#1
So I found out recently that you're able to adopt wolf/dog hybrids (I know they aren't technically a hybrid, but you know what I mean)

I've been thinking about eventually getting one once I move out. From what I've read on them I'm pretty positive I can handle one. I love dogs, have grown up around them, and I'm patient. So has anyone here ever had one, seen one, had experience with one?
#3
Get a husky. It's close enough.
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Huskys and wolf breeds are the best dogs in the world.

I know quite a few people with them as pets, and they seem incredible...just be prepared to brush them at least once a day, and to fill at least 2 bags with excess fur every time you do. And take constant walks with them, they aren't a "sit around the house" dog.
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I had an Alaskan Husky/Wolf mix. They are very reliable dogs and very fluffy. When spring comes, expect a lot of fur. EVERYWHERE. I grew up with one and they're very nice dogs.
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#8
Some can be illegal in certain states. They caught someone in New York citty with one a week ago and they took the dog away to a sanctuary.
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Huskys and wolf breeds are the best dogs in the world.

I know quite a few people with them as pets, and they seem incredible...just be prepared to brush them at least once a day, and to fill at least 2 bags with excess fur every time you do. And take constant walks with them, they aren't a "sit around the house" dog.

That's what I kinda figured. I wouldn't really mind that though, I get restless really easily myself, so having a dog that would like to go out with me would be nice.


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I had an Alaskan Husky/Wolf mix. They are very reliable dogs and very fluffy. When spring comes, expect a lot of fur. EVERYWHERE. I grew up with one and they're very nice dogs.

I don't really mind shedding too much, even most dogs that aren't supposed to shed end up with their fur on pretty much everything, so whether they shed a lot or a little doesn't phase me much. And I'm glad to hear they're reliable, you're definitely getting my hopes up a lot now
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That's what I kinda figured. I wouldn't really mind that though, I get restless really easily myself, so having a dog that would like to go out with me would be nice.


I don't really mind shedding too much, even most dogs that aren't supposed to shed end up with their fur on pretty much everything, so whether they shed a lot or a little doesn't phase me much. And I'm glad to hear they're reliable, you're definitely getting my hopes up a lot now


At least do him the favor of getting him as a pup!!!! When I was 3 or so he used to intimidate me with his little mask and eventually it went away..

I do miss that dog though ._.
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Some can be illegal in certain states. They caught someone in New York citty with one a week ago and they took the dog away to a sanctuary.

I live in northern Florida. One of the most lenient states in the country when it comes to animals. And there's a wolfdog sanctuary in Florida already, so that's not a problem for me.
#12
I've always kind of liked the idea, but I've heard they're very active. I know couldn't ever keep up with the exercise one would need. So I stick to Beagles, Bassets and stupid little stuffed animal dogs (Shih Tzus, Yorkies, etc.).
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Huskys and wolf breeds are the best dogs in the world.

I know quite a few people with them as pets, and they seem incredible...just be prepared to brush them at least once a day, and to fill at least 2 bags with excess fur every time you do. And take constant walks with them, they aren't a "sit around the house" dog.


This.

My best mates family has 2 of them and they walk them atleast twice a day. Not only that but you play with one for 2 minutes in the morning and you'll be pulling hairs out all day. Lovely dogs though, strong too and very excitable.
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I've always kind of liked the idea, but I've heard they're very active. I know couldn't ever keep up with the exercise one would need. So I stick to Beagles, Bassets and stupid little stuffed animal dogs (Shih Tzus, Yorkies, etc.).

I loved my Bassets so much when I used to have them. I miss them. But my aunt always had labs and I found them fun with how how much they love to always be playing and running around and taken for walks all the time.
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Huskys and wolf breeds are the best dogs in the world.

I know quite a few people with them as pets, and they seem incredible...just be prepared to brush them at least once a day, and to fill at least 2 bags with excess fur every time you do. And take constant walks with them, they aren't a "sit around the house" dog.

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#21
Wolf-dogs can be agressive towards other dogs, and I really don't like the idea of having to walk a dog while constantly being afraid my dog will attack something. Some people like chihuahuas, you know.
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Wolf-dogs can be agressive towards other dogs, and I really don't like the idea of having to walk a dog while constantly being afraid my dog will attack something. Some people like chihuahuas, you know.



no, they are afraid you will attack something, while your loyal wolfdog is with you fear is all but a speck of dust, lost to the mind.
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no, they are afraid you will attack something, while your loyal wolfdog is with you fear is all but a speck of dust, lost to the mind.

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