Well myself I'm kinda glad there doing that sense I've had and raised Wolf Hybrids for well >30 years and had 2 till just about 6-7 years ago,and probably had 5-6 different ones through out my lifetime.
For sure there not for everyone and you really have to know canine traits before you own one,, there not you're everyday Lab. They tend to be shy and standoffish, and they can be aggressive towards other dogs, and defiantly have that Alpha dominance trait going for them. They aren't into doing dumb doggie tricks and can be very stubborn,,,they'll do pretty damn much what they want to and unlike most canine's when you point to something most dogs will respond to that,,wolves won't.
One of my poor neighbors was pretty much freaked out many times when I used to throw my guys a whole still born calf for dinner sometimes and the 1/2 acre pen I'd keep them in pretty much looked like a seine out of "The Call Of The Wild" I dropped a big old hollow tree for them so they could have there own den and they dig a couple others of there own. They sure did love going for a ride in there truck though, yes THERE truck, they'd protect it like it was there den. I think I could have left a sack of gold on the seat and I'm pretty damn sure it would have still been there when I got back. That "smile " with the 2 7/8" long canine teeth showing would be just about enough to dissuade anyone from messing around with it. And they were never hooked up while in the truck, just because I never found anything to hold them in there. King,,my big boy @ 186 lbs, pulled out a 1/2 bolt with huge fender washers bolted through the bed floor like it wasn't even there!!! It's amassing just how powerful these guys were.
I had him for almost 17 years and by far I've never had such a loyal friend, human or animal. He even got between me and a momma bear to protect me when we hiked the Appellation Trail together. That bear got a case of whoop ass put on it I'm sure it didn't soon forget, King ripped that bear all to hell, and never got a scratch on him,,it was amassing!!!!
I can tell you though you'll never find a more loyal and loving animal once they have accepted you as one of the pack. But don't expect a Labrador. And if you ever plan on getting one, you'd better have a great deal of experience around and with the handling of wild animals cause they'll always have that wild streak in them that you'll never train out of them. And don't ever try to break up a fight between them, it's a test of dominance for them and if you do, they'll take it as a challenge for dominance from you and they'll stand there ground. You have to accept them as an equal and you'll need to be willing to become one of the pack, you'll never be the "master".