knew a guy had one tied to his trailer when someone went by he would leap at them and the trailer would move a little finally he got out as far as where the road started and got a hold of a girl pulled her off the bike and tore her up bad
It is weird, and to have a wolf as a pet, you'd need to take the whole pack in, or have a lone wolf. Also, wolves take time to know. You need to become friends with them over time. They are very loyal once they are tamed though, I've heard. It is dangerous, but it has been done. DO NOT KEEP A WOLF IN A HOUSE.
Is it weird that Sigmund and Roy have white tigers running around their house? Yes, it is a bit weird, as any wild animal kept as a pet has the potential to "turn" on its owner unexpectedly, and do you really want to take that chance? (Plus, it would be a lot of work and expense to keep a wild animal as a pet.) Most people that are fascinated with wolves usually just get a Husky instead. ;)
My grandmother actually had two although the circumstances were a bit different... She got them both full grown from the wild after she found one in a trap on her property, she waited for him to weaken enough she could get him loose and she nursed him back to health. She tried to return him to the wild but he wouldn't leave her. The second one had been blinded by birdshot. They were both absolutely fantastic animals, quiet, well mannered but also highly protective of my grandmother. That said, I don't believe the average person should try to domesticate a wolf.