The Wolf Spider consumes insects so their bites are generally for defense against humans or other animals that might provoke it. Although in South America some bites are used as a form of medicine.
Many people ask “what does a Wolf Spider bite look like?” Well, the venomous bite induces swelling, a mild pain, and itching. Fortunately the bite is harmless to us humans, but some of its kind will give a very painful bite. The bite looks like two red impressions from that are side by side. The cause of this is by the force of the jaws, but if the skin is torn open the bite will of course look different.
On average the bite will hurt for around ten minutes, if it is an open bite then it should be considered very serious and needs medical attention. Do not worry though, the wolf spider is poisonous, but is not deadly.