There is a custom within the world of the Czechoslovakian wolfdog to hear about ….
Czech line or Slovak line ……….
But what does this mean?
Studying the pedigrees this distinction, which esla representation of two different visions of breeding and selection, of which two types of breeding Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, genealogically
and genetically linked, whose phenotypic expression was observed, however, very heterogeneous In the second half of the 1980s. The main finding of this differentiation was in the 1990s. To
fully understand this particular of our race it is indispensable to go back in time and understand a crucial step in the history of the new generation.
The Czechoslovakian wolfdog was born in what is now the Czech Republic, but the transfer of many subjects in 1970 on a farm in Malacky (near Bratislava) in the Slovak Republic, radically
changed the course. Formerly in Malacky the new race was born that was executed almost in its totality by the military, following a biological project; The selection interested mainly in the
character and functionality of the dog, based on the plans of the founder Karel Hartl. An associate commander of Malacky, Frantisek Rosik (who was one of the first supporters of the new
career with Hartl) had sufficient autonomy to impose a change of direction, in the sense of greater morphological uniformity in project management and organic selections Of military
character had until now found little space.
In this context, these are the two lines of the Sarik wolf (the third after Brita and Argo), one of them occurred in 1979 the subject Rep z Pohraniční stráže, hybrid F3 resulting from the union
between the father (Xavan z PS, F1) and his daughter (Quote z PS, F2). Meanwhile, the military project of the new breed was coming to an end and most subjects were assigned to civilian
breeders, and of course the breeders benefited Slovakians who found almost all Malacky breeders, these were entrusted to them .