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Old 11-16-2012, 08:53 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by jenfitz View Post
I'm wondering.
It depends on their breeding. Some unscrupulous breeders sneak in a wolf here and there, to give their dogs a wilder, "meaner" look. However, breed standards do not allow for wolf blood in Shepherds. It's a no-no. And here in Canada, owning a wolf as a pet is illegal. Wolf blood mixed in with Shepherd blood can result in an unpredictable temperament for the Shepherd.

Please note that wolves are not aggressive animals - they get a bad rap. They are timid animals, who prefer to live in a quiet little pack, away from humans. They are very loyal to each other, and they mate for life. They are the best parents to their pups And they are very, very beautiful.

Sincerely, the mom of two perfect Shepherds lol!

ETA: Jeepycurls, please weigh in on this!
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