The American Dirus dog is a large domesticated Dire Wolf looking dog with yellow eyes.
Are you still there?
We have more than a hundred families who have been waiting on our list for many years who haven't contacted us. We are sad and wonder if you are still out there. We miss you and want to hear from you. Are you still out there?
If you have been hanging out on our waiting list since before 2022, please send us a quick line. Let us know you still care about us and want to remain on the list. We miss not hearing from you and want to feel the love.
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If you are on our waiting list from before 2022, please let us know you still care by replying below, private messaging or emailing us today. If we don't hear from you within the month, we will screenshot the list and then delete any names from families who have not contacted us to let us know they want to remain in the running for a future puppy.
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The Dire Wolf Project™ is the breeding of a large companion dog with the exact bone and body structure of the Dire Wolf (canis dirus), an extinct wolf of the Pleistocene era. No one knows exactly what a Dire Wolf looked like, but DireWolf Dogs of Vallecito, LLC understands GODS BREEDING PLAN™. In the wild, animals must survive by hiding, blending into the enviroment and being keenly aware of all that surrounds them. Knowing this, we can imagine what the Dire Wolf must have looked like. Put that image together with the exact measurements of the Dire Wolf bones found and you have a pretty close resemblance of the extinct prehistoric Dire Wolf.
Because wild animals cannot fit into our modern lifestyles, the Dire Wolf Project breeds only loving, kind and mild tempermented domesticated dogs. Temperament being the first and most important genetic quality to be selected in any puppies kept for breeding. After thirty years of this kind of selective breeding, the Dire Wolf Project begets litter after litter of the first large breed companion dogs that have a very low prey drive with a high degree of pain tolerance. With regular and systematic crossbreeding to keep genetic diversity, Lois has driven down the physical and mental disabilites found in many of our purebred dogs today.
"There is NO wolf blood in our dogs as I would NEVER breed a wolf into a companion dog." - Lois Schwarz
***The Dire Wolf Project Book has ARRIVED***
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Dire Wolf Project
Creating an Extraordinary Dog Breed
Now, for the first time, in one comprehensive volume, we will reveal all of the reasons why we:
- refuse to participate in AKC, UKC, ARBA, etc
- reject the "wait-to-breed" model of dog breeding
- regularly and systematically crossbreed with other dog breeds
- inbreed on superior dogs within the project
- breed for an exact replication of an extinct species of wolf
- sell dogs for profit
- call our dogs strongbred instead of purebred
- claim to produce healthy dogs despite formally health testing every single dog within the project.
Go to Dire Wolf Project Book page
for more details about the book.
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