder, not the size of the dog. On average a wolf-hybrid is $1000.00 - $1250.00; but can be more depending again on the breeder. The real wolf tends to be of a lighter coloration with a black, silver or grey-black head and saddle. When mixing the wolf with a dog, the colorations can turn out both light and dark. It all depends on the linage of the dam and sire. Owning two high-content wolf-hybrids myself, whom are both all black with yellow eyes; it is possible to get a darker wolf hybrid.


Thank you for your response. I will look into laws and permits for my city and state. As well as continue to research owning wolf hybrids


Check Timberwolf . Com. I loved mine dearly but she only loved unto 12. Best dog ever and I have been dogged since birth

Anonymous asked:
My boyfriend and I want to welcome a wolf hybrid into our family. He is a very experienced dog owner with a large fenced in back yard. He's had large German and Belgian shepherds his whole life. I have two cats, very docile and mellow. My instincts tell me that if we find a wolf hybrid puppy, all the animals will get along. I've seen the warnings that wolf hybrids are not great with cats. Thoughts?



Wolf hybrids are just that, wolf-hybrids. No matter how small amount of wolf they have in them, it is there. They are experienced hunters that eat other animals on instinct alone. No matter how mellow your cats are, there is a very large chance that even as a puppy; he/she could see your cats as prey. Though it is good that your boyfriend has large dog experience, I would hesitate on owning any small animals around unless they are separated at all times. Owning two high-content wolf hybrids myself; I know from owning experience that their prey drive is instinctual and always present.


Unless the Wolf grows up around the cat and or the wolf is LOW content then you should be cautious. My wolf was a HIGH content and I also had FERRETS. BUT, but... My wolf came into our pack as a pup and grew up with the ferrets and so, by the time the wolf was full size, the wolf and ferrets were eating side by side at every meal with no problems and also they were playing together...


We have owned two wolf hybrids (at different times) and also have cats. The first hybrid we got at six months of age which was too old to bond with us or the cats well. However, the second high content wolf we had from the time she was 4 weeks old. She considered her cats part of our pack and would chase any other strays from our yard, but loved and slept with ours. We did not leave her in the house alone with them for long periods of time as a precaution. She did kill a squirrel a rabbit, that annoyed her, a turtle, and a few jay birds that had it coming. : )

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Updated: 6/18/2018