Dogs and wolves have similar pack hierarchies. There used to be an idea that they follow an Alpha. Recently, we learnt that it’s not static or linear, and instead, they behave more like a family unit. The adult parents mostly guide the group's activities since they know more about the environment. As times change, their position also changes.
Despite their differences, you can still find wolfiness in dogs. Huskies retain the highest similarity in terms of social signals. However, since lineage has diverged long ago, even dogs of different breeds have difficulty understanding each other's signals.