Dogs are genetically and psychologically bred and predisposed towards human friendly traits, such as a simplified pack, lack of "mate for life" instinct in most, and a closer diet to our own. They are naturally attracted to human contact, or at least fare better for it. They have a lesser ability to function as a hunting pack or "one mind" hunting. They have an amazing language adaptability; throughout a dog's lifetime, they observe and absorb our words, body movements, and tones, just like a wolf among wolves, to discern their status and lifestyle. Wolves are wolf bred. They have one pack minds, follow and hunt, and have no human likability. They have a alpha and beta, much more defined than the loose, friendly dog social order. Only alphas mate, and for life. They think of the pack, not personal enjoyment. Dogs are joking about social order; wolves will kill, which is why they are not recommended as pets. Your child smacks it in the nose, it will bite the child's face like it would a pup's. They are meat eaters entirely, and I doubt they could live on the crude stuff we call dry food. Dogs are nearly omnivorous because of us. Wolves have a secret, but strict society; dogs live moment to moment.
Well wolves are related to dogs. I have read many dog books because I love dogs and they all say these two animals are cousins. Yes, you all are right wolves are very aggresive unless they are trained. You can train them by taking them to animal control but don't take them out of the wild because that is there natural habitat. I don't blame them for being aggresive because thats what they do there wild animals.
Ppl thousands of years ago, or so, tried to domesticate wolves so they would ward of predators and neighboring, or rival tribes. But since wolves were too wild to domesticate they decided to breed different captive wolves to create world of domestic animals. So they would train the puppies and add more to their characteristics. Then breed those dogs and so on. Then they became the domestic creatures we know today. But no matter how much time and effort ppl put up to turn wolves into domestic companions, it never works. God made them so they would be wild creatures. But domestic dogs are different. They were all bred for a purpose. Hoped you liked your answer. Thx for reading. XD!
I do know that wolves have one heat season a year while domesticated dogs have two per year.
Do wild dogs relate to humans
Wild wolves/dogs. Are not trained or domestic house pets/dogs are.
They differ only in that man has taken the wild dog and wolf and bread them out to get all of the different variations of what you see today in house pets. They have the same DNA chain with minor variations, but are essentially the same.
Wild wolves are a lot more aggressive and is more apt to be aggressive to you. NOT recommended!