A wolf has forty-two teeth, twenty on the upper jaw and twenty-two on the lower jaw. These jaws have one of the largest bite forces in a canine. A grown wolf can easily crush bone in its mouth in just a few bites. This comes from their number of premolars, the teeth that can allow the animal, or human, to get through the bone when enough are in the mouth.
A grown wolf has a total of sixteen premolars in their mouth - with eight premolars on the upper jaw and eight on the lower jaw. A wolf’s teeth are generally small in size. This allows them to get deep into their prey, and allows them to be able to separate the muscle, grit, and meat.