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In 1955 an experiment took place in the C S S R of that time that crossed a German Shepherd with a Carpathian wolf to that the breed possessed the favorable qualities of a dog without the unfavorable ...
(Slovak Wolfdog) (Czech Wolfdog) (Ceskoslovensky Vlcak)
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The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is a relatively new breed of dog that traces its original lineage to an experiment conducted in 1955 in the former Czechoslovak Republic.
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The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog puppy is quite unique because unlike other dogs, it does not concentrate only on one particular person, but equally focuses its attention to the whole family.
The Czecho is a mystical breed with an appealing combination of dog-like and wolf-like tendencies and behaviors. They are swift, courageous, and they act quickly on their strong natural instincts.
The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is one of the younger canine breeds as it was only recognized by the canine association of the CSSR in 1982. Just like the name implies, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog looks a lot like a wolf.
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The Czechoslovakian Vlcak is also known as the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog.
The Czechoslovakian Vlcak was created from crosses between German Shepherds and Carpathian wolves.
Country of origin is the Czechoslovak Republic.
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usable qualities of the wolf with the favorable qualities of the dog. In the year 1982, the Czecho, through the general committee
of the breeder's associations of the CSSR of that time, was recognized as a national breed.
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