He's cautious, distrust and afraid of everything and everyone new, getting unusually frightened with sudden events and sounds, prefer to remain in shadows in tense situations and never acts unnesesary agressive without having a backup. In the same time he's really curious about those new things and people, so it's really funny to watch him creeping in "wolf-like" pose to research the object of his fear. I've never saw such a fad of husky before, so we call it his own "fobic rudiment". On the other hand my older one has "hunting rudiment" - referring we've never seen husky to hunt naturally as strange as he does. And also, whe Jafar isn't smiling with his long tongue, he can easily make face of those wolves you usually see on photos. It maybe 'cause of his slanting eyes and a triangular muzzle. If only it wasn't so small, that would totally be it!
All of those things can be found in dogs, not just wolves. And remain in the shadows?? Thats not a wolf trait, lol. As far as huskies hunting, I've owned pure blooded huskies that can hunt just as good as any wolf.
Well, then what do wolves usually do? I only heard of their behaviour in the books before and once saw them in the zoo. Never actually met a real one, heh. Well, and I also knew a lot different dogs, but all of them were unique in their own field. I think wolves are like that as well.