Similarities & Differences Between Dog & Wolf Howling, Size, Teeth, Behavior & More

Many people have a pet dog that they love and care for like a family member. Most pet dogs are spoiled and live in the house and get their own bed and access to the whole house. They get bathed and groomed to keep them clean and looking great. The interesting fact is that their close relative, the wolf is a predator. They are mostly found out in the wilderness where they roam free and hunt for their food. If they are found in captivity they are not in a home roaming free around kids but kept in a sanctuary. They are considered a predator and because of that they are kept at a distance to be safe. It may be interesting to know that they are closely related and have a lot of similarities.

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Wolf Teeth Compared to Dog Teeth: When it comes to their jaws and teeth there are differences. As dogs and wolves are both canines, their jaws are very similar in appearance in that they have a snout and teeth. The biggest difference is the strength behind the teeth and jaws and the size as well. The jaw of a wolf has the ability to crush bone because they have to hunt their own food. They also have larger teeth that are more curved than a domestic dog.
Dog VS Wolf Howling Sounds: If your dog is excited about something or alarming you of trouble they will often times bark. They have a bark that is used for many instances but they also have been known to howl. The howl is less used than a bark but they do have it. When it comes to a wolf they actually do not have a bark like you would hear from a dog. They will have a huffing sound that they will use. Wolves will vocalize using a howl that is extremely loud. They will use the howl to alert others that they are in the area, when they are hunting and for other reasons.
Do Wolves Shed Like Dogs?: One of the biggest things that pet owners complain about is that their dog sheds. The hair that is left behind by your dog can be frustrating but much worse when they do their bi-yearly shedding. When it comes to wolves they actually will only shed one time a year. This occurs in the spring to prepare for the warmer weather.
Playing Catch: When you get a new dog you will go out a buy what you need for them as well as a ball to play fetch. This is one of the most fun activities that you can enjoy with your furry friend. The interesting thing is that they are using a primal instinct of hunting. Dogs want to chase something even if it is a tennis ball. Wolves will use these same skills to hunt for their prey. The chase is in their DNA.

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