In 1955, a biological experiment was conducted in the former Czechoslovakia, crossing the German Shepherd with the Carpathian Wolf. The results were that both the offspring of the crossbreed dog with wolf, as well as the crossbreed bitch with European wolf, gave copies that could be bred. For the continuation of the breed, most of the puppies had favorable genetic conditions. In 1965, at the end of the experiments, the project of raising the new breed began, which was to mix the useful characteristics of the wolf with the favorable characteristics of the dog. In 1982, at the proposal of the breeding clubs of what was then called Czechoslovakia, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog was recognized as a national breed. In 1989 it was provisionally recognized by the FCI, being final and officially in 1999.