About Italian Wolf Cattle
Italian Wolves are a protected breed of Canine in Italy. The
history of the Italian Wolf begins in 1966 when a puppy from an Alsatian wolf
was crossbred with a female wild wolf from Northern Latium Apennines. This
puppy, whose mane was Zorro, is to be considered the founder of the Italian
wolf. Since then through careful breeding the modern Italian Wolf has been
Italian Wolves are extremely lively and endowed with a
fierce and independent temperament, they obey commands with firm conviction,
never with servility. They are very loving with the people they live with, and
are loving in an exclusive way. They are suspicious of strangers and are
excellent guard dogs.
Forest rangers mainly use Italian Wolves. They are very reliable when they are on patrol;
they are distinctly able to rescue people from avalanches, earthquake ruins,
and is particularly useful hunting.
Italian Wolves are extremely strong and resistant to
fatigue, with a high sensory acuteness.
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