The wolf-dog is a canine produced by the mating of a dog with a wolf to produce a hybrid.

The first record of wolfdog breeding in Great Britain comes from the year 1766 when a male wolf mated with a dog identified as of a “Pomeranian” breed.

In 1932, Dutch breeder Leendert Saarloos crossed a male German Shepherd dog with a female European wolf.

A 2014 study found that 20% of wolves and 37% of dogs shared the same mitochondrial haplotypes in Georgia.

Wolfdogs are also used as pets in the various countries of the world.

Meet Yuki a human sized wolfdog. He is the biggest wolfdog found ever in the world.

He is very friendly in nature with respect to the humans.

Normally wolfdogs weighs around 70-100 pounds and they are friendly in nature but some of them are very dangerous.

May be it is a good dog breed but it’s a dangerous breed too.