DireWolf Dog - Razar


Ashley's Rae-gal von Buck (Razar)

Born: 09-06-2019

Sire: Buck, Dam: Ashley


National American Alsatian Registry (NAAR) #: BA3001-2

Generation: F3

Hips/Elbows: TBD DNA: embk.me/razar
Height: 26"   Weight: 90#
Eye Color: amber Coat Color: gold Coat Length: short
Conformation: 8   Temperament: 7



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                                        O = Razar's temperament


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Razar is extremely healthy. She has not had any tremors, seizures, weakness in the legs or feet, limping, panosteitis symptoms, issues with her eyes or ears, excessive scratching or other allergy symptoms, soft stools, etc. She runs, jumps, lopes, lies down, etc without any difficulty. She has never showed signs of pain or any symptoms of illness at any time. He is extremely healthy and vibrant. Razar has been DNA tested with results returning late December 2020. 



Razar is an extremely smart dog with a calm, devoted sweetness to her demeanor. She has an excellent memory and does not forget what she is taught. She is on the submissive side of the spectrum. She is not bold and lacks in confidence. She always asks permission before exploring where she wants to go and she looks back to make sure that her people are with her when she runs out in front. She has her own mind, however, and clearly seeks to understand human behavior and language in order to live confidently in her environment. She is on the submissive side of life and can be easily manipulated by other, more dominant, dogs. Razar is indifferent or aloof to strangers and easily differentiates between those she knows and those she does not know. She accepts stranger touch and affection with time for introduction. She is not quite confident in herself and is initially nervous about different places, people, or other dogs. Razar is bonded to her owners, but she has a slight tendency to want her own way. She will ask first, though it is subtle. She is fairly calm and has a lot of patience to handle when she needs to wait. She is not energetic, but she does possess prey drive and the will to chase after flying things. Razar is highly alert to her surroundings and takes in many things all at once. She notices a great deal happening at a good distance and uses clear discerning skills to make decisions simply by watching how others interact. She is not much interested in playing and is more on the serious side of life, although she loves to go for walks and run down the trail. Razar is not sound sensitive and does not instinctively fear thunder or gun shots. She has a high pain threshold and she can take a lot of pressure before she communicates. Razar is a highly intelligent dog and learns new tasks with ease. 



Razar is a large tri-gold wolf gray dog with a black mask and amber eyes. Razar is on the skinny side of the spectrum and is not overly muscled. She weighs around 90 lbs. Razar has an excellent conformation. Her legs, both front and back, come straight down without any tendency toward pigeon-toed, cow-hocked or bow-legged. She does not have a tendency to trip over obstacles, but has a very easy gait and glides along as she trots with an evenness that is beautiful to behold. She has a nice straight back with high shoulders. Razar's tail is long in length with a definite curl at the end like a sabor. She has a large head with a broad muzzle. Her right ear stands firly erect, but the left ear is mostly down. She can throw it forward, but it does not remain erect for long. She shows dark pigmentation without any tendency toward white spotting. Razar has proper teeth alignment and her muzzle is not too long or too short. She could have a broader overall frame, thicker legs, and larger feet. She could also be taller and weigh slightly more as a result. 



Razar does not have any known faults in health. Her temperament is too nervous, overall, and her prey drive is too high for the breed. Razar is just too small in stature with a tendency toward being on the thin side in overall frame. She shows yellowing on her legs, instead of silver or cream. 


What She Will Consistently Produce: 

gold or silver wolf gray coloring

amber to yellow eyes

erect ears

long tails

thin frame and medium size

straight back

submissive temperaments

some prey drive

excellent health

black pigmentation, no white spotting

short/medium length coats
black and wolf masks

superior health


Medical History:

born: 09-06-2019