Aside from all of the blocks available in Minecraft, there is also a diverse assortment of mobs. Any non-player creature that exists in the world is referred to by this name. They might be as simple as ducks or as frightening as fire-breathing Ghasts. Many animal gangs are harmless or, at the very least, neutral against you, allowing you to go about your business as usual. Nonetheless, learning about some of these mobs is worthwhile since they may give helpful goods or even services. Among them, the Dog or Wolf mob can be quite beneficial.
Wolves may be found in nearly every biome in the Minecraft world. They can be seen alone or in groups, although they are not hostile toward humans. They may gaze at you if you go too close, but they will generally ignore you unless you assault them, which will render them hostile. If you battle them, you’ll discover how tough they can be, so taming them makes sense. A tamed Wolf will follow you around and fight any enemies that assault you. You may also breed Wolves if you want an army of them and the possibility to get extra XP.
You must first tame wolves before you can breed them. Instead of puppies, search for fully-grown Wolves while out exploring. Make sure you have lots of Bones when you discover one. If you’re having difficulty obtaining Bones, simply battle a few Skeletons at night or deep within the caverns. Then you may take the Bones and give them to your preferred wolf. Each Bone gives a 33% chance of taming the Wolf. When the Wolf gets a red collar and starts sitting, you’ll know you’ve succeeded. You can no longer feed the wolf Bones once it has been tamed.
There is no limit to the number of wolves you may tame, so go tame another wolf with the Bones. Before you can begin breeding the wolves, you must first ensure their complete health. This is shown by their tail elevated high when they are fully healthy and droops low when they are low on HP. When wolves are harmed, they will also cry and whimper. To cure a wolf, simply give it any sort of Meat and wait for its tail to rise again.
You can begin breeding wolves if you have two domesticated wolves with full health. You will also require meat for this technique. Use meat to lead the wolves to a location where they are close together. After then, serve a piece of meat to each of the wolves. This will lead them to emit hearts around their heads, indicating that they are ready to reproduce. Because they are so close, they quickly seek each other out and begin breeding. A wolf pup will spawn after a few minutes of touch. You may also give the wolf pup meat to make it grow quicker, resulting in fully-fledged fully fledged domesticated wolf