I got a Chance to Meet “Rogue” a WolfDog and his owner while doing some shopping in Redding ca, Rouge is part of a 6th Generation breeding Process between a gray wolf and  (various Canis lupus subspecies) .

It’s illegal to own a Purebred Wolf in california , that the Biggest goal with breeders is to take the Pups / dogs that look most like the gary Wolf and continue to breed them to get  closer to a domesticated  looking wolfDog. 

 owner also told me that with age Rogues eye color could change ,owner  hopes they will change to Green.

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  1. Avatar KarenC says:

    I don't know enough about this process to make an educated comment, however this type of breeding scares me a little. What are the chances of this type of animal hurting someone when the wild side of him/her comes out? We know that with all domestic dogs, one must respect the fact that they can injure, no matter the breed, so with the wolf gene present, is this more of a danger?

    • KarenC

      I am also in the same boat I am not a animal expert , But what I do know is that all dogs from the smallest Chihuahua to the biggest Great Dane came from one 130 lb gray wolf .

      over the generations selective breeding is why we can have dogs as pets , in this Process they are trying breed out the Aggression out

      and keeping the wolf look. But than again with any pet there is a chance of them biting , I have a 2 yr old 7 lb Wiener dog and let me tell you he thinks he's a wolf.