Kugsha Breed Appearance
Kugshas are undeniably wolf-like between their distinct head, size, shape, coat and color. They are large dogs, standing between 20 and 27 inches tall at the withers and sometimes weighing over 100 pounds. Their heads are relatively large but proportionate to their body size with a broad, moderately rounded skull and a slightly tapering muzzle that is nearly the length of the skull itself, separated by a moderate stop. Their eyes are almond-shaped and set slightly oblique, adding to their wolf-like look, as is their pair of fuzzy, erect, triangular ears. Their necks are medium length, muscular, and are adorned with additional hair length, eventually descending into an even topline. Their front legs are straight and incredibly sturdy, built with thick bones and separated by a deep, well-developed chest. Their shoulders are also well-developed but are often masked by the excess fur from the neck. The hindquarters are well-angulated and are well-muscled, especially in the thigh. Their tails are long and bushy, most often carried down. Their coats are dual-layered, long, and dense, coming in shades of brown, black, gray, fawn, and white, combining to create their wolf-like look.