W.O.L.F. Wolves Offered Life and Friendship in Colorado

Join Our Email List!

Welcome

Our Mission: To improve the quality of life for all wolves and wolf dogs.


Sasha Needs Your Help

Our ten-year-old beauty Sasha accidentally injured her right foreleg Friday evening, requiring emergency surgical repair of tendons and recuperation for a number of days in our infirmary.

Medical expenses for 2015 are setting up to be higher than average-probably close to $20,000-partly due to caring for a number of geriatric wolf dogs, one of whom requires medications that average $350/month. We need your help to pay for these and other ongoing medical expenses-please donate NOW!

Excellent medical care is part of W.O.L.F.'s mission Before we receive a new wolf dog at the Sanctuary, numerous tests and examinations are conducted along with appropriate vaccinations being administered. Thorough screenings and medical care are safeguards for new arrivals (that often arrive with health issues) and for our current residents in case there are any transmittable diseases detected.

W.O.L.F.'s commitment to each wolf dog we take in is for life-long care. Providing a good quality of life-something many of these wonderful animals had never experienced before arriving at W.O.L.F.-is paramount in our mission. Because medical expenses will always occur at a sanctuary with 30 animals, please consider a one-time or monthly donation for this ongoing care. (Monthly donations help us know we have a steady source of income to cover medical and other expenses.)

We thank you for your support-and so does Sasha! To follow Sasha's recovery progress, visit our Facebook page for updates. Signup to make monthly donations below or a one time donation using the button at the top of any page.

Monthly Donation Options

Monthly donors includes a thank-you postcard featuring a resident of the Sanctuary, W.O.L.F.'s quarterly newsletter, a W.O.L.F. member window decal, and our annual calendar.


New Faces at W.O.L.F.

Please welcome the new residents: Zoey, Orion and Jacob.

Orion is our newest resident who came to us from Arizona. He is a sweet old guy with heart problems. Due to his condition, we have no idea how long he will be with us, but we will provide him a safe and friendly home for as long as he has left. Orion is doing great at the sanctuary, eating well, tearing his kibble feeder down and has shown off his skills at rat abatement.

For more information about Orin and other rescued animals, become a member of W.O.L.F. to receive our newsletter!


W.O.L.F. Benefit 2015

THANK YOU Volunteers and Attendees

A heart felt THANK YOU to everyone involved in the 2015 Benefit Mardi Growl Masquerade! It was "Truly Wolf Affair" enjoyed by all!

2015 Sponsors:

Walmart K99 Country Music in Colorado