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This past Christmas, a dog showed up at our doorstep and never left. We named him "Wolf" because his mannerisms are so different from that of your average dog. We took him to the local vet, in part to find the owner, and also to find out what kind of dog it could possibly be. The vet didn't know anything other than probable husky bloodlines. Our Wolf looks just like this. He has one blue eye. I would love to visit with you more about your dog as my curiosity has been peaked to their similarities...
Very good...it will be nice to chat about our Wolves....Calumet is a gentile, 180 lbs of animal....he is a pet and a dog, but he definately..has agressiveness...especially to our wondering goats.....but we keep him clear of the farm animals...recently spotted is a Black Bear....in our neighborhood..that huddle close by in a cave so near to this dog...and no problems...hoping the Black Bear moves on to different territory...I, also, saw this breed...of dog.out and about......has become a more popular pet choice...too......"We took the dog "" in"" from a poverty stricken household that could not maintain and feed.
Ours isn't nearly as big as yours, maybe 100 lbs. Fortunately, he's been good with our cattle/calves so far but he does kill cats, chickens, and probably would kill smaller dogs if given the chance. I think he stays clear of the cattle because we have a donkey that runs with the herd and protects them. One thing I've found interesting about Wolf is that he shows no fear. We also have 2 great pyranees and he was quick to try to establish himself as alpha male, most definitely a pack animal...He sleeps most of the day and patrols the farm all night...I wonder if your dog has strange dewclaws?
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