I found that most wolf species (especially European ones) have average weight of 40 to 60 kg and average height (at shoulder) of 50 to 80 cm.
if there was a wolf that was about 100 kg, what height would it be? Consider normal proportions, not like a heavily obese wolf, though maybe a wolf from a pack that is really successful in hunting.
How difficult/easy for a commoner would be to distinguish that wolf from a regular wolf? Consider he only sees this one, not like a pack of regular wolves with the big guy among them. More precisely – how easy/difficult it would be to identify the big wolf as something irregular? Not like "That's a wolf. It looks big, or maybe I'm just scared...", but rather like "Whoa, this wolf is huge, something must have happened, but it's not a regular wolf"
I'm mostly interested in species/subspecies common to Europe (not only to its most northern or southern parts)