The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog or Ceskoslovensky Vlciak is a breed of dog developed in the former CSSR by Karel Hartl during the mid 1950’s. It was officially recognised as a breed in the former Czechoslovakia in 1982. Further on in 1989 it was given full recognition by the FCI in 1989 as breed number 332 in Group 1 Sheepdogs and Cattle dogs.

To read the official breed standard on the breed visit this link CLICK HERE

Watch the Animal Watch educational video on the breed

The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is lucky to have traceability going back to the original dogs used in the breeding programme. The best place to find out information, history and look back at ancestry through pictures is by visiting the Wolfdog Database. This database is ran by the dedicated Tanja Polnik (Germany). There is also a Facebook page you can visit containing lots of information Wolfdog Information.

If you are interested in joining the UK breed club and helping to support the growth and support of our wonderful breed then you can visit their website CWDCGB. They also have Facebook and Instagram too.

If its our dogs your particularly interested in and you would like to come along and meet our Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs, learn more about the breed or potentially register interest in owning a puppy or older dog then please contact us. We are always happy to talk to people and our dogs enjoy meeting people too.