Lively, Sociable, Quick, Active, Fearless, Courageous
Czech Wolfdogs need a lot of daily activity and mental stimulation. If not exercised sufficiently, they may turn to destructive behaviors. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can help your pup burn off energy. This breed often enjoys long walks and runs.
The Czechoslovakian wolfdog breed was the byproduct of an experiment. From 1955 to 1965, in what was then the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, a man named Karel Hartl sought to breed wolves and German shepherd dogs for the border guard. Using German shepherds and Carpathian wolves,