Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog puppies for sale

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is a relatively new breed of dog; a breed developed to have the strength and stamina of the Wolf and the trainability of the German Shepherd. The experiment began in 1955, with 48 German Shepherd and 5 Eurasian wolves. The breed was developed to assist with border patrol, search and rescue, schutzhund, tracking, herding, agility, drafting and obedience. The experiment was successful and the bred was recognized in 1982. The puppies for sale are versatile, known to develop a strong relationship not only with the owner but with the entire family they become great family pets. The CSV (Czechoslovakian Wolfdog) can cause difficulties when they encounter strange (non-family) animals; family animals can be introduced when the puppies for sale are young and no problems generally develop. To avoid aggressive behavior towards smaller animals it is vital to subdue their passion for hunting while they are young. The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is quick, lively, very active, fearless and courageous. The puppies for sale should never be left isolated in a kennel as they are dependent on human interaction. Their strong devotion to their family requires this interaction otherwise the dog may become destructive; socialization is very important. The female Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is more easily controllable, but both genders experience a stormy adolescence. The Czechoslovakian Vlčák learns easily when proper training is used. The training must present a challenging, varied program. One error that is often made is repetitious training is boring to an intelligent dog and motivation to perform the task is lost. These puppies for sale need to be stimulated with varied tasks that are purposeful. The CSV is very playful and temperamental. These dogs have admirable senses and are very good at following trails. The one thing which your puppies for sale cannot do easily is bark, the dogs have many ways to communicate with their masters’ but barking is not one that comes naturally to them. They use body language, and quiet noises such as growls, grunts, and whining, similar to Wolf noises. Training a Czechoslovakian Wolfdog takes a little longer than training a traditional breed of dog, however to have a stable and reliable performance this time is required. Once trained you will find you the puppies for sale have developed into a great companion, protector, guardian and family pet. Whenever you go with a well-trained Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, you can be sure to attract attention, and know that this is your dog, you picked it from the puppies for sale and he has also chosen you.