This is a tough question to answer, not because there are not wolfdogs readily available but because of our moral stance on this issue. The fact of the matter is that there are a lot of individuals that want these animals because ‘they look cool,’ or think that they look cooler by owning one, and do relatively little research on how high maintenance these animals are. We advocate for responsible ownership and that means researching their needs, the challenges owners face and finding breeders who are breeding their animals responsibly. Our suggestion, if you really want to dive into getting a wolfdog, is to look first at the legality of owning one in the area you reside; while they may be legal in your state, your county or local municipality (city/town) may have outlawed them. Next, find a rescue/sanctuary/breeder that will let you be around these animals – there is no substitution for hands-on experience and we encourage everyone to get that under their belt before making the decision to invite a wolfdog into their home.