It is impossible to domesticate a wolf. But there are some dog breeds, that resembles wolves a lot. Most of them belong to the group of dogs called Spitz. And there are even some wolfdogs - crossbreeds between a dog and a wolf that can be tamed.
Lets start with the most famous wolf like dog – Siberian Husky. This breed does not need much introduction, they are very popular all across the world. They are little bit smaller than other dogs on this list and they were bred in Siberia tu pull sleds. They are very energetic and definitely need a lot of exercise.
In the begining i talked about wolfdogs. One of them is Saarloos Wolfdog. Crossbreed between German Shepherd and European wolf, created in early of 20th century. These dogs are very large, their height is up to 75 cm and weigh up to 45 kg. They were bred in Netherlands but you can find them all over the world nowadays and today they are recognized as a separate breed.
Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is another wolfdog, developed in 1950s as a military experiment in former Czechoslovakia. They were developed by crossbreeding German Shepherd with Carpathian Wolf. Because of that, they have a lot of personality traits like real wolf. For example, he needs his pack and hate to be alone, he has late maturity, he loves digging holes and he is good at living in cold climate. They need experienced dog owner, they are suspicious towards strangers, they need a lot of mental and physical stimulation.
A lot of dogs that resembles wolves were bred by Inuit people. The most famous one is Alaskan Malamute. They were used for transporting people and other stuff across frozen and rough terrain. Malamutes are ideal family dogs, they are very people oriented, easy going, friendly breed that loves children. They do have a lot of energy, but in comparsion with for example husky, they are more laid back. But its true, that they tend to be pretty stubborn.