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Old 14-09-2009, 22:29   #21
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a beautifull animal, no doubt....and i am not an TWD expert.... but judging by what i read in standard and what is most prominent in those pictures, the head.... i guess this is a nice animal, but can't be described as an excellent type TWD-type, or am i mistaken?!

to me, as a noob, the proportions of the head seem more 1:1 than 1:1.5
he skull seems more flat than slightly rounded, the ears seem set slightly to high. and though i like the eyecolour, to me the shape seems of and i miss the alertness, the sharpness i have seen in many TWD... I can't say if it is because of the shapeof the eye, or the shape of the head....

PLease forgive my posting if i am totally off, i read this site cause i also like to learn about twd, and this picture seems to have been placed here for a reason, so hence my remarks...
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Old 15-09-2009, 13:04   #22
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hi everybody on WD .. JUST one thing .. thanks masssimo to show us this beauty ... y remember them in dog show to reggio emilia and love them immediatly ...VERY VERY wolfish type ;;; and not shy when they are pupps ... now y don t know about caracther .. BUT one things is SURE ... y love this type ... best regards .. frank
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Old 15-09-2009, 13:34   #23
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woww !!! thanks very much to show us this very very superb wolfdog !!!! wonderful !!!!!
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Old 18-09-2009, 01:18   #24
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I'm overwhelmed! Unprecedented, beautiful!
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Old 18-09-2009, 23:31   #25
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a beautifull animal, no doubt....and i am not an TWD expert.... but judging by what i read in standard and what is most prominent in those pictures, the head.... i guess this is a nice animal, but can't be described as an excellent type TWD-type, or am i mistaken?!

to me, as a noob, the proportions of the head seem more 1:1 than 1:1.5
he skull seems more flat than slightly rounded, the ears seem set slightly to high. and though i like the eyecolour, to me the shape seems of and i miss the alertness, the sharpness i have seen in many TWD... I can't say if it is because of the shapeof the eye, or the shape of the head....

PLease forgive my posting if i am totally off, i read this site cause i also like to learn about twd, and this picture seems to have been placed here for a reason, so hence my remarks...
I tough the head was more foxlike than wolflike
But the main problem I think I saw on those fotos was what seems to be weak fingers on the frontpaws.
But I wonder about the body index and the back legs angles/quality.

Nice photos!
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Old 21-09-2009, 00:28   #26
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Thanks god we have so many experts of quality according to standard from a couple of photos!

Why certain Judges are considered experts I really don't understand....

I wonder what the replies would have been if the kennel name was **** or @@@@.
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Old 21-09-2009, 12:11   #27
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because the most animals from Italy do not look like this. its realy beautiful animal, i dont care, wich kennel is it.
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Old 21-09-2009, 19:30   #28
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wow!!! amazing wolfdog!!!
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Old 03-12-2009, 22:19   #29
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Old 04-12-2009, 12:14   #30
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a butifull animal, i would be happy to own somthing as butifull as that
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Old 04-12-2009, 13:08   #31
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WAOUUUUUU y love !!!!
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Old 04-12-2009, 15:22   #32
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Really fantastic.
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Old 04-12-2009, 19:48   #33
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Why is this nice looking wolfdog shown in a small fence??
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Old 04-12-2009, 23:14   #34
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Dear Laila, from Slovensko,

I'm Souvla, living in France and I live and work with to Vlcaks. (My lady dog is named Laïla !). You write you must look at twice to recognize a vlcak when it comes from France ?!!!!! We are building our breeds since ten years now and I think that we can, more and more, be proud of our work !

RONA, you wrote the fullsense words about our Vlcaks !

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Old 05-12-2009, 14:41   #35
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RONA, you wrote the fullsense words about our Vlcaks !
Thank you!
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Old 06-12-2009, 12:41   #36
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I think it´s very beatiful
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I think there are a lot of diffrent types of Csw and this is a fantastic one!
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Old 10-02-2010, 20:47   #38
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I think there are a lot of diffrent types of Csw and this is a fantastic one!
Hmmmmmm... yes it is...

But the question one must ask is way do the breed look more and more differant when it is to look more and more similar and fixed for every generation ??? And way is there so extreme differance on the puppy´s sometimes in the same litter ???

Therefor I got one more question for you all...

What is this ???












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Old 10-02-2010, 23:23   #39
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I guess some things you can get quikly (and maby things you do not want) and other things can take some more time to show genetic.But Csw is a young breed and everyone have there own picture of the ultimate wolfdog.And i think its good that they are differenses and in the same time place for that in the standard.
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Old 12-02-2010, 22:15   #40
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Pics are from a friend... You wish you owned a wolf too? no...it's just a product italian breeder...
Yep...that's what Italian breeding can do...
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i would say on the off chance it is definately one of these,ha ha
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