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 2022

Learn what to expect when researching the price of Wolf Hybrid puppies.

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 $1,400.00. 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 $2,500 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 $900.

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What can I expect to pay for a puppy?

Median Price: $1,400.00
Average Price: $900.00
Top Quality: $2,500.00 to $5,000.00

*Data sourced from the sale of 2418 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.

Most Popular Wolf Hybrid Names for 2022

We've compiled the top 20 male and female names for 2017 after analyzing the sale of 2418 Wolf Hybrid dogs.
  • 1. Bear
  • 2. Kratos Jr
  • 3. Jade
  • 4. Raven
  • 5. Luna
  • 6. Shadow
  • 7. Skye
  • 8. Lobo
  • 9. Loki
  • 10. Mango
  • 11. Yukon
  • 12. Ghost
  • 13. Siron
  • 14. Storm
  • 15. Tundra
  • 16. Aspen
  • 17. Blue
  • 18. Koda
  • 19. Midnight
  • 20. Miracle

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Member Since: January 2020
Location: San Diego, California
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I have been raising wolf hybrids for 15 years. Prior to that I owned Malamutes and Huskies. I am a professional dog trainer and master groomer. I have owned my own grooming business for 30 plus years. Working with wolf hybrids is my passion. I absolutely love these magnificent animals and think of them as my kids. I am very particular as to who will earn the trust to forever own one of my four legged kids. Please call or text for more information. I look forward to speaking with you.

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Anonymous asked:
Can a purebred Siberian Husky with blue eyes have wolf in them? I've heard that even a Wolfdog that has Siberian Husky in them can but it's not the norm. I've also heard that they can have green, red, hazel, and yellow eyes. Is that true?



A purebred dog is not going to have another other breed or species in them. Now the Wolf Hybrid can have blue, brown, green, or yellow eyes depending on the breed or breeds of dogs it is mixed with; as well as the species of wolf. The Siberian Husky was bred to resemble a wolf, so it is a common mistake that someone will expect that the Siberian Husky would automatically have wolf in it.


Best Wolf Dog is always a mix of either American Grey Wolf, or Timberwolf and German Shepherd. Only 2 recognized Wolf Dog Breeds.


I raised a Wolf Hybrid for almost 13 yrs and am telling you almost everything you state about their temperament is wrong. They in fact do remarkably well with cats and smaller dogs. It is when dogs do not show respect and attempt to adopt dominant positioning versus timid and submissive posture, when they are disrespectful of territory and the wolf's physical space, that is when a wolf will attack them. Wolves are nothing like dogs. They are far smarter, far more independent, but also far more loyal and they do not have to be trained. If they respect you as alpha they will not try to ignore, disobey, or play around when you serious. Keep making them question your decisions and behavior and they will make you defend your roll as pack leader and alpha. If you do not fail their expectations in return you will receive unwavering love, loyalty, and devotion on a level dogs just don't touch. They are watchful and can seem timid or shy around strangers, but if they accept you as alpha will turn into a demon from hell going after anyone with the nerve to be taller than you. I saw some very big men jump and turn corpse white who originally thought I was full of it and she was just a mutt. You also do not bring up the fact that raising a wolf and taking on the alpha roll (the only way to safely cohabit-ate with a truly wild apex predator) means taking on the responsibility of deciding when and where they can and cannot hunt and kill. Denying this instinct guarantees a dominance confrontation which can only be thoroughly resolved through an unequivocal and unrelenting display of physical superiority. I had to do it twice. Once to defend my roll as alpha when I ordered her not to stalk and kill a baby possum, and once when she tried to declare herself as superior to my infant turning toddler son. She did not hurt him, but held his arm in her jaws. What she was trying to tell him was unacceptable. As soon she realized I saw this and was watching she realized just how bad she messed up. I did not say a word, did not change my expression, but you could see the regret and fear written on her face. She immediately let go of his arm, laid her ears back flat, put her head down and laid prostrate on the ground as I walked over picked up my son, put him in the next room and beat her ass. This 2nd time she did not try to fight back one bit, because in her heart she knew one more disrespect to my dominance would mean I would have to kill her with my bare hands. That is what living with a wild apex predator is truly like if you wish for your wild companions true well being, as well as the safety of your loved ones. Hmm

Anonymous asked:
Would it be safe to have a wolf dog if I have a smaller dog already? I have a Corgi already who loves every person and dog he meets, but my fiancée and I would both love to have a wolf dog of our own. I just want to make sure our Corgi will be safe and sound.



There are a few reasons why I would say no or it depends. The Corgi, whether it be the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, or the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a fun loving breed. Wolf hybrids or Wolf dogs, depending on the content of wolf tend to be a much more serious breed. They need a very experienced owner. Someone who has more experience than just with a Corgi. If the dog is low-content then it is potentially possible; but I would not recommend higher than low to very low content. The wolf hybrid has a very high prey drive and Corgi's are small and could potentially ignite the prey drive in the wolf hybrid. The wolf hybrid is a beautiful and stoic dog that many people want, but they are not for every household. Please check not only your local bylaws, but your city, county and state laws as most areas do not allow wolf hybrids now. Some areas still allow them, while others require a permit. Once they get over mid-level, they are considered an exotic pet and a lot of insurance agencies will tack on high rates that have wolf hybrids in the home, or may not even insure at all. You will also need to find an exotic vet in your area that is willing to take on a wolf hybrid. I've had two wolf hybrids in my life so far, they are amazing. But they have also taught me that this breed is not for everyone. Please be cautious and do not just get one for the sake of status.


I currently have 6 wolfdogs at my home and my 12 year old dachshund puts them belly up regularly. You see, with canines there is no such things as a size difference, just action and reaction. Canine behavior is canine behavior across the board, some just have more intense behaviors. It all boils down to the instincts, desensitization, socialization, and supervision. While my F3 low contents do well with mama Lucy and submit to her, I wouldn't expect a high content canine to react the same if they were left alone. Also, you have to think about it this way, just because the dogs get along great doesn't mean the smaller dog can't be significantly harmed during play. What I would recommend here is a low low content dog (20% max) to be added to your family if you have your heart set on getting one and have prepared to own one responsibly and legally. Raise them together and always supervise. Remember, wolf does not equate aggression, that is a Hollywood fallacy. The wolf is naturally more responsive in both fight and flight, but typically, unless given no other option, the wolf will enact flight, and that is exactly what wolfdogs do as well. -Canine behaviorist


In my experience wolves are less prone to aggression out side of hunts and territorial defense because they instinctively understand the risks of confrontation more keenly.

Anonymous asked:
How much do Wolf Hybrids cost? Are the males nicer then females?



There is no such thing as a "nicer" dog. The connection between you and the dog, male or female, will all depend on the amount of effort you put into the dog. The price will also depend on the linage of the dog, the content of wolf, and where the breeder is located. The average price of a wolf hybrid is between $1,200.00 - $3,000.00.


Wolf dogs can range in price based on generation, and content. Unfortunately, there is no governing source stating where that price falls per dog and people who shouldn't be breeding them mislabel them higher than they are and list them for double what they should be worth with no health testing. Typically, you can get a low content for anywhere between $1000-1500. Mid contents $1500-2500 and High contents 3k-5k. Always be sure to ask for DNA testing, currently, Embark is the most reliable for accurate wolf content, and be sure they're at least doing genetic health screening. As for being nice or not that will always depend upon the individual canine. I have had 6 wolfdogs, 3 males and 3 females, they have all had their own quirks and personalities. Studs can become very territorial and anxious when they can smell a bitch in heat, and bitches in heat of any breed are subject to heat aggression and temperament change.

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Can a Wolf Hybrid live with other dogs?

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This all depends on the breeder, the dam and sire, and the puppy itself. Some wolf hybrids, low or high content do not do well with other dogs. This is because of bad breeding, as the temperaments of the dam and sire, and even the grand dam and grand sire can come out in the pup. Or it could be from lack of socialization. However, if your pup comes from a good breeder that socializes their pups from an early age and you do the same, take your pup to lots of training classes to meet all types of other dogs, people. ect. I would say that your wolf hybrid can do very well with dogs their size or larger. Remember, both dogs and wolves are predators. Dogs or animals that are smaller than them, unless extensively trained with and socialized with, don't tend to do well with wolf hybrids. The prey drive is too high in most. All interactions between the wolf hybrid and really any dog with any animal or dog that is smaller should always be supervised.

Anonymous asked:
Are Wolfdog Hybrid dogs good family dogs? I’ve always wanted one but we have kids in the home and seeing if Wolfdog hybrid are good around children if you buy them as a pup to grow up with the kids?



In short, no. Wolf Hybrids, no matter the content, high or low should not be raised with small children. Teenagers at the very least may be alright as long as the dog is raised as a pup with the family; but I do not allow my pups to go to anyone with children under the age of 11 or 12. These are an exotic breed / mix and need to be treated with respect. It is not a Golden Retriever and it is not a fad-dog like the Doodles. This is a mix that should be respected and have the understanding that they are more wild than you realize and need more than the average dog owner can give.


Stupid comment. I had a full Wolf from 9 weeks old. Father was a Timberwolf and mother was American Grey. Slept on the foot of my bed. Everybody in my house was truly loved by this Pup, and that would not change as he grew older.


Totally agree. I have video of my wolf and 6 mo old baby kissing on the floor. After 8 wonderful yearrs, the wolf was poisoned while protecting us. He would not stop chasing away the individual coming onto our yard, so they killed him. Or, he gave his life for that little boy, now a man.


Absolutely false. My toddler son slept curled up with Kona all the time. She was 50% Mexican Grey on the father's side, 25% Collie/25% GSD on her mother's side.

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Updated: 7/4/2022