The biggest wolf is the grey Siberian Husky.
The height of a blue-gray or steel gray husky may be about 24 inches from paw to shoulder, it’s weight can vary from 45 – 65 pounds, this breed has an average lifespan of 12-14 years and is very intelligent. A husky was originally bred not only for hunting with humans but also to pull sleds over long distances across snow and ice, work that today’s domesticated versions still do with great pleasure.
Huskies make excellent family pets because they are both gentle as well as lively! They are typically good with children if you start training them early in life (literally from puppyhood)