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Andy Biondi

Just a comment, Flowers Kuberos is the most spectacular puppy I've ever seen in any breed. Can't wait to see a photo of him as an adult.

Published on September 21th, 2016 - 03:49 AM
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Published on May 20th, 2018 - 14:05 PM, from Moscow
Fred

So far, this breed seems to be my dream dog, and I am thinking of purchasing one in the future. However, my family and I love the water and go to the beach multiple times throughout the week. Therefore I was wondering if this breed tolerates the water. I would enjoy having a shallow water companion. Another minor concern is if the breed gets separation anxiety. At least 2 days in a week the dog will be left alone for 8 hours. I won't mind hiring a dog walker, or even getting him a companion to satisfy him. I hope these questions aren't too wild, thank you in advance.

Published on September 03th, 2016 - 15:02 PM, from Colorado
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Jessica

I have always wanted a dog, and had always held a passion for wolf look a likes, but being disabled I could never keep up with such wonderful, yet high energy dogs.I have looked at tamaskins, inuits, utonagans, malamutes, and other wolf like dogs through the years, but all have proven to be not suited for me. I have always wanted to find a dog that strongly resembled a wolf but was calm and collected. I am happy to find this site and I hope that one day your efforts for this unique breed will come through! I will continue to research this breed to see if it will be right for me in the future.

Published on September 03th, 2016 - 15:01 PM, from Colorado
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Nikki

Hello, I'm looking for a dog and stumbled onto this wondrous breed. I still live with my mom, but plan to have an apartment in about 1 to 2 years. My life after that will be a juggling act of university and (hopefully) working as a Crime Investigator in the military. I'll have a small cat with me. Point is, am wondering if this course is manageable with this breed. Am not looking for a guard dog but a companion. Thank-you for your time.

Published on September 03th, 2016 - 15:00 PM, from Colorado
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