|Overview:||The Saarloos Wolfdog was first bred in the 1920s by a Dutch breeder, who mixed wolves with German Shepherds. This breed has many wolf like characteristics. They need a dominant owner with patience for long term training.|
|Colors:||wolf like colors and markings in gray or brown with some white|
|Coat:||The top coat is coarse and medium in length. The undercoat is dense|
|Character:||The Saarloos Wolfdog is a primitive dog, shy and strong willed.|
|Temperament:||The Saarloos Wolfdog isn't good for homes with children. They do well with others of the same breed or other breeds with a pack mentality.|
|Care:||Not much care is needed for the coat. Should only be bathed infrequently because frequent bathing will strip the natural oils in the skin.|
|Training:||The Saarloos Wolfdog is difficult to train. They need a strong owner with a dominant personality and the willingness to engage in long term training.|
|Activity:||This breed likes to roam and needs plenty of space in a large yard.|
|Country of Origin:||Netherlands|
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