If you try to tell me that Dama isn’t part wolf, I’ll probably laugh in your face.
oh lord someone help me, my sIDES
If there’s any wolf in this dog I’ll eat my hat.
Fried or grilled? ;) Her mom was some sheepdog mix and her dad was the neighbors wolf dog. She was the least wolfy of her litter and that’s part of why my dad chose her, he didn’t want people assuming she was some evil creature because of the bad rep wolf dogs get. Prepare your hat for consumption, friend!
Literally the most laughable thing we’ve read since that “pure bread wolf” thing.
"her dad was the neighbour’s wolfdog" wow well with that solid, undeniable evidence I guess we just have to believe this blatant bullshit lie
Whenever someone says, “I know it’s a wolfdog because I saw the parents and they looked like wolfdogs!” I’m just:
If you think that your animal looks like a wolfdog, then you are decidedly NOT qualified to judge whether or not your neighbor’s dog was a wolfdog or not.
Fact is, most people have no clue what real wolfdogs look like and assume that any wolfy-looking domestic dog must be “part wolf!”
To illustrate the point: Folks think that my purebred German shepherd looks like a wolfdog. He has upright ears, a pointy muzzle, long legs, and sable coloration. In their minds, that apparently means that my pup *must* be part timber wolf!
But just because a dog has a somewhat wolf-like appearance, such as black-tipped hairs, yellow eyes, pointy ears, or a V on its cape, doesn’t mean it’s got wolf genes.These are all common traits among many different domestic dog breeds, as well - all of which have no wolf content.
What does make a wolfdog is a combination of traits - including physical, behavioral, and biological markers - which coincide with known wolfdog genetics. Your animal has none of these traits. It is merely a wolfy-looking domestic dog, just like the animals in the graphic below: