At the end of the story, Weedon leaves the camp to go to California, and decides to take White Fang with him.
White Fang lives with Weedon and his family as a domesticated, or tame, family pet.
White Fang is a novel written in 1906 by Jack London.
It changes perspective from the point of view of humans to the point of view of wolves.
Only Henry and two dogs are left; he makes a fire, trying to drive away the wolves.
They draw in close, and he is almost eaten, saved only by a company of men who were traveling nearby. They continue on, lead by several wolves alongside the she-wolf, and when they finally find food the pack starts to split up.
He is the strongest wolf cub and learns quickly how to hunt and survive. White Fang learns to live among people and protect himself from the other animals that live in the camp.
One day, an evil man named Beauty Smith comes to the camp and buys White Fang because he is good at fighting against other dogs.