The Czechoslovakian Wolfhound belongs to a relatively new breed of dog. It was obtained by crossing a German Shepherd with a Carpathian wolf. Initially, this dog was used for military service, and today dogs of this breed are used as reliable guards and watchmen. The Czechoslovakian Wolfhound is considered to be a rather rare dog.
Outwardly, the Czechoslovakian Wolfhound is very much like a wolf. This is a strong, hardy and fast dog, which is both ferocious and graceful at the same time, moreover, it is absolutely fearless and does not know about fear.
It is strongly not recommended to have a Czechoslovakian Wolfhound for people who do not have sufficient experience in dog breeding, as well as if you have small children or other pets at home. These dogs fiercely defend their home and their territory. This Wolfhound is an independent, active and lively breed. As a rule, they are extremely loyal to their master and establish a very close relationship with him.
Wool and care
The Czechoslovakian Wolfhound has a double, dense, straight coat close to the body. Abundant shedding occurs twice a year and during this time the dog’s coat requires special attention and careful care. Periodic brushing with a stiff brush is usually sufficient. The coat is self-cleaning, and therefore bathing is not required for this dog. Since this breed is classified as rare, there is no data on specific diseases for it. This Wolfhound is a dog for countries with cold climates.
Intense and ongoing socialization and ongoing obedience training are essential for this dog. The training should be structured in the form of short, varied lessons so that the Czechoslovakian Wolfhound feels a constant interest in the studies. Training should be based on respect, firmness, fairness, patience, and consistency.
The Czechoslovakian Wolfhound is completely unsuitable for keeping in a city apartment. He needs constant physical activity, and therefore this dog can live only in rural areas, where he will have his own enclosure and a fairly familiar job of protecting the family and property.