Wolador

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Breed Attributes

General

Breed group: None    Type: Hybrid    Talent:

Physical

Size: Large     Weight: 175-100 pounds     Fur length: Short    Ears: Pointy    Fur type: Straight    Fur Color: Black, Black & Brown, Dark Brown / Chocolate, Gray / Salt & Pepper

ATTRIBUTES

Life Expectancy: 10-12 years    Rarity: Common    Availability: Easily available    Climate: Good for every climate.

Breed Details

General

Woladors are designer dogs cross between a Timber Wolf and a Labrador Retriever. They commonly come in a body like a Labrador with a coat of a wolf. These breeds are non-aggressive, loyal, friendly, and affectionate. They are not best when left alone in the house for long hours because they tend to get bored easily and be destructive.

Color

The Woladors come dominant in black with combinations of brown, tan or sometimes in burnt red color mixed with black.

Coat

Woladors, like their Labrador parent, have a short, thick, straight and easy to care coat. Their coat is also very dense water-resistant protecting from all weather and all sorts of ground and water activities.

Personality

The Woladors are loyal, affectionate, highly intelligent and well-mannered breeds. They are shy dogs and usually become weary to strangers but warms up later when they feel acquainted and given dog treats. These breeds also likes to howl because of their wolf bloodline. They also have their territorial and protective attitude from both parents. They make a great companion and family dog.

Care

Woladors are easy to take care. They shed very little to none, however they will still need to be brushed and groomed from time to time to keep their coat good looking.

Training

The Wolador is a highly intelligent breed like their Labrador and wolf parents. Early socialization is advised for these breeds and even better if they start training from the moment they get home, on puppyhood days.

Activity

These breeds will need to be given above average exercise to burn off their energy and tire them out. They are always ready to play and loves to roam around a large space. A 3 mile run or long daily walks and more would do better for them.

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