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jr1647589731012

They are happy if you treat them right. They aren't couch potatoes, to put it mildly.

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lmaonade654

thats racist

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d_schwaggins

Not a single one eaten?

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tade0

It has so much wolf blood in it that instead of barking it says "Ну, погоди!"

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devilchubby669

It's a poser

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hastalavistatoo

Bullshit storie. Lately people have cross breed pet dogs and wild wolf to get new selling point.

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browncoats

Absolutely not true. Tamaskans are between 10 to 20 % pure wolf, depending on their line. We do own a Tamaskan and she has 16% wolfblood according to a DNA test. As with every dog, it depends strongly on the character, but Tamaskans are wolf-dogs and will never be as tame as a regular dog. They will play rougher, other dogs will be afraid of them and very cautious and most of the time, they will strongly react and act with a pack mentality (not as bad as Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs, but still very wolf-like) . On the other hand, they are absolutely awesome, very clever and in our case, can even be excellent assistance dogs. Nevertheless, they will require much MUCH more work then a runofthemill-dog, but if you can provide time and understand their mentality, you'll get not only a dog, but a true family-member.

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dlromero2

...but after making the post...

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aventium

Dogs are literally a subspecies of wolves.

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avtomav

Dogs must come from bears then...

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