Nor-Cal Wolf dogs

Misrepresentaion

Misrepresentation of wolf in wolf dogs

It happens a lot and it goes both ways, some might say he is 98% wolf and you find out what you have is 25%, some say no wolf, just a pure Siberian Husky, and you end up with a very aggressive upper mid content. Be careful in choosing the right content for you and your family. There is a ton of great information out there. We at Nor-Cal Wolfdogs breed for beauty, temperment and exotic looks. Our Dogs are Great Family Members!

Did you know that high content wolf dogs are never born in the fall and are never born pure white, have pink noses or pink paw pads! If you are paying $2000-$3500 for a "high content" wolf hybrid puppy, make sure to look for those things.

Misrepresentation of content in Wolfdogs.

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful: 5.0 out of 5 stars

Do you find your new "Best Friend" a bit overwhelming?, March 5, 2001 By A Customer

This review is from: Wolfdogs A-Z: Behavior, Training & More (Wolf Hybrids) (Paperback)

I can't say enough about Nicole Wilde's book. I own a low percentage wolfdog I rescued from a local animal shelter by mistake; That is, I was told he was an Alaskan Malamute, but at his initial veterinary examination, the vet informed me that my gorgeous (but aggressive) 100lb 1-year-old was about 25% wolf! Having had no experience with wolfdogs (and getting recommendations from three animal behaviorists that I destroy him), I realized that this rescue would be quite a challenge. I decided to learn all I could about his species and give him a chance. Through researching the subject on the Internet, I became aware of Ms. Wilde's work with wolfdogs. It was refreshing to find someone so knowledgeable in the field. I consider "Wolfdogs A-Z" an invaluable resource. While reading it, I found that I could easily apply the data and follow Ms. Wilde's advice. The chapter about Winter Wolf Syndrome was one of my favorites, as it gave me information I had not found anywhere else. This book provided answers to many situations I needed help with, including diet and housing methods. Most importantly to me, Nicole Wilde employs positive training techniques which have helped my wolfdog become a more gentle, loyal and affectionate member of our "pack". The book is a perfect blend of humor and instruction. I find it very complete, and a "must read" for anyone who currently owns a wolfdog or is considering the rescue of one. (It's training section is great for "regular" dogs, too, as my Welsh Corgi has responded very well to the techniques!)

If you plan on owning a wolfdog of any content, please read Ms Wilde books.