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Old 02-11-2011, 10:52   #1
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I will be in a very short time happy owner of two puppies of CSW, one male and one female.
I have some difficulties in choosing their names.
Is very important to be short to be easily pronounced by my son (1 year and 5 months old)

So ... any help will be appreciated
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Old 02-11-2011, 10:57   #2
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Hi,

I would suggest NO and STOP.
Probably the words you gonna use the most anyway...

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"Thanks" for the encouragement ...
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Oh, just a matter of experience...
Good luck (and nerves).

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Old 02-11-2011, 11:14   #5
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Thank you very much.
I hope I will have ...


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Old 02-11-2011, 13:10   #6
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Hmmmm.....interesting thread -

well, here´s another suggestion from me:

What about may be : "Get down" and "Give out" ??

Best greetings to you - and don´t give up....


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Postscriptum:

Another fine names could be "Bad" and "Worse"...

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Old 02-11-2011, 13:22   #7
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Guys ... do not scare me more then I am now ...
I have 2 more weeks until i will get it ... so ... i have so times to change my mind
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Are you sure that you want TWO csw in the same time? For me its not good idea.
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Are you sure that you want TWO csw in the same time? For me its not good idea.
Please don't create false troubles! His main "problem" now is... how to call his own puppies!
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I decided that also for them ... being two will make it easier to adapt ...
I hope this decision will not have bad consequences for me ...

Navarre ... any advice that can be useful for a real beginner will be more than appreciated ...
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Navarre ... any advice that can be useful for a real beginner will be more than appreciated ...
- better one puppy at once
- choose the name you feel, never ask other people how to call your dogs!
You can choose a long name too and then call him with a nickname...
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I decided that also for them ... being two will make it easier to adapt ...
I hope this decision will not have bad consequences for me ...

Navarre ... any advice that can be useful for a real beginner will be more than appreciated ...
If it is not a secret... Who is the nice breeder who agreed to sell you two wolfdog puppies at once?
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Navarre ... I am perfect agree with your advice regarding the name ... however some idea can not harm
Probably after a short period after I will have them will be much easy
Regarding my decision to have two in the same time ... you got me thinking ...


Vaiva ... it's about the only breeder from Romania: Von Königs-Terry

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I agree - do not get two at the same time. Get one. After bringing it up and teaching it to behave, you can get another one. Or not. If you get both at the same time, you'll get in trouble much easier. It does not mean you will. But the chances are higher. Puppies will adapt to your family better if they are alone. Two pups make a pack and are harder to socialize properly, and support one another in doing bad things.

As for names, if you are Romanian, then something from latin might suit you? I'd suggest Lupo for male and Cana (pronounced Kana - from Canis) for girl.
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Navarre ... I am perfect agree with your advice regarding the name ... however some idea can not harm
Probably after a short period after I will have them will be much easy
Regarding my decision to have two in the same time ... you got me thinking ...


Vaiva ... it's about the only breeder from Romania: Von Königs-Terry
Konigs-terry it's not the only breeder in Romania. It's only the biggest ...
I think that you should have been informed first about the breed (characteristics, space request, problems you might have etc). Or after you have made your own research you could get to a conclusion whether to buy two dogs at once or not. This won't be the biggest problem if you will have the time to spend with them and maybe you have someone to help you with them (it's like in baby twins ... ) You should prepare your home (more explicit - secure your home - check objects that might be harmful for them). AND GOOD LUCK!
In Romania there is also a czw puppy mill in Cluj. PAY ATTENTION TO ULFIE VON KONIGS TERRY!
Think you won't be among owners that will come to the conclusion that czech wolfdog is not a breed for them ... because two at once is a little overwhelming ...
In the end to come with a solution to your question check this site:
http://finddognames.com/

Regars,
Beatrice.

P.S.: I don't know where you're from, but if you'll pass through Neamt county you will find our kennel in Durau: Ceahlau Wolves. Or you can meet other czech wolfdogs in shows.
GOOD LUCK AGAIN!
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easy to pronounce by a child......one syllable

ping and pong
jack and jill
one and two
wish and bone
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Thank you very much to you all ...
I own a house with a big yard (2000 sqm) and a big part of this land is for wolves.
The biggest problem is my time ...
The breeder told me since our first discussion (few months) ago that will not be easy with two in the same time but probably until now, when i have only few days until the moment when the puppies will be in my yard, I didn't pay to much attention to this aspect ....
I'll see ... with the names and also with the numbers
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Thank you very much to you all ...
I own a house with a big yard (2000 sqm) and a big part of this land is for wolves.
The biggest problem is my time ...
The breeder told me since our first discussion (few months) ago that will not be easy with two in the same time but probably until now, when i have only few days until the moment when the puppies will be in my yard, I didn't pay to much attention to this aspect ....
I'll see ... with the names and also with the numbers
Sorry to say this, but you don't seem to know much about vlcaks and even less about CSV pups and raising them.
However big your yard is, they'll want and attempt to be next to their human pack most of the time!
Brining up a pup by leaving it to run in a yard, (at least most of the time), is a very bad idea. Leaving two pups to run free in a yard means asking for serious troubles.

BTW What do you mean by big part of land for wolves? Do you happen to own wolves?
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Wolves ... what is the name of this breed ? I think that is not so difficult to realize that was a figure of speech ...

I don't know nothing about rising puppies of csw ... I am not that kind of person who after reading a book about soccer he believes that he is at least Maradona ...

I chose this bread because I need a dog who loves children, has a very well developed sense of property and is suspicions with strangers and also for his look.

In the past I had two german shepherd and i train them by myself to obey basic commands.
This does not mean that I am a trainer or that i know everything about the german shepherd.

So ... about my yard ... the point was that I am not afraid that the puppies will destroy my sofa or my TV ... I do not intend to abandon that dog in the back of my house ... specially that I have a son which will fall in love of our next member of the family ...

I am open to any advice regarding the puppies because I want everything is the best for them ...

Thank you very much and really I am glad that I found this community ...
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I know it must be hard to read comments or suggestions about not getting 2 dogs at once especially without having prior breed experience... when you post here really wanting support and people to share your excitement and happiness. I really understand it.

But there have been already posts on Wolfdog.org of others who have attempted to have 2 puppies at once from 1 litter with not very good results = double the trouble, double the training, more difficulty in training, more frustration - I think regular owners who are on their first Vlcak find it frustrating enough...

As I believe Jorja Wolfzone and Raider Wolfzone were brought together and shortly afterwards both returned to their breeder or otherwise gotten rid of.

I am only on my first CsV and he will be 1 year old soon. I cannot imagine having brought 2 at the same exact time, they require A LOT of training and time dedication to raise them up right and socialized. And I cannot imagine having another one within 1 or 2 years, that is how much training he will need.


I hope you will reconsider or at least think about how to readjust your schedule to better accommodate your family additions.

And, by the way, I do not trust my 1 year old male CsV to be good with children. He is just too big, rough, and at parks I must be extra careful, because he will knock children down and sometimes mouth too roughly even to me.
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