Buck, our main character, gets "dog-napped" (sold) and sent up to Alaska to help find gold in the Klondike Gold Rush.
After Buck was sold off to many different owners, witnessing many murders of other dogs and have been treated cruelly, he finally gets sold off to John Thorton, who took him in and treated Buck right. He ended up getting John a lot of money from the gold rush.
Buck is faces with a very difficult decision; should he stay with the one he loves, John Thorton, or should he go and do the thing he loves, by being in the wild?
W I L D
Buck makes his decision, and decides to become completely wild and one with nature, instead of staying with John Thorton.
Buck stays in the wild, finally feeling at home for once. No more owners, no more annoying little dogs. Now, nothing is between Buck and his true self.