Buck is realizing he is destine to be a leader and wild dog.
John Thornton's death and Buck's calling
Buck answers your many questions
Buck: Ruff, hello everyone I am honored to be here today thank you for having me.
Interviewer: Ok Buck, so I think everyone is wondering, how has life been out in the wild leading packs?
Buck: It's been extraordinarily different than sledding, I have more freedom to do what I want and to eat how ever much I want. I also miss John Thornton but am glad to finally be out in the wild where I know I belong.
Interviewer: good for you, when did you realize you had to answer the urges calling you to the wild and calling you to your destiny?
Buck: Well, I think the moment I finally realized was the first time I ventured into the wild to stalk a moose, I felt so free and dominant controlling that moose. Making a creature that scared made me feel like for once I had power over everything, and I knew that's how I was meant to feel.
Interviewer: So why did you decide to go back to the camp where Thornton was?
Buck: I like to tell myself now that I was on my way back almost ready to give into the wild and say goodbye to John Thornton one last time.
Interviewer: Ok lets go back a little further to when you finally beat Spitz and gained the leadership that you had yearned for, how did it feel?
Buck: It felt like my life was complete, my biggest issue suddenly just vanished and was was on top again.
Interviewer: That must have been weird, one last question for you Buck, do you miss life back at the ranch?
Buck: I think about what my life used to be every now and then, but I wouldn't trade the life i'm living now for anything.
Interviewer: Ok thank you for joining me today Buck, Hope to see you again soon!
Buck: Thank you for reaching out to me, see ya!