I haven't done sword and board with my wolf, so it is a bit tough to give you a real answer. In my experience DC is one of the harder places to level/farm with wolf before solid gear and levels. I spent just long enough to get my charm (and I still need to get the +2 druid one) because the enemies would hit hard and often. I found that since I did not get the bonus avoid from the ranged attacks it was just not worth the death timers. In other words, if that gear is enough to keep you alive I would imagine you could get solid farm times in the zone.
At the time I was using Erawan, Megalith, Natha, Deadfall, Creepy Crafted gauntlets with ctc burning veil on kill, some random rings/ammy, and a void in a greatsword with 90IAS. Now that I have more experience and understanding of the build I think there are a few things I would change and probably would have had a much easier time.
My issue was mostly that when I used harb to hit a pack I frequently would get killed by their attacks. The bonus defense from the shield (and possible block?) may make your results a lot better since you benefit from good %TCD at that level range. Assuming either sword is set up for the 3FPA breakpoint you are going to put out the damage, so it is mostly a question of whether you will actually survive warping up to them and also be able to see the barrels to dodge.
The set has a lot of bonus strength which will boost your damage decently well, and the shield gives bonus MotW damage to boot. There are a lot of parts to the set that do not really benefit harbing, but there are still good things such as life on strike, strength, resists etc.
That being said, if I had to make a guess... I think you could clear DC but I hesitate to say in under 10 minutes. It will all be about death count whether you can hit that benchmark. This all assumes you are around level 115. If you are higher in levels the extra points into Lifeshield, Faery Fire, and Symbiosis+elvensong is a huge boost to survival in the zone and will adjust my guess accordingly.