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How do I spawn wolves in singleplayer Minecraft using Single Player Commands; what command do I use?

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Please improve your question. It's not even a question. It's a demand. I'm not sure many people respond well to demands. – Jasarien May 2 '11 at 23:34
Well... he did say please :P – juan May 2 '11 at 23:58

The command to spawn mobs using the SPC mod is /spawn [name] [quantity]. For example, you would type /spawn wolf 5 to spawn five wolves.

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Random question but - how do you access the console in single player? – Raven Dreamer May 3 '11 at 0:59
It's a mod. You access it by hitting T, like talking in SMP. – Kevin Yap May 3 '11 at 1:16
@Raven you could make that a true question so it doesn't get asked so often in a comment tail... – Zommuter May 3 '11 at 6:13
in single player commands the commands do not require a slash, but even with the slash it would still work – user8949 May 3 '11 at 6:53

You can summon wolves using the following command:

/summon Wolf ~ ~ ~

If you want to summon a tamed wolf, use the following syntax:

/summon Wolf ~ ~ ~ {Owner:<PlayerName>}

Note that you cannot use @p here, it must be the player's name typed out.

If you want to summon a wolf with a specific collar colour, use the command:

/summon Wolf ~ ~ ~ {CollarColor:14}

for example. Modify the number from 0 to 16 to change the colour.

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