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2021-07-14 10:06:41 AM  
One of those hybrids needs to bone a grizzly bear.
 
2021-07-14 10:06:58 AM  
Badass.
 
2021-07-14 10:10:00 AM  
They are magnificent, impressive...  but not a ood idea for  pet.
The wolf hybrids I have met in my life ere awesome but need a strong leader.
They will challenge you if they think you are weak.
 
2021-07-14 10:10:04 AM  
Wolf-German Shepherd hybrids? What could possibly go---OH DEAR GOD IT'S EATING ME!!!!
 
2021-07-14 10:10:26 AM  
Cool, subby. It should've been the Cool tag.
 
2021-07-14 10:11:20 AM  
A CBS 17 viewer believes they spotted the four wolf-German shepherd hybrid dogs that remain on the loose in Orange County.

So far, Animal Control has successfully caught eight of the originally 12 escaped dogs


There are 5 dogs in those pictures.
 
2021-07-14 10:13:11 AM  
You gotta watch out for those sneaky neighbor wolves.

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2021-07-14 10:15:21 AM  
I would like to give them snuggles. I do not think they would like to get snuggles.
 
2021-07-14 10:16:39 AM  
Are they hungry like the wolves?
 
2021-07-14 10:19:23 AM  
My Wolf-Kangaroo hybrid is still in captivity.

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2021-07-14 10:20:49 AM  
We already had dog/hedgehog breeding on another thread.

I call dibs on the pic of the litter!!

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GSD, is there anything you cannot make better?
 
2021-07-14 10:23:01 AM  

abhorrent1: A CBS 17 viewer believes they spotted the four wolf-German shepherd hybrid dogs that remain on the loose in Orange County.

So far, Animal Control has successfully caught eight of the originally 12 escaped dogs

There are 5 dogs in those pictures.


I suppose one of them might not be a hybrid. Maybe a regular old German Shepherd saw these badasses out and about and decided this was the life for him.
 
2021-07-14 10:24:44 AM  
There's actually a breed that is exactly this mix:

https://www.petguide.com/breeds/dog/s​a​arloos-wolfhound/

(In the 80s, my dad was stationed at Soesterburg, and a Dutch Wolfhound was the base mascot.)

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2021-07-14 10:25:19 AM  

kdawg7736: Are they hungry like the wolves?


Large Siberian Husky "Hungry Like A Wolf"
Youtube DNJ-ks-z4Aw
 
2021-07-14 10:26:41 AM  
Wasn't there also, like, a bear wandering around Raleigh recently, too? And that escaped, rare, venomous snake? WTF is going on in the Triangle?
 
2021-07-14 10:29:51 AM  
A neighbor has one.  Grey wolf, GSD hybrid.  Looks exactly like a grey wolf.  She's the sweetest dog around...didn't you have three kids yesterday?
 
2021-07-14 10:32:41 AM  
Way to go Cedar Grove! Obligatory:
Baha Men - Who Let The Dogs Out (Damitrex Remix)
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2021-07-14 10:32:55 AM  
Need some in the Hampstead area. Maybe they'll stop biatchin about kids on golf carts.
 
2021-07-14 10:37:19 AM  

xxBirdMadGirlxx: abhorrent1: A CBS 17 viewer believes they spotted the four wolf-German shepherd hybrid dogs that remain on the loose in Orange County.

So far, Animal Control has successfully caught eight of the originally 12 escaped dogs

There are 5 dogs in those pictures.

I suppose one of them might not be a hybrid. Maybe a regular old German Shepherd saw these badasses out and about and decided this was the life for him.


I want to be the German Shepard in your story.

/*gazes longingly out window*
 
2021-07-14 10:37:32 AM  

cowgirl toffee: We already had dog/hedgehog breeding on another thread.

I call dibs on the pic of the litter!!

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GSD, is there anything you cannot make better?


Maybe:

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2021-07-14 10:38:05 AM  

SurelyShirley: kdawg7736: Are they hungry like the wolves?

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Looks demonic, sounds funny.
 
2021-07-14 10:39:55 AM  

EvilElecBlanket: Cool, subby. It should've been the Cool tag.


It's not cool.  People create these hybrids out of ignorance.  Wolf-dogs seem like cool pets until they reach adulthood (which they do a year or two later than regular dogs.)   When fully mature they pee on everything.  They want to roam a territory, and they have strong prey drives that can lead them to attacks other pets.  Unless you have a 10 acre enclosed area for the dogs to roam they will do everything in their power to escape.

Some people think a wolf-dog will be a badass guard dog or a strong fighting dog, but wolves are naturally shy and they make terrible watch dogs.  German shepherds, on the other hand, have been bred for that task and they are quite good at it.  If you add wolf to the GSD you get a ruined guard dog, and a wolf that doesn't have a territory to roam.
 
2021-07-14 10:41:02 AM  

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: A neighbor has one.  Grey wolf, GSD hybrid.  Looks exactly like a grey wolf.  She's the sweetest dog around...didn't you have three kids yesterday?


My BIL's friends - who live off the grid - have a similar animal. Part German Shepard, part wolf. Sitting around their campfire, it will lay at your feet, fetch golf balls, and protect you from chipmunks. Once inside though, you can't even look at it without it getting its hackles up. "Don't try to pet it inside the house[1]." OK, got it.

The one visit I had was cool. It was also more than enough for me.


1. House: dirt floor, no electricity, blankets for walls.
 
2021-07-14 10:42:18 AM  
Oh fark here comes the Panzerknacker
 
2021-07-14 10:43:24 AM  

sdkOyOte: They are magnificent, impressive...  but not a ood idea for  pet.
The wolf hybrids I have met in my life ere awesome but need a strong leader.
They will challenge you if they think you are weak.


Knew a guy in Florida who had one, and it was the biggest goddamn "dog" I've ever seen, I'm talking about long as a Volkswagen, with paws the size of dinner plates and a huge head. Cool animal, but damn.
 
2021-07-14 10:58:36 AM  

Barricaded Gunman: sdkOyOte: They are magnificent, impressive...  but not a ood idea for  pet.
The wolf hybrids I have met in my life ere awesome but need a strong leader.
They will challenge you if they think you are weak.

Knew a guy in Florida who had one, and it was the biggest goddamn "dog" I've ever seen, I'm talking about long as a Volkswagen, with paws the size of dinner plates and a huge head. Cool animal, but damn.


I cannot imagine cleaning up after that. You'd need a pooper-scooper designed for a horse barn, not suburbia.

Friend had a Great Dane/Canine of Unknown Origin mix for awhile. First time I met him: "Whoa, nice pony you got there."

There was no convincing that creature he was not a lap dog.
 
2021-07-14 11:02:39 AM  
The guy that bought my previous home turned the property into a wolf preserve/rescue for these kinds of animals.  10 acres bordering 9000 acres of NJ state land so it was honestly a great use of the property.

Those animals are massive.  Intimidating as anything as they approach you...until they get real close and flop over for belly rubs.  I suspect that's not common behavior but he's excellent to the animals in his care.
 
2021-07-14 11:04:49 AM  

xxBirdMadGirlxx: Barricaded Gunman: sdkOyOte: They are magnificent, impressive...  but not a ood idea for  pet.
The wolf hybrids I have met in my life ere awesome but need a strong leader.
They will challenge you if they think you are weak.

Knew a guy in Florida who had one, and it was the biggest goddamn "dog" I've ever seen, I'm talking about long as a Volkswagen, with paws the size of dinner plates and a huge head. Cool animal, but damn.

I cannot imagine cleaning up after that. You'd need a pooper-scooper designed for a horse barn, not suburbia.

Friend had a Great Dane/Canine of Unknown Origin mix for awhile. First time I met him: "Whoa, nice pony you got there."

There was no convincing that creature he was not a lap dog.


Great Danes are wonderful dogs. Dad had one before I showed up.

I aim to own a pair of them before I'm done on this rock. (Wanna name em Romulus and Remus :P )

/or a Chinese mastiff, those things are CHONK
 
2021-07-14 11:06:13 AM  

cowgirl toffee: We already had dog/hedgehog breeding on another thread.

I call dibs on the pic of the litter!!

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GSD, is there anything you cannot make better?


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2021-07-14 11:07:00 AM  
Why are wild dogs more dangerous than wolves, Geralt?
 
2021-07-14 11:25:02 AM  
I miss the days when dogs were just fun pets, and didn't need to be killing machines.

In this case, it seems the hybrid was intentional, and they somehow got loose from their cages?

I will say this again, "Asshole" is not a protected class. We need to start putting these people in all the jails emptied by the relaxed pot laws.
 
2021-07-14 11:32:10 AM  
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When do the wolf-human hybrids show up?
 
2021-07-14 11:41:49 AM  

LesserEvil: I miss the days when dogs were just fun pets, and didn't need to be killing machines.

In this case, it seems the hybrid was intentional, and they somehow got loose from their cages?

I will say this again, "Asshole" is not a protected class. We need to start putting these people in all the jails emptied by the relaxed pot laws.


OF course they are intentional. People advertised "Timbershepherd" guard dogs on NatGeo 50 years ago. Get offa that high mule
 
2021-07-14 12:02:31 PM  

4th Horseman: cowgirl toffee: We already had dog/hedgehog breeding on another thread.

I call dibs on the pic of the litter!!

[cdn.pixabay.com image 850x349]

GSD, is there anything you cannot make better?

[Fark user image 640x953]


:D
 
2021-07-14 12:14:54 PM  

cowgirl toffee: We already had dog/hedgehog breeding on another thread.

I call dibs on the pic of the litter!!

[cdn.pixabay.com image 850x349]

GSD, is there anything you cannot make better?


Prick of the litter?
 
2021-07-14 12:19:32 PM  
Scary tab subby?  Really?  Why is everyone acting like this if the first time wolf-shepherd hybrids have been a thing.  Look up the history on the Czechoslovak Wolfdog or any innumerable similar breeding programs.  Wolves and dogs cross-breed all the time, both by design and by happenstance.  And they have yet to challenge humanity's rule.
 
2021-07-14 12:19:37 PM  
The Wolf: Canis lupus
The Domestic Dog: C. lupus familiaris

They're the same species.  Not a hybrid.

</pedantic>

/ yes, this time it's lupus.
// turns out it's arguable.
/// Nice puppy.... slashie!
 
2021-07-14 12:25:46 PM  

sdkOyOte: They are magnificent, impressive...  but not a ood idea for  pet.
The wolf hybrids I have met in my life ere awesome but need a strong leader.
They will challenge you if they think you are weak.


I used have a wolf/husky, she was a very sweet dog and got along with the cats and the kids just fine. She even got along with the neighbor's pitbull that jumped the fence and attacked her; as far as I can tell she thought they were playing and had great fun until the other dog fled whimpering.
That said, every time I came home from work she jumped me and I had to wrestle her into submission to show that I was still in charge.
 
2021-07-14 12:53:34 PM  
Why is every Orange County a shiat show, no matter what state?
 
2021-07-14 12:59:18 PM  
I'd love to have such an animal but knowing my luck he'd tear my 3 year old apart after suddenly experiencing a prey instinct with a smaller creature.
Otherwise, seems like a cool animal.
 
2021-07-14 1:12:06 PM  
Ummm I looked at some other reports on that website, ummm check out the reporter in blue on this clip:

https://www.cbs17.com/news/local-news​/​2-charged-with-murder-in-death-of-moor​e-county-elderly-couple-sheriff-says/

I am speechless.
 
2021-07-14 1:12:48 PM  

Wolf892: I'd love to have such an animal but knowing my luck he'd tear my 3 year old apart after suddenly experiencing a prey instinct with a smaller creature.
Otherwise, seems like a cool animal.


From what I've read & heard (lotsa vet & biologist friends), the hybrid would probably tear you apart sooner. It would see the little one as a cub in her pack, and you as a dominance rival.
 
2021-07-14 1:16:15 PM  

8tReAsUrEz: Wolf892: I'd love to have such an animal but knowing my luck he'd tear my 3 year old apart after suddenly experiencing a prey instinct with a smaller creature.
Otherwise, seems like a cool animal.

From what I've read & heard (lotsa vet & biologist friends), the hybrid would probably tear you apart sooner. It would see the little one as a cub in her pack, and you as a dominance rival.


This is exactly in line with my experience, yeah.
 
2021-07-14 1:35:41 PM  

Langdon_777: Ummm I looked at some other reports on that website, ummm check out the reporter in blue on this clip:

https://www.cbs17.com/news/local-news/​2-charged-with-murder-in-death-of-moor​e-county-elderly-couple-sheriff-says/

I am speechless.


Mackenzie Stasko.  Ozzieman may one day do a video on her reports...
 
2021-07-14 2:01:39 PM  

Walker: Wolf-German Shepherd hybrids? What could possibly go---OH DEAR GOD IT'S EATING ME!!!!


I never thought a Wolf-German Shepherd hybrid would eat MY face.
 
2021-07-14 2:16:28 PM  

abhorrent1: A CBS 17 viewer believes they spotted the four wolf-German shepherd hybrid dogs that remain on the loose in Orange County.

So far, Animal Control has successfully caught eight of the originally 12 escaped dogs

There are 5 dogs in those pictures.


Life... uh.... uh.... finds a way
 
2021-07-14 2:55:22 PM  

8tReAsUrEz: Wolf892: I'd love to have such an animal but knowing my luck he'd tear my 3 year old apart after suddenly experiencing a prey instinct with a smaller creature.
Otherwise, seems like a cool animal.

From what I've read & heard (lotsa vet & biologist friends), the hybrid would probably tear you apart sooner. It would see the little one as a cub in her pack, and you as a dominance rival.


Oh good!
 
2021-07-14 3:50:36 PM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: My Wolf-Kangaroo hybrid is still in captivity.

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So cute.  Does he or she yodel?
 
2021-07-14 4:33:20 PM  

8tReAsUrEz: LesserEvil: I miss the days when dogs were just fun pets, and didn't need to be killing machines.

In this case, it seems the hybrid was intentional, and they somehow got loose from their cages?

I will say this again, "Asshole" is not a protected class. We need to start putting these people in all the jails emptied by the relaxed pot laws.

OF course they are intentional. People advertised "Timbershepherd" guard dogs on NatGeo 50 years ago. Get offa that high mule


Rozotorical: There were never days when Dogs were not used as killing machines or were not bred with wolves for certain tasks and goals.


I wasn't saying that.

It seems like today, most dogs kept as pets are aggressive breeds. I remember a time when this wasn't true. It was not unusual to see a German Shepherd, but not a Rottweiler or Pit Bull breed... those were the sort of dogs for junkyards or dog fights.

Remember Lassie?

When was the last time you saw a Collie? I have not seen one in my entire town. Spaniels? Retrievers? No, everybody seems to want dogs that are jacked to the max and hate everybody not in their pack (i.e. family).

I've seen smaller dogs, neurotic dogs bred to be cute. Even some of them can be aggressive.

I miss happier days when you had a dog to be your best friend, not because the state won't let you keep a concealed weapon, and it's the next best thing. The idea of people breeding a "wolf hybrid" should be shocking, but people barely bat an eye... or worse, some get angry (defensive/insecure) at the observation.
 
2021-07-14 6:02:53 PM  

LesserEvil: 8tReAsUrEz: LesserEvil: I miss the days when dogs were just fun pets, and didn't need to be killing machines.

In this case, it seems the hybrid was intentional, and they somehow got loose from their cages?

I will say this again, "Asshole" is not a protected class. We need to start putting these people in all the jails emptied by the relaxed pot laws.

OF course they are intentional. People advertised "Timbershepherd" guard dogs on NatGeo 50 years ago. Get offa that high mule

Rozotorical: There were never days when Dogs were not used as killing machines or were not bred with wolves for certain tasks and goals.

I wasn't saying that.

It seems like today, most dogs kept as pets are aggressive breeds. I remember a time when this wasn't true. It was not unusual to see a German Shepherd, but not a Rottweiler or Pit Bull breed... those were the sort of dogs for junkyards or dog fights.

Remember Lassie?

When was the last time you saw a Collie? I have not seen one in my entire town. Spaniels? Retrievers? No, everybody seems to want dogs that are jacked to the max and hate everybody not in their pack (i.e. family).

I've seen smaller dogs, neurotic dogs bred to be cute. Even some of them can be aggressive.

I miss happier days when you had a dog to be your best friend, not because the state won't let you keep a concealed weapon, and it's the next best thing. The idea of people breeding a "wolf hybrid" should be shocking, but people barely bat an eye... or worse, some get angry (defensive/insecure) at the observation.


Rottweilers and Pitbulls are not more aggressive than any other breeds.  Not so long ago it was German Shepherds that had the bad reputation.  The problem is the humans.  All those dogs have strong jaws so that when they bit or nip they are more likely to cause damage, and more likely to make the news.

The shelters are full of pitbulls that have been neglected and poorly raised.  If orphanages were full of, say, Canadian kids that had been abused and neglected you might think that there was something innately wrong with Canadians, but really the source of the problem is more complex.

All these abused and neglected dogs get lumped into the pit bull category which. In turn, takes on a notorious reputation no matter how many pit bull type dogs are wonderful pets.
 
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