Dogs Like Wolves

Canadian Eskimo Dog:Called “qimmit” by some Inuit peoples and the Canadian Inuit Dog by the Nunavut government, Canadian Eskimo Dogs were bred for work. 

Alaskan Malamute:Alaskan Malamutes fall squarely into the “dogs that look like wolves” category. They’re near-identical to Siberian Huskies — except bigger and fluffier. 

Swedish Vallhund:Our last pick for dogs that look like wolves is the Swedish Vallhund. Averaging about 25 pounds and 12 inches high, Swedish Vallhunds are the pipsqueaks of  the wolf type dog pack.

Siberian Husky:When asked to list dogs that look like wolves most people immediately shout, “Siberian Huskies” The medium-sized canines bred by the Chukchi people originally hail from northern Asia. 

German Shepherd:The second most popular dog breed in the United States, German Shepherds are one of the most common wolf type dogs. 

Northern Inuit Dogs:also known as Kugsha were explicitly bred as wolf-looking canines for both work and companionship. 

Saarloos Wolfdog:A mix between German Shepherds and Eurasian grey wolves, Saarloos Wolfdogs have large, upright, pointed ears and long thin legs.

American Alsatian:are wrapped in varieties of brown, black, and white fur. Shaggy with piercing yellow eyes, American Alsatians bear a striking resemblance to wolves.

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