The fascination with dogs that resemble the wolf is very popular these days. They have been bred with wolf genes for specific purposes and for their looks. It’s their ‘wild beauty’ that attracts us to them—their air of freedom, strength, and confidence.
The wolf dogs in these photos are really the ‘puppy’ version of the wolf. Still, they capture the lifestyle of the wolf that is much at home in wide open spaces, their great teamwork, their sense of inner-security. Although they are shy, they are gentle and amiable. With the right treatment, these dogs are a pleasure to own. Real wolf dogs have been bred with more wolf genes, and require expert handling. It’s against the law to keep wolves as pets—they belong to the wild and can be extremely dangerous. But if you have the time and space, these wolf hybrids are wonderful creatures and great companions. Enjoy this compilation of photos depicting these intriguing canines.
1. Unique northern inuit wolf dog
2. Siberian Husky
These energetic outdoor companions are used as sled dogs, which they love. Their eyes are often two different colors and set obliquely. Huskies are known to howl instead of bark, and are expert escape artists.
3. Alaskan Malamute
4. Czechoslovakian wolf dog
Used as police and therapy dogs, this breed is fearless and courageous. They are also employed as attack dogs in special operations, as well as in search and rescue missions. They can run 62 miles an hour, and has razor-sharp instincts.. This dog is at home in nature.
5. German Shepherd
Intelligent, obedient and popular, German Shepherds are watchful and loyal. They are highly trainable and often used in search, rescue and military operations. But most of all, they are faithful companions.
6. Tamaskan wolf dog
This is a Husky, Malamute and German Shepherd mix. This wolf dog is agile, obedient, sociable and a devoted companion. They are active and strong and need a lot of space to run.
7. Utonagan wolf dog
The Utonagan wolf dog is beautiful and offers great companionship. It has a lovely temperament and is easy to train.
8. Saarloos Wolf Dog
You will never be bored again. These big dogs are lively, energetic, and proud! A great family dog with wolfie looks, they have a kind disposition and are not aggressive.
Named after the island, this Japanese wolf dog is recognized as a living natural monument of Japan—brave, cautious, intelligent, and loyal with good judgment.
Aren’t they just gorgeous?
These wolf-like canines are a top choice if you are searching for a wolf-looking dog. Wouldn’t you like to own one for yourself? Remember to investigate your breed and make sure you have all that is needed to enjoy the companionship of these great dogs while keeping them happy.