Haha, well of all the wolves, I think Tashina is least likely to do that. She's the most social and usually the happiest to approach the nature center employees (a couple of them go in with the wolves and she loves the attention).
Sorry if I sounded rude. I get a bit protective of animals' reputations since a lot of people really do think they are man-killers. I've literally heard a mother tell her young child, "He'd eat of if he could. But he can't because he's in there and we're out here." She was referring to a black leopard and I found it awful because the message of conservation seems to be lost on a lot of people and they think animals are 'locked up' like prisoners for doing something wrong.