The Definitive Guide To Czechoslovakian Vlcak Dogs
A relatively new breed, the Wolfdog is confident, assertive, and intelligent. They require quite a bit of activity, but are relatively laid back in a manner that calls to mind their appearance—that of a wolf. They are strong, given to sweet displays of affection with their pack, and hardy. Much like its wild cousins, it can be a bit difficult to train, but if appropriate authority is not demonstrated, it will assume an Alpha stance, which can be awkward.
1. Czechoslovakian Vlacks 101 – Information, Personality and Characteristics
2. Czechoslovakian Vlack Temperament and Training
3. Czechoslovakian Vlack Diet and Feeding
Czechoslovakian Vlack Diet
Puppies: Low Fat (~16%), High Fiber (15%), Medium Moisture (13%), 94% Dry Matter, (3800 Kcal)
Adults: High Fat (~16%), High Fiber (15%), Medium Moisture (13%), 94% Dry Matter, (3800 Kcal)
Czechoslovakian Vlack Weight
Czechoslovakian Vlacks generally gain: 2 Pounds per week until 26 weeks old.
Hip dysplasia is a common problem with Czechoslovakian Vlacks. Make sure your dog isn’t overweight.
A Czechoslovakian Vlack with healthy weight will not have any ribs visible. You should be able to run your hands along their side and feel the indivgidual ribs.
*All target numbers are approximate averages. Every dog’s dietary needs and weights will be different. Take into account pregnant or nursing dogs.