Wolfdogs! Why are they better than domestic dogs?
Many animal lovers dream of keeping a wolfdog. But how well are these hybrids adapted to living with humans? The first cross-breeding of a dog and a wolf was recorded in Great Britain in 1766 – a spitz was mated with a male wolf. The resulting litter looked like wolves, but had a softer temper. As a rule, such special-purpose dogs are bred by biological scientists as assistants to special services, military hunters, rescuers. So what makes wolfdogs better than dogs? Watch this video and find out.
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