I don't like them as breeders, they are doing lots of litters, they have the litter number next to the puppies photo, and in the wolf dog there was 3 separate litters available now. some of the puppies are over 3 months old, so at 12 weeks that would be old to get a wolf pup, I am sure it would be better to get them younger, so they are breeding dogs to excess.
On the WGSD pages, I could not find any information on the hip scores and other health testing done, and that makes this not a good webpage. I also STRONGLY disagree with the comment that there WGSD do not have wolf added, even though elsewhere in the world it is the norm for this to happen. I have never heard of this, and I do a lot of research in the WGSD and research the european pages with a translator, never ever have I seen it even mentioned.
I have supplied a couple of page below, I would recommend you do further study before deciding to purchase a wolf hybrid
· 1 decade ago