• Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

    The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog resembles the Carpathian wolf. Though strong and tall, the breed is light and agile.

  • Group: Herding
    Lifespan: 10–15 yr
    Height: 24–28 in
    Weight: 44–97 lb

  • Care

    The Czech Wolfdog's coat naturally cleans itself. And the breed produces very little odor. As a result, your dog should rarely need a bath. They will, however, require regular brushing. The coat is thickest in the winter months, so expect to brush more frequently during that season. These dogs also blow their coats twice a year—at which time you'll want to brush daily. To round out your pup's grooming routine, trim their fast-growing nails, clean their ears, and get them started on a dental hygiene program. At-home teeth-brushing and professional cleanings are essential to every dog's long-term health.

    The Czech Wolfdog's coat naturally cleans itself. And the breed produces very little odor. As a result, your dog should rarely need a bath. They will, however, require regular brushing. The coat is thickest in the winter months, so expect to brush more frequently during that season. These dogs also blow their coats twice a year—at which time you'll want to brush daily.

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  • Disorders

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.