This guide will help you that how to tame a wolf in Minecraft. Wolves are a neutral mob that makes for the perfect companion when traveling into a dangerous area. So if you’re looking to find wolves, the steps needed to tame them, or how to fix them, we’ve got you covered in our Wolf Taming guide.
Firstly you need to know how to get bones and where to find a wolf in Minecraft?
To tame a wolf in Minecraft, Bones are an essential item. Because this is the only thing that wild wolves will eat. To quickly obtain and cultivate bones, wait until the sun goes down and you’ll see skeletons begin to spawn – usually, skeletons are visible at night or in poorly lit areas. Upon defeating a skeleton, you’ll get anywhere between zero and two bones. While you won’t need a lot of bones to tame a wolf, just be sure to grab some extra in case the wolf doesn’t take your bones the first time around.
Wolves are usually found in packs of squares, and will usually breed in biomes such as forest and wooded hills. Forest, Wooded Hills, Taiga biome, Giant Tree Taiga, Snowy Taiga are the Biomes Wolves can spawn.
Following materials you can use to tame a wolf:
Following are the below steps on How To Tame a Wolf in Minecraft:
Once you have the required materials as mentioned above, So now you will need to find a wolf to tame. You can always summon a wolf using a cheat or you can use a spawn egg.
Now you have to use the bone. You can tame the wolf by giving him a bone. To do this, place your bone in the Hotbar and make sure it is the selected item in your Hotbar. And you need to use the bone. The game control to use the bone depends on the version of Minecraft:
In Java Edition (PC/Mac) and Windows 10 Edition, Education Edition, you have to right-click and hold.
In Pocket Edition (PE), you have to tap and hold.
In PS3 and PS4, press and hold the L2 button on the PS controller.
In Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press and hold the LT button on the Xbox controller.
In Wii U, press and hold the ZL button on the gamepad.
In Nintendo Switch, press and hold the ZL button on the controller.
As you use the bone, you should see a red heart surrounding the wolf. This means that the wolf is being tamed. Once the domestication process is complete, the heart will disappear and the wolf will behave like a dog. And finally, you have just tamed a wolf in Minecraft.