In these last years, we have been asked several questions about the breed, so we thought of building up a small FAQ section to answer all of your curiosities and doubts.
How is a Czechoslovakian wolfdog’s temperament?
How long does a Czechoslovakian wolfdog live?
The average life of this breed might vary but it usually goes from 12 to 15 years, with some exceptions of some subjects that got to 18 years old.
What does a Czechoslovakian wolfdog puppy eat?
Their ideal diet consists of good quality dry food (Acana, Orijen, Primordial, Monge, Royal Canin…), around 50gr per meal, mixed with grounded raw meat (chicken, turkey), 130gr. Meat should be frozen for 3-4 days before serving. Bones should be served raw, not cooked and usually mixed with grounded meat or dry food.
How much does a Czechoslovakian wolfdog cost?
WHAT ARE MOST COMMON DESEASES OF A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN WOLFDOG?
DOES A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN WOLFDOG TOLERATE THE HEAT?
During summer season, when temperature rises to 30-35 degrees we suggest to always keep the dog in a shaded ventilated area, ideally with fresh water at disposal.
DOES A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN WOLFDOG ESCAPE FENCES?
IS CZECHOSLOVAKIAN WOLFDOG AN AGGRESSIVE DOG?
If well socialized and properly trained, a Czechoslovakian wolfdog is definitely not more challenging or difficult than any other breed.