No, that is not grammatical in Swedish. It sounds like "Do you know there the wolf is?"
Do you know where the wolf is - the correct answer. "do you know" is the question after the you are to use normal word order. Just like when you ask about the time: " Do you know what time IT IS" and not "Do you know what time IS IT?" (Please note that I did not learn English from text books, so forgive me for not using correct grammar terms. and because of that I also stand corrected).
No, the correct form in English is: What time is it? Because in English you change the order of the pronoun and the verb.
So 'vet du' together means - 'Do you know...'? What does 'vet' meant by itself?