DYSART'S WOLF KENNEL

Let me tell you a little more about my breeding program. 1/2 Wolf, 1/2 Shepherd puppies are bred from huge MacKenzie Wolf sires, and AKC female Shepherds. These pups will be suitable for companionship and protection. I have 8 female Shepherds in all; many of them were trained guard dogs themselves, before they were selected for the breeding program. They will pass their protective instincts along to their puppies and from the Wolf sire they will inherit great size, wolf features, intense loyalty, and rugged beauty.

7/8 Wolf cubs are obtained by breeding a pure Male Wolf to a 3/4 Wolf female. The cubs are taken from the mother at 5 days of age and bottle raised. This assures a well socialized people oriented wolf that can adapt to most situations. Fully safe - I know because our 14 year old granddaughter helps raise mine. Very few people could tell 7/8 from a pure Wolf. 7/8 Wolf cubs are available January through May, and October through December with a 4 to 6 week wait after I receive the deposit. Occasionally someone does forfeit a deposit and it is possible to get one quicker.

Pure MacKenzie cubs are only born in the spring as pure females only come in heat once per year. A true pure Wolf is high strung and independent even when bottle raised. Although I have them for sale, I do not recommend them as pets because the average person could not handle one. A 7/8 Wolf Cub, while looking almost identical to a pure Wolf, is quite a bit more manageable.

I do not have a zoo, pet farm, or animal mill. Every pup I sell is raised right here at home by the family and children. I am the originator of the Wolf/Shepherd breed. I have sold more Wolf and Wolf/Cross pups than all the others who have them on the market combined.

The first impression of a well-bred Wolf/Shepherd is that of a strong, agile, well-muscled animal, alert and full of life. The ideal Wolf/Shepherd is stamped with a look of class and nobility-difficult to define, but unmistakable when present.

This dog has a distinct personality marked by a direct and fearless, but not hostile, expression, self-confidence, and a certain aloofness that does not lend itself to immediate and indiscriminate friendships. It is poised, and when the occasion demands, eager and willing to serve in its capacity as playful companion, watchdog, or guardian, whichever the circumstances may demand. This dog should have pronounced indications of strong and incorruptible spirit, never shrinking from the great loyalty that constitutes its primary purpose and breeding.