Wolf vs. Doberman: Guess Who Wins?
This is exactly what it's like when I approach a beautiful woman-- Sometimes I just look down and walk away.
The wolf in this video doesn't even need to do the full tail raise or bark to tell the dog to back off. The dobie probably understood the wolf's nonverbal signs of aggression. According to one wolf expert, "full tail raise is trait of domesticated canines. Wolves and wolf dogs generally have to keep their tails down in both aggression and excitement. It may be difficult for a domesticated dog to understand a wolf's nonverbal social cues."