There are certain places where dogs can come together and play with other dogs. These places are sometimes referred to as dog kindergarten. In one such place in South Korea, there’s a select group of puppies. They are unique because they belong to a scarce breed.
They look charming with a cheeky smile, and they have pointy ears like a Kangaroo. The owner says they’re Czechoslovakian wolfdogs. They are a mix between a Carpathian wolf and a german shepherd.
The wolfdog puppies are two-months-old, and they are becoming very curious about their surroundings. They are really shy and timid, so they should undergo social learning. That’s why they’re inside a dog kindergarten.
As expected, the puppies tend to get into trouble and make a mess. Fortunately, a disciplinarian dog named Luky is there to scold them. The adult border collie knows his way around herding and disciplining packs. He is there to help control the puppies’ hyperactivity.
On one occasion, during feeding time, one of the puppies accidentally spill the large bowl of dog food all over the floor. Because of that incident, they had to be fed outside. Also, one fun fact about them is that they only eat what’s need to survive. They don’t binge.
When the caretaker calls every dog in the kindergarten to come for snacks, the wolfdog puppies show no interest. This is their instincts in full display. Perhaps owning a wolfdog might allow people to save up on dog food.
After a day at the kindergarten, the father wolfdog visits the puppies. The dad looks like a full-blown wolf but with the gentleness of a house pet. Together all of the wolfdogs walk with their owner and return home. Tomorrow is going to be another day full of fun. They’ll be going to kindergarten until they get properly socialized.
Original story from SBS TV via YouTube.