Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs can be prone to hip dysplasia and other genetic health issues. Regular vet check-ups are recommended.
Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs can make good guard dogs due to their protective nature, but they require proper training and socialization.
The average lifespan of a Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is 12-16 years.
Yes, Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs need a lot of exercise and mental stimulation. They are not recommended for apartment living.
Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs are intelligent and can be trained, but they require a firm and consistent approach. They are not recommended for first-time dog owners.
Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs are legal to own as pets in some countries, but may be restricted or require a special permit in others. It is important to check local laws and regulations before getting a Czechoslovakian
Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs can be good with children if they are socialized properly from a young age. However, they are not recommended for families with very young children.