The Schwarz Kennels

and the Dire Wolf Project

Yukon Lt/Blu (Co-Owned)

Elwin's "Yukon" Von Bosss
#BFE002-2  (F-1 outcross) Male

Born: 11-30-17(24)

  • Conformation: 10+
  • weight:150-160
  • Temperament: 10
  • Intelligence: 8
  • Trainability: 8
  • Prey Drive: 8
  • Scores as of: 12-2-17
  • SIBLINGS: Sakura;Sakari;Saghani; Tikaani' Tahoe; T-Bo; Yukon; Chilly


Birth Notes:  Silver Wolf gray. long. blk dorsal. rippled silver. whit socks. white eyebrows. sm blaze. no spot on back of neck. light blue collar pup

  12-16-17:   This is a soft pup at this time. 
He, like his siblings does not like 'giants' in his welping area.

He is submissive at this young age, as he should be. He is not very noisy and loves to sleep.

You will NOT have any growth issues coming from the Boss side of the gene pool, nor do i believe you will have any issues in the bones and growth from his moms side. Elwin has NO bone issues or giant growth issues.

Trainability:  As a malamute, the breed is not very trainable. Most are trainable when young but as they mature, they become independent. If you reach this boys brain and teach him the meaning of body language and rewards, you should be able to get a good understanding between you. 

Personality: He will love everyone in the neighborhood and will love other animals at a young age. As he matures if he gets socialized and good things come of it, then he will ALWAYS love people. It would take a devestation to turn his love of people around.
He will be clownish and will throw his toys up in the air and pounce on them. If you reach his mind, then he may put his toys away, or line them up and let you know which is his favorite. He will not be an obedience instructor, lol.. He will become more independent and stubborn as he matures, so teach him young.

Hormones: He will be slow to mature, lifting his leg at around 14 months old. Neuter him at a year. If you do not nueter him he will go into his maleness, but he should be able to be handle fine if you want to have a more male type of a dog. If you allow him to go into his man hood, then he would become a more serious dog as he matures. He should not have any growth issues at all.

This pup will be a very IMPRESSIVE looking dog and everyone will want to pet him and take his photo. He is an outcross pup and a boss pup so he should live up to 13 or 14 years without any major issues. Though i will say this, since his mom is an AKC malamute, i do NOT know that side of the lines.

12-24-17:  Lightning bolt harry potter look. This is a great pup.Very beautiful and will make an excellent family dog. Good temperament. I like this pup a lot. Was going to keep him, but can not keep so many dogs, so i am keeping a female instead. a Great pup!





Test Scores: 1 (low Bad) - 10 (high Good)

our tests are rated 1-10 on our AA standards for companion dog excellent in temperament.



   Intelligence (process of thought) 9
   Pitch of/Vocal sounds 7
   Barking 7
   Whining and talking back 7
   Prey drive 7
   Chewing 7
   Swallowing stuff 10
   Dominance/aggression towards humans 10
   Challenging owner/trainer 10
   Child friendly 10+
   Dominance/aggression towards other dogs 10
   Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals 10
   Soft/hard bite (mouth) 10
   Touch sensitivity 10
   Emotional sensitivity 10
s/b none
   Sound sensitivity 10
   Ease of training for the average person 6
   Velcro (not wanting to wander) 2
   Genetic hyperness or Energy level (pacing the fence line) 5
   Investigative or inquisitive (independence) 2
   Stubborness (doing what it wants instead of what you want) 2
   Eating of feces 10
   Sanitational pooping in the designated spot 8
   Sloppy drinking 10
   Age of life 10
   Heath issues (outcross)
unknown lineage
   Retrieving or carrying objects 8
   Digging 9
   Conformation 10
   girth 10
   Eyes 10
   Ears 10
   Nose 10
   Girth of Skull 10
   Length of Tail 10
   Feet 10
   Neck 10
   Topline 10
   Gait 10


Pedigree Chart

Boss   Hammer  
Elwin malamute malamute
malamute Mal/samoyed

For an more indepth look at the pedigree, see the pedigree database

Schwarz dogs are NOT working dogs

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