Well, if it's your wolf then it will see itself as part of your pack and it will challenge you for leadership like it does in the wild with other wolves. I know you are probably just joking, but if you ever do somehow get a wolf as a pet, I sure hope you know what you are doing.MammothBlade said:If it did that, it would become a lone wolf, not pack leader. Sure, most domesticated dogs are the distant descendants of omega wolves. And that's boring.deadish said:It's all fun and games, until it accidentally kills you when challenging you for the position of pack leader.MammothBlade said:Screw domesticated dogs, I'll tame a big bad grey wolf.
Domesticated dogs are far less aggressive when it comes to stuff like that - namely because those that were, were shot and never got the chance to breed and propagate their genes i.e. such behavior were breed out of them.