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In the magical blocky world of Minecraft, wolves are one of the many animals that you can tame. They often appear in forest biomes, taiga, snow-covered taiga and giant taiga forests. They usually appear in packs of 4 and about 10% of wolves have cubs. As with all animals in Minecraft, you first need to understand their lifestyle before you can take care of them properly. In this blog post, we will give you instructions on how to take care of wolves in Minecraft!
Overview of wolves in Minecraft
- HP: Wild – 4 full hearts / Tamed – 10 full hearts
- Behavior: Passive in difficulties and in peace; Neutral when tamed; Hostile if provoked.
- Attack Power: Easy: Full 1.5 hearts; Normal: Full of 2 hearts; Difficulty: Full of 3 hearts.
1. What do wolves in Minecraft eat?
Like humans, wolves require food. This was not understood by some individuals, which resulted in the wolf’s demise. So cover it. Regardless of whether the meal is prepared or uncooked, it can feed your wolf.
By observing a wolf’s tail, you can determine whether it is hungry. When the tail is up, it indicates that the animal doesn’t yet need to eat, and when the tail is down, it need immediate attention.
2. Get the wolf active and working with you
Don’t be one of those individuals that carelessly leaves a wolf at home where it will remain all day. Take it with you when you walk outside, but leave it behind when you mine deep into the reef because coyotes are clumsy and could drop it into lava. Take it with you if you’re going to gather wood or explore something.
|Food||HP (Java Edition)||HP (Bedrock Edition)||Note|
|Cod, raw salmon||N/A||2||(Bedrock version only)|
|Puffer fish, tropical fish||N/A||1||A wolf may consume puffer fish without experiencing symptoms of hunger, poisoning, or sickness (Bedrock version only)|
|Cooked cod||N/A||5||(Bedrock version only)|
|Raw chicken||1||2||Eating chicken does not affect the wolf’s Hunger status effect.|
|Fresh lamb, beef and rabbit meat||2||3|
|Rotten meat||2||4||Despite eating rotten meat, wolves still do not fall into a state of hunger.|
|Cooked Salmon||N/A||6||(Bedrock version only)|
|Rabbit Stew||N/A||10||(Bedrock version only)|
3. Give the wolf a place to live
Both wolves and you probably don’t want to live in a shanty or an artificial cave. The most basic need is housing, so if you can, construct a decent home and provide your wolf with a separate room with a bed, a playground, food, and water.
Treat the wolf with love as your companion rather than as a weapon to be used in defense.
4. Raise a lot of wolves
Being able to play and engage with friends is the nicest part of being a wolf. Wolves can be bred with raw beef. Having some baby wolves around the house and seeing them develop is entertaining.
5. Name and color code
If you have multiple coyotes, you can give each one a different hue, such as giving the male dog blue, green, or red fur and the female wolf purple or pink. You may distinguish yourself and live a simpler life by doing this. Additionally, give your wolves names if you discover a nametag in a dungeon or elsewhere.
6. When your pet wolf dies
You should never allow the death of your pet wolf, even if it was only a virtual one, to become history. You can create a statue of a dead wolf, but if that seems too difficult for you, create a gorgeous cemetery with flowers all around it instead.
So it’s not tough to care for and raise a pet wolf, is it? Love and care for your pet are required!