9 Majestic Wolf Dog Breeds to Add to Your Pack

Sitting in the winter woodland amongst pine trees is an Alaskan malamute dog. This big, fluffy dog breed looks like a cross between a wolf and a husky.

Alaskan Malamute

Despite having coloration that is often browner than a wolf's grey, this breed—which the AKC recognized in 1959—is renowned for being active, energetic working dogs.

Belgian Malinois

This dog, which has a wolf-like appearance, was first produced in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s for border patrol. These dogs are loyal, intelligent, and energetic

Czechoslovakian Vlcak

This medium-sized dog has magnificent, wolf-like traits including pointed ears and a coat hue that makes it as fluffy as fluffy gets.

Finnish Lapphund

This Hound Group dog breed does not seem to be very different from its wolf progenitors. These ancient canines, who sailed with the Vikings, had pointed ears

Norwegian Elkhound

Like their wolf predecessors, the Samoyed are elegant, strong canines who thrive in the cold and make good pack animals. They are elegant, strong canines that live well. 

Samoyed

With a short double coat that is usually colored in shades of black, tan, cream, or red, they are normally small to medium-sized dogs. 

Shiba Inu

With their thick coats, Siberian huskies are natural group dogs that resemble wolves quite a bit. With their thick coats, Siberian huskies are natural group dogs that resemble wolves quite a bit. 

Siberian Husky

Three sizes are available for these little dogs: Toy, Miniature, and Standard; none of them compare to the size of their wolf-like counterparts.

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