We professionally and responsibly breed Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs in a unique location in Córdoba, nestled within the Sierra Morena region. In this place, we have ample natural spaces for our dogs to enjoy and take long walks.
In our breeding efforts, rather than prioritizing quantity, we emphasize quality, aiming to preserve the authenticity of this breed and the genetic value of each and every litter.
We have successfully created a very family-oriented environment for their upbringing, recognizing the importance of socializing this breed from the moment they are born. We promote their social development from a very young age by exposing them to other animals, people, and children. Additionally, we travel across Spain and even throughout Europe to participate in various exhibitions to further their socialization.
The well-being, temperament, and health of the dogs that come from Lobos de Sierra Morena are our top priorities. In this breeding facility, we take responsibility for every step of the process, from selecting dogs for breeding to ensuring that the members of each litter find their proper homes.
Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs originated from the crossbreeding of Carpathian wolves and German Shepherds in what was formerly Czechoslovakia in 1955, with the purpose of combining the skills and characteristics of wolves with those of dogs. It is a breed recognized by the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) since 1982. In countries like the Czech Republic and Slovakia, they are almost a national symbol.
Each breed has its own peculiar movement. This dog’s gait is light, harmonious, with a wide trot; the head and neck are inclined horizontally to maintain an ambling gait, creating an effect which makes it seem as if they were floating in their movement. The resemblance of some specimens to the wolf is fascinating. These aspects also form part of the judging at shows.
These dogs are active and need physical and mental exercise to keep them balanced. Like other similar breeds they live quite normally in small spaces such as flats or urban environments.
Yes, they have wolf blood, and that’s why, in terms of temperament, these Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs are generally loyal, brave, and protective. They are very intelligent but also have an independent nature. Due to their wolf heritage, they can exhibit more reserved and distrustful behavior towards strangers. It is crucial to socialize them from an early age and provide them with proper training to ensure balanced behavior. This is a breed that prefers to live in the company of its pack, meaning the family it is a part of.
At Sierra Morena Wolves, we specialize exclusively in this breed. We carry out selection and breeding, and for this, we travel wherever necessary to find the best possible combinations and thus produce high-quality litters. We take our dogs for walks in various environments so that they receive an education parallel to their enjoyment, and we also participate in dog shows to have them evaluated by judges who are experts in the breed. Throughout the year, we breed only a few litters because what matters to us is being able to dedicate the time and care they need, with very selective breeding.
We are a kennel recognized by the Royal Canine Society of Spain with the prefix number 23485 (recognized by the Federation Cynologique Internationale with registration 384/2018). Additionally, we hold license ES140210007136 as a zoological nucleus, which allows us to have all the necessary permits to carry out this activity.
Breeding these dogs is a process that requires careful consideration by both breeders and prospective owners. Responsible breeders strive to breed healthy, well-socialised dogs, ensuring that puppies are ready to become part of a family. It is important for buyers to research and choose reputable breeders who follow ethical and animal welfare standards.
In addition, prospective owners should be prepared to invest time and effort in the socialisation and training of these dogs, as they have a strong character and require proper education to be well-balanced pets.
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Would you like to visit our
Czechoslovakian Wolfdog Kennel?
One of the privileges our kennel offers is the opportunity to visit and get to know our Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs up close, as well as our methods of working and living with them. Although you can follow our activities on our social media profiles like Facebook or Instagram, getting to meet our puppies during their primary socialization and their parents is quite an experience. We are located in an area surrounded by fields and woods where they can enjoy themselves, and the puppies grow up healthy and strong.
With a visit, you can also gather more comprehensive and direct information about the breed, the puppies, the breeding process, their primary socialization, the litters we have at the moment or in the near future, pricing, and experience the family-oriented nature of this breed up close.
The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, like other dog breeds, has a set of genetic and physical tests specific to each breed.
These tests are of utmost importance when one is a responsible breeder because they must be considered in the breeding of the parents to ensure the health and quality of life of the puppies.
How much does the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog cost?
When considering acquiring a Czechoslovakian Wolfdog puppy, it's important to understand that the financial aspect is secondary. Although currently at Lobos de Sierra Morena we work with a price of €1,400 per specimen, it's crucial to understand that the value of the animal should be based on other, more important factors such as health, temperament, and well-being.
At Lobos de Sierra Morena, our transparency, ethical breeding practices, and commitment to the welfare of the animals are signs that distinguish us as breeders. This is reflected in the way we raise our puppies. We ensure that they are well-socialized to facilitate their adaptation to new homes. In addition, we subject all our specimens to health tests, guaranteeing that they are free from genetic diseases and meet the highest standards of the breed. Lastly, as part of our commitment, we also provide pedigree documentation certifying the bloodline of each puppy.
Puppy delivery conditions include:
- A minimum age of 50 days post-birth.
- Transfer agreement.
- Individual genetic tests for DM, DW, and the puppy’s DNA profile.
- European passport with up-to-date vaccinations and internal and external deworming. Copy of the registration certificate in the LOE (Spanish Book of Origins).
- Copy of both parents’ health tests and pedigree.
- If applicable, copy of beauty titles and Bonitation.
- Guarantee that all our litters are bred following the breeding regulations of the breed club (CIRPLC).
Our Upcoming litters
You can contact us without obligation for more information and advice on future litters.