I'm going to let others jump in here, but before I do, I suggest you take a look at the wolf-dog topics on this forum. And spend the next few years thinking very critically about why you want a wolf-dog.
No one said you were stupid. I asked because you simply mentioned that you had liked them since elementary school.no, its not just for the looks. its a mixture between wanting something different or a challenge [hence the waiting] and spirituality. i know how unpredictable they can be, how they can run away for weeks, howl, be either aggressive or dangerously timid.. which is why i want one with low blood from a very "doggy" line of wolfdogs.. and i wouldnt get a puppy. not too old, but old enough so the personality of the dog can be confirmed. im not stupid.
Yes. I was thinking about the right way to word this.If you have any sort of ideas that it might be possible for your wolf/dog mix to "run away for weeks" (or even for a few minutes), please don't get one. Proper containment is the wolf/dog owner's biggest responsibility.