Before anyone buys one of these pups-- I strongly advise you to read this USDA report http://www.nal.usda.gov/awic/newsletters/v5n4/5n4wille.htm
They do NOT make good house pets and if not fully controlled can be dangerous... These are high mantainance animals
That is such a ignorant and ridiculous..... and outta line i might add, comment to make in a fellows buynsell add.
Having owned for 9 years.... a first generation TIMBER WOLF/AKIDA ..... what some would say is A VERY DANGEROUS mix... and it is..... through proper training, and lots of human attention, this dog never harmed a soul, was obedient like no dog i've owned. He was born in the wild and the mother was killed by a bear we think. The mother was a pack outcast, probably the mate of a defeated or exiled former alpha male, and no longer welcome in her pack. She had denned up and marked her territory in the back area of my uncles acerage up north near castlegar. My uncles pure akida max had at er one day..... and..... she had a litter my uncle discoverd when he went looking for her and found her dead from an attack by somethin big, prolly a griz after her pups. 3 of those pups survived, one lived with us as kids, and the other 2 lived 12 and 13 years and grew up with my uncles kids.... Never an incident. I would guess, and i could be wrong..... from looking at the pics of the parents, the wolf in the pics appears to be a few generations removed from it's wild breed. An EDUCATED dog enthusiast would see that right of the bat.
I am strongly considering buying one of these pups advertised here
I own a pure bred rotweiller, who is a wonderful family dog..... but.... we know how to raise a dog, and we don't give a rats@ss about USDA reports