Caring for a Czech wolfdog is a very long obligation because it can live to be more than 15 years old. In order to care for your Czech wolfdog, you need somewhere to exercise it, dog food and a good home.Continue Reading
Consider whether or not your home is able to accommodate a Czech wolfdog before you take in the animal. Czech wolfdogs often have a lot of energy and do best in home environments that have large yards. If you live in a house with a small yard, you need to make sure your Czech wolfdog is able to expend its energy through daily exercise.
Take your Czech wolfdog on a long walk at least once a day. Daily exercise helps to keep your dog healthy and well behaved. If a wolfdog expends a lot of energy while running around outside, the chance of it becoming aggressive or restless at home is lessened.
Examine all of your dog-food options before making any purchases. Czech wolfdogs need a lot of protein in their diet, so be sure your dog receives plenty of meat in its food.
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