Dogs share 99.9% of their genes with wolves, but that 0.1% is much larger than you'd think - tens of thousands of years of evolution say so.
Carnivores. They can digest raw meat, bones and organs, go longer without meals, and they absorb nutrients in a different manner.
Omnivore. Your dog has evolved to digest what you eat: lean proteins and carbs. Their ability to stave off common pathogens in raw food is very limited, and they do not demand as much protein as their ancestors.
Hunt for every meal and have to fend for themselves in the wild.
Spends 50% of the day sleeping, 30% of the day lounging, and 20% of the day being active.
Live alone or in packs, aren't spayed or neutered, and answer to nobody.
Depends on you for everything, goes on vacations, has healthcare, dental care and vaccinations, and allows you to make all of their decisions for them.
Your dog isn't a wolf or even an all-star athlete, feed them like you'd feed yourself: a balanced diet consisting of whole-food, fresh ingredients.