Looking to adopt (rescue) YOUNG Tamascan CT. USA.

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Looking to adopt (rescue) YOUNG Tamascan CT. USA.

Post by Sololupo » Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:11 pm

My Lupo is 2 years old and mellow in the house but needs more stimulation than a daily walk gives. He has 2 1/2 fenced in acres and I know he would love a companion. Young dog needed because I don't want him to feel threatened or get overwhelmed by the new addition to the family
( Me ,2 cats and Lupo) Lupo is Malamute X. I am looking for an 'easy' dog. I managed to work miracles with Lupo but that can be done with just one animal to concentrate on, I don't have the energy to go through all that agin.

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Post by Katlin » Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:59 pm

If you want an easy dog then I wouldn't suggest a Tam...they are arctic breeds, same as Lupo, and they tend to act like it ;) Read the temperament thread on the forum so you know what everyone one says about their tams.

I'll tell you right now, my guy is a handful.
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Post by Sololupo » Sun Sep 29, 2013 8:30 pm

Tanks...I know what you mean...Lupo is high wolf content and has certainly kept me on my toes. However, I would actually call him mellow now.
I thought there might be others out there.
I'm not looking for lab or golden kind of 'easy', just not a dog with too many emotional problems or a tragic history.
I can wait.

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Post by Tiantai » Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:02 pm

How is he when around kids and other dogs?
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Post by Lynwae » Mon Sep 30, 2013 2:32 pm

Lupo is not an high content, but a very nice low/lower mid.
Please stop missrepresenting your dogs, people then believe that they can have a real high content, and when they end up with the real thing, their life is becoming hell.
And then... The dog pay.
Everytime.

Anyway, welcome here and good luck for your research :)

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Post by Lynwae » Mon Sep 30, 2013 2:37 pm


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Post by Tiantai » Mon Sep 30, 2013 4:50 pm

Lynwae wrote:Lupo is not an high content, but a very nice low/lower mid.
Please stop missrepresenting your dogs, people then believe that they can have a real high content, and when they end up with the real thing, their life is becoming hell.
And then... The dog pay.
Everytime.

Anyway, welcome here and good luck for your research :)
I don't know if Lupo is one of the dogs shown on that avatar so I didn't want to make any judgements. However, the way Sololupo described the dog as mellow and at the same time called it a high-content clearly sounds VERY suspicious and doubtful which was why I asked how the dog is around kids and strangers.
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Post by Tiantai » Mon Sep 30, 2013 4:52 pm

Here's another group that I highly recommend:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/stopwol ... sentation/

This is a group full of wolfdog experts and owners who have helped many other wolfdog owners with various issues.
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