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Riley Riley Gender: Male
Age: 5 years old
Loc: Wisconsin
Status: Available
Riley is looking for his forever home. He is a beautiful mal/husky mix. He is a bit shy at first with new people, but bring-on the treats and you've made a great friend.
This boy does well on leash and would be a great companion to take for long country walks.
He is an active & playful guy. He is happiest when he can run, roughhouse and chase another dog around the yard. With proper introduction Riley is good with bigger dogs (both male & female) that like to roughhouse. So if you have a big girl who loves to play hard and needs a companion…Riley’s your man!! He doesn’t realize how big & strong he is so he would probably not be good for a smaller dog or small children.
He is 85-90 lb., neutered & current on vaccinations. 5 years old DOB 12/16/2009
He has never jumped the yard fence - been in both 5' & 6' He will pull on his inside kennel containment so welded wire would be best, and he will dig.
Riley comes in the house for supervised visits but he has a tendency to mark when you are not paying attention. If his new family had time to work with him he may get over that once he has settled in.
Riley is also perfectly happy being an outside dog. If you can offer this bundle of love and fur a new home please contact Jayne at wolfdogrescue@thegreywolf.org
We will send you an adoption application. A fenced yard is a requirement. A home visit will be arranged at your convenience before adoption.
Contact: Jayne B
4 weeks ago
Shadow Shadow Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Florida
Status: Available, URGENT
Shadow is a White Timber Wolf mix. Date of birth, 10/17/00. She is up to date on all her shots. She likes the kiddie pools, walks, all people, some other dogs (not all), she is very clean and extremely alert for a girl of her age. The owner is very ill and finally has admitted that she cannot take her back. At this time Shadow is being boarded at a local kennel. More information coming. Contact Debbie at dak0717@hotmalil.com
Contact: Debbie K
1 month ago
Apache, Bear, Cheyene, Dakota, Lobo, Nakita Apache, Bear, Cheyene, Dakota, Lobo, Nakita Gender: Male, Female
Age: 5 adults and 10 month old
Loc: Florida
Status: Available, URGENT, CRITICAL
Apachee- male approx. 8 yrs. old very friendly
Dakota- female approx. 7-8 yrs. old very friendly (these two live together
in a large fenced area)
Cheyene- female 4-5 years old somewhat friendly
Bear male 3-4 years old slightly skittish, not aggressive (these two live
together in a very large fenced area)
Nakita- female 4 years old very skittish, not aggressive but not friendly
Lobo- male about 10 months old (highest % wolf 80% or higher) very skittish,
not aggressive but not friendly (these two live together in a large fenced
in area)
Owner died last year and family was left to take care of them. Time is running out for this wolf family. We need to find placement before March 14. Contact Debbie at dak0717@hotmail.com

Note: I've added several pictures of each animal individually. The order of the pictures are
4th and 5th -Apache; 6th and 7th - Bear; 8th and 9th - Cheyene; 10th and 11th - Dakota; 12th and 13th - Lobo, 14th and 15th - Nikita.

Contact: Debbie K
1 month ago
Cheyenne Cheyenne Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Florida
Status: Available
Cheyenne is 7 years old. She is not spayed or up to date with shots, but her owner will assist with expenses before she is placed. She is not currently on heartworm preventive, but tested negative. Her owner has become ill and will not be able to keep her much longer. Cheyenne mainly stays outside, but she is housebroken. She loves attention and enjoys being with her people. Must be supervised outside and will be secure containment as she climbs and digs. She gets along well with other dogs, cats, and small animals. Cheyenne gets along well with older children. She is leash trained, travels well in a vehicle. Owner is willing to assist with transporting. Due to her owner's illness unsure how much time Cheyenne has before this adoption will become urgent. Contact Debbie at dak0717@hotmail.com
Contact: Debbie K
2 months ago
Neima and Zerk Neima and Zerk Gender: Male, Female
Age: 5-6 years
Loc: California
Status: Available, CRITICAL

Breeder has been warned by Animal Control that he has too many animals and they will confiscate and kill his 5 dogs. This girl Neima is very shy and not good with kids, cats or other pets. She appears to be Malamute/White Husky and is about 5 years old. Zerk is a big baby, needs love and attention. Zerk is good with kids but is not current on shots. He has never been aggressive towards anyone. Neither of these two will walk on leash but a calm and patient handler may be able to teach them. Most of these dogs are not in good condition and since they are all in the same enclosure have been allowed to fight over food and injure each other without medical attention. None have serious health issues except one dog has a broken leg that has not been attended to. We would like to get these dogs out of there and into sanctuary as soon as possible before they are confiscated. Most cannot be adopted into regular homes but with experienced handlers, time and tender lovin' care - as well as secure containment - they may stand a chance for a happy life in a sanctuary or refuge. If you can help any of these neglected babies, please contact PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com Time is of the essence.

Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Iua Iua Gender: Male
Age: 5 years
Loc: California
Status: Available, CRITICAL

Breeder has been warned by Animal Control that he has too many animals and they will confiscate and kill his 7 dogs. This boy Iua seems to be the most social. He appears to be Malamute/White Husky and is about 5 years old. He is playful and likes to go for car rides. He walks on leash and could be trained and socialized with someone that has time and experience with the breed. He's shy with strangers but has good potential as an only dog or with a large female and lots of exercise. These dogs are not in good condition and since they are all in the same enclosure have been allowed to fight over food and injure each other without medical attention. None have serious health issues except one dog has a broken leg that has not been attended to. We would like to get these dogs out of there and into sanctuary as soon as possible before they are confiscated. Most cannot be adopted into regular homes but with experienced handlers, time and tender lovin' care - as well as secure containment - they may stand a chance for a happy life. If you can help any of these neglected babies, please contact PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com Time is of the essence.

Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Sophie and Leo Sophie and Leo Gender: Male, Female
Age: 6 years
Loc: California
Status: Available, CRITICAL

Breeder has been warned by Animal Control that he has too many animals and they will confiscate and kill his 7 dogs. This two - Sophie on the left and Leo on the right - are siblings. They appear to be White Huskies and are about 6 years old. They are shy with strangers but have good potential with lots of exercise and training. These dogs are not in such bad condition and since they are all in the same enclosure have been allowed to fight over food and injure each other without medical attention. Sophie has a broken ankle that has not been attended to. We are currently trying to get her to the vet this weekend. We would like to get these dogs out of there and into sanctuary as soon as possible before they are confiscated. Most cannot be adopted into regular homes but with experienced handlers, time and tender lovin' care - as well as secure containment - they may stand a chance for a happy life. Most of them are dogs, not wolfdogs. If you can help any of these neglected babies, please contact PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com Time is of the essence.

Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Athena Athena Gender: Female
Age: 4 years
Loc: California
Status: Available, CRITICAL
Breeder has been warned by Animal Control that he has too many animals and they will confiscate and kill his 5 dogs. This girl, Athena, is very shy and submissive and will urinate if frightened. She appears to be Husky/GSD and is the youngest of the group at 4 years old. She has been known to climb. She has a little training but could be trained and socialized with someone that has time and experience with the shy dogs. She is more friendly with the owner's family and shy and curious with strangers, but needs some more leash training. Athena has good potential in a home with a large male that is friendly and can teach Athena how to trust humans. She also needs lots of exercise to help keep her calm and tired. Many of these dogs are not in good condition and since they are all in the same enclosure have been allowed to fight over food and injure each other without medical attention. Athena does not seem to have any health issues but could put on a few pounds. One dog, Sophie, has a broken leg that has not been attended to. We would like to get these dogs out of there and into sanctuary as soon as possible before they are confiscated. Most cannot be adopted into "normal" homes but with experienced handlers, time and tender lovin' care - as well as secure containment and good exercise - they may stand a chance for a happy life. If you can help any of these neglected babies, please contact PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com Time is of the essence.
Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Jake Jake Gender: Male
Age: 2 years
Loc: California
Status: Available
Jake is a stunning 2-y/o male Husky/x that needs a home soon. Jake weighs about 65 lbs, is neutered and current on vaccinations. He has been receiving heartworm preventative. His dad was a purebred Siberian Husky. Jake acts like a typical HUsky but can be cautious of strange-looking objects (wheelbarrows, etc.). Jake's owners say: "He loves meeting people and other dogs and would love to get to know the local deer and rabbits if we let him! He is also fascinated with children and loves our 2-year-old grandson and plays with our 9-year-old grandson and is submissive to him. Although at times, Jake is cuddly by putting his head down between our knees to be rubbed, petted, scratched and hugged, he is definitely not the lap-dog type. He'd rather learn a new command, be talked to, play, or fetch a ball in exchange for a treat. He's very smart, and seems to know what a person is saying to him, and loves being indoors with you. He was attacked by a couple of dogs and so does not like to fight .. would rather go home, but that was when he was not neutered. Jake has only seen cats from a distance and has not ever met one up close. I'm sure he would probably consider a cat as something to chase but it's unknown. He's a Husky and wants to pull. We use a Holt headcollar (power steering) and he has been trained to heel on the left by verbal & hand signal commands. When he gets distracted or excited, he's a bit frisky, and we have to shorten the leash, hold his collar, or just make him Sit until he settles down. He can get very squirrely when he gets excited by jumping up & out. He really enjoys going on walks and he's actually very manageable with the Holt. He's especially good on our way back to the house after a jaunt around the neighborhood - stays right with us. He REALLY loves things that are white, and his favorites are napkins, paper towels, kleenex, and socks - which could cause severe gastrointestinal problems if he eats them, so caution is recommended. He'll try to search my husband's pockets for the latest kleenex but he'll basically try for anything within his reach that isn't anchored down or too big. Typical puppy behavior. His very favorite is the TV remote. He's munched up several of those
Jake's not allowed to have the run of the house as he's just one of those dogs that gets into whatever's around him - probably because he is young, intelligent and curious. He likes to "counter surf" to scope out what's there, too, so he's not allowed in the kitchen, bedrooms, or bathrooms without supervision. He's never been crated, but is leashed (double thickness leash) to our dining table leg and has a special carpet to lay on underneath the table, which is on a wood floor. He has his water, and a toy or two, and we give him a beef bone to chew on at night. This is so he is not roaming and getting into mischief. He IS potty trained for indoors and Jake always lets us know when he needs to go outside, but does well until morning. If emergency he will give us one bark in the middle of the night to go out, but I would say that probably 95% of the time we never hear a peep out of him all night, even when we have overnight company. We have a couple different ways we play ball inside with him: "soccer" & "hot dog" ball, and he knows exactly how to play each one! We also usually have some time of reviewing commands and of course our "sing time." He mainly likes to be outdoors." Lake Tahoe Wolf Rescue likes to adopt our rescues into homes without children simply because they do better in a calm household and one where doors won't accidently be left open for escaping. If you are interested in this pretty boy, Jake, please email PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com
Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Loup Loup Gender: Male
Age: 8 months
Loc: California
Status: Available

Loup is a very sweet 8-month-old neutered male that needs a very qualified home. He is quite shy of humans but with an experienced, calm handler he responds very well. He will walk off leash and stays with a pack most of the time (not the best recall), but will need lots of training and bonding with his new owner first. Loup would also be best in a home with very active owners that can take him hiking every day. A person who is around a lot (retired, works at home) would be the right match for this boy. His owners love him but they have young children who like to play with Loup, and when they get excited it triggers the Predator/Prey response in him. He is gentle with the little girls but gets a bit rough with their 7-year-old son (or is it the other way around? son likes to wrestle with him). We would like to rehome Loup into an environment with no children or small pets. Since he is still a pup Loup is very submissivie with other dogs and accepts the subordinate position in the pack. Loup will need an escape-proof containment - 6-7' fencing with dig guard would be best for him. He has not tried to escape his own fencing as he likes to stay with his male dog friend, but he does have separation anxiety if left alone and will chew things. Therefore, Loup will need another canine companion at his new home to make him feel more comfortable and secure. A dominant female would be great for this sweet boy. If you feel you have the right environment and lifestyle to adopt Loup, please contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com

Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Lily and Kali Lily and Kali Gender: Female
Age: 3-1/2 years
Loc: California
Status: Available, CRITICAL
Lily and Kali are two gorgeous young German Shepherd/Huskies that need new homes. We will separate them if needed as we feel they will blossom beautifully if each are placed in homes with a male canine companion. They are sisters, aged 3 1/2 and weiging 65 and 75 lbs. They are current on vaccinations and will be spayed by the end of January. They are both great with male dogs, ok with female dogs as long as the female is submissive. They really haven't been around children or cats so we will not adopt them into homes with cats, kids or little dogs. They are both a bit predatorial and love to run the property and hunt. They are currently enjoying invisible fencing on 2 acres, but owner has two Akita's and the four do not get along. Owner is afraid that the female Akita will kill these girls. Lily and Kali love to have their bellies rubbed, are very affectionate, and can be mischievous if not supervised ... they like chewing up toys and anything with stuffing (which can be dangerous). A home that can offer them good daily exercise, lots of companionship and some training. Transportation to their new homes will be available. Please contact Pamela Jo if you are interested in adopting either Lily or Kali or both! They need homes fast as they may be in danger of fighting with the Akita. PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com Time is of the essence!
Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Kanoa Kanoa Gender: Male
Age: Adult
Loc: Utah
Status: Available, CRITICAL

Kanoa is a very beautiful neutered Alaskan Malamute that needs a home immediately! Kanoa is with owner but only has 1 week to find a home or he may go to the shelter. His weight is approx 90 lbs and has had all puppy shots and 3-yr rabies. Generally good with other dogs. If they are territorial sometimes he can be dominant with them, but ABSOLUTELY LOVES playful and friendly dogs large or small.
Kanoa has never been around cats so we will not adopt to a home with cats. Kanoa needs a little more leash training as he's a tugger. He does love to go on hikes off leash and does pretty well.
He's kennel trained, house-trained, well behaved in the house. He loves to take showers and drink from the sink when invited and has quite a personality. However, occasionally he's been known to chew up one of your favorite articles due to separation anxiety ... that's when the kennel comes in handy, but his anxiety is because he is not getting enough exercise. Kanoa really needs daily exercise and tht means at least an hour run in the woods or hiking with him. He doesn't dig, climb, jump fences. He's also calm and content with being out in the backyard rain or snow as long as he gets his hikes and a good exercise every day. He knows the basics - sit, stay, shake, etc. He's a bit resource protective with his food and doesn't like his food messed with if he's already eating. If he's not eating, it's not a problem. Some training to fix this is recommended. Submissive to women and kids and puppies. He displays a little dominance with men some times until they show him that they are calm and confident. Right now Kanoa doesn't like to listen to anyone but his female owner so he will need some training and bonding with his new owner... perhaps a woman experienced with this breed would be great for Kanoa. He jumps up on people until he really gets to know them, mostly out of excitement, so a strong handler that can teach Kanoa some manners woud be best. He is super playful and LOVES to cuddle. He doesn't like his collar being tugged on. Kanoa is an amazing road-trip dog. He's well behaved on long-hauls and rides well in the car. He can sense if someone doesn't like him. Only one other person has gotten really close to him ... a 17-yr old boy, playing with him and giving him real love and attention. Putting in the effort made a WORLD of difference. Kanoa treated that boy like a king. He's wonderful at being a protector when needed. Once you get to know Kanoa he has the biggest heart. You just need to take the time to know him, and you will surely fall in love with him. Owner just does not have the time for Kanoa and does not have the experience to train him properly. If you can give this beautiful boy a loving home with consistent training and lots of attention, and if you are a good handler of large dogs or experienced with Malamutes, this may be the boy for you. Kanoa has lots of potential, is smart and willing to learn! Please contact Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady@yahoo.com Time is of the essence for Kanoa! Help Kanoa now!

Contact: Pamela Jo
2 months ago
Male and Female Male and Female Gender: Male, Female
Age: unknown
Loc: Florida
Status: Available
These pups need rescue quickly. They are in the Catoosa County, GA shelter. If you know anyone that can pull them or that is qualified to adopt two timid pups that will be willing to be patient and loving, provide an appropriate environment for containment (house dogs or large fenced yard - or both), please share. Northern breeds (mal/husky maybe some shepherd).

UPDATE: These dogs were pulled and put into foster. Pending further info, eval and update for placement needs. (12/12/13)

Contact: Debbie K
4 months ago
Buddy Buddy Gender: Male
Age: adult
Loc: Wisconsin
Status: Available
Buddy needs a new home with a sweet female companion. He has been in foster care for over 2 years after living in deplorable conditions at a mill type breeding facility. His past female companion was adopted without him and he is SO lonesome for female canine companionship!! Buddy is a submissive *gentle giant* Great Pyrenees /mix with a small amount of wolf content. He needs a quiet, calm and loving new caretaker. He also needs secure fencing but might be able to adapt to inside / outside living over time. He stresses with car rides so don’t expect a traveling companion. He is much happier just staying home. No cats, no small animals or small children.
We think Buddy is about 3 years old, neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. Anyone who might be able to offer a new forever home with a female canine companion for Buddy will need to fill out an application with references and allow for a home visit before adoption could be completed. If you think you would be a good match please contact me; Jayne Belsky at wolfdogrescue@thegreywolf.org I can put you in touch with his foster Dad if you have more questions.
Contact: See description
5 months ago
Denali Denali Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Virginia
Status: Available
Denali (her real name) was in a separate enclosure. This pretty girl is very curious about visitors, and dances all around you, but won't come close enough to touch. (Pretty sure that in a small pen with daily treats and leash walks, she will come around in no time. Unlike the others, she is social with some people besides the owner.) She is younger than those in the other pack, at about 5-6 years old.
After 20 years of raising them, these animals' owner developed an aggressive cancer and passed away suddenly--leaving the last of his seniors without a safe place to call home. They are a lovely bunch, quiet and gentle, and the whole pack seems to get along peacefully. I'm sure they would like to go in pairs or small groups, as opposed to by themselves, since all they've ever had is *each other* and the large wooded enclosure that they are about to lose--although all offers would be considered.
They're not escape artists, so the standard (sturdy) 6' enclosure with some dig guard would be sufficient. (A high security lockdown is best for the first few days, with more freedom after they've acclimated to their new surroundings.) Once they've all been relocated, the owner's family is also willing to send along their heavy-gauge fencing to help build them nice, new yards to play in.
All of the animals have clearly been much loved and handled, but ONLY by their owner, so they are shy of new people and will take some time to warm up.
Assistance is available to catch them up and get them moved, within a reasonable distance of their location (central Virginia). Offers from further away would also be considered, if transport is available, although a home visit is still required to ensure their safety.
All of them are aged approximately 7 to 10 years. They have been outside companions and don't know anything about leashes, cars, or housebreaking; that doesn't mean they can't learn, over time, but they are definitely not "instant pets". (Small children and smaller pets are NOT things they could adapt to. They really need their own space.)
Ideally, they would like a quiet environment with a secure enclosure, and someone to come sit with them each day and build their trust. *I would also be willing to mentor a conscientious first-time owner who wanted to learn what living with wolfdogs is like, by giving a pair of these kids a place to live out the remainder of their lives.
If you can offer an appropriate adoptive home to any of these sweet furkids, please contact Sue Bowers at solowolf_93@yahoo.com. Thanks for caring.
Contact: See description
6 months ago
Isis Isis Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Virginia
Status: Available
Isis (probably her real name but not totally sure) was nicknamed "Calico" in the initial photos, for her remarkable coat markings...have you ever seen anything like her? She was the only one who protested being cornered. She did a good job of avoiding us for a while, then ran into a doghouse. It's poor manners to reach into their house when they're hiding, and absolutely a "worst case scenario" in terms of pushing them, but in this case I had no choice. She allowed a brief touch but was more reactive than the others, and did "air pop" once. She really needs to go to someone who has experience with these guys. She showed zero aggression under any other circumstance, but if she needs to be handled before she's had time to adjust to you, it has to be done correctly. I also think she's a bit older than the others.
After 20 years of raising them, these animals' owner developed an aggressive cancer and passed away suddenly--leaving the last of his seniors without a safe place to call home. They are a lovely bunch, quiet and gentle, and the whole pack seems to get along peacefully. I'm sure they would like to go in pairs or small groups, as opposed to by themselves, since all they've ever had is *each other* and the large wooded enclosure that they are about to lose--although all offers would be considered.
They're not escape artists, so the standard (sturdy) 6' enclosure with some dig guard would be sufficient. (A high security lockdown is best for the first few days, with more freedom after they've acclimated to their new surroundings.) Once they've all been relocated, the owner's family is also willing to send along their heavy-gauge fencing to help build them nice, new yards to play in.
All of the animals have clearly been much loved and handled, but ONLY by their owner, so they are shy of new people and will take some time to warm up.
Assistance is available to catch them up and get them moved, within a reasonable distance of their location (central Virginia). Offers from further away would also be considered, if transport is available, although a home visit is still required to ensure their safety.
All of them are aged approximately 7 to 10 years. They have been outside companions and don't know anything about leashes, cars, or housebreaking; that doesn't mean they can't learn, over time, but they are definitely not "instant pets". (Small children and smaller pets are NOT things they could adapt to. They really need their own space.)
Ideally, they would like a quiet environment with a secure enclosure, and someone to come sit with them each day and build their trust. *I would also be willing to mentor a conscientious first-time owner who wanted to learn what living with wolfdogs is like, by giving a pair of these kids a place to live out the remainder of their lives.
If you can offer an appropriate adoptive home to any of these sweet furkids, please contact Sue Bowers at solowolf_93@yahoo.com. Thanks for caring.
Contact: See description
6 months ago
Cinnamon Cinnamon Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Virginia
Status: Available
Cinnamon, and her almost-identical sister, are more timid. They are also very hard to tell apart! Both paced more nervously than the others, and really did not want to be touched--although once I had them, they weren't overly tense or panicked. I stroked their wonderfully soft and fluffy coats, and they lay there and watched me uncertainly with wide golden eyes, hoping I wouldn't hurt them. They may take longer to come around, but would be good project dogs for a gentle person with some canine experience.
After 20 years of raising them, these animals' owner developed an aggressive cancer and passed away suddenly--leaving the last of his seniors without a safe place to call home. They are a lovely bunch, quiet and gentle, and the whole pack seems to get along peacefully. I'm sure they would like to go in pairs or small groups, as opposed to by themselves, since all they've ever had is *each other* and the large wooded enclosure that they are about to lose--although all offers would be considered.
They're not escape artists, so the standard (sturdy) 6' enclosure with some dig guard would be sufficient. (A high security lockdown is best for the first few days, with more freedom after they've acclimated to their new surroundings.) Once they've all been relocated, the owner's family is also willing to send along their heavy-gauge fencing to help build them nice, new yards to play in.
All of the animals have clearly been much loved and handled, but ONLY by their owner, so they are shy of new people and will take some time to warm up.
Assistance is available to catch them up and get them moved, within a reasonable distance of their location (central Virginia). Offers from further away would also be considered, if transport is available, although a home visit is still required to ensure their safety.
All of them are aged approximately 7 to 10 years. They have been outside companions and don't know anything about leashes, cars, or housebreaking; that doesn't mean they can't learn, over time, but they are definitely not "instant pets". (Small children and smaller pets are NOT things they could adapt to. They really need their own space.)
Ideally, they would like a quiet environment with a secure enclosure, and someone to come sit with them each day and build their trust. *I would also be willing to mentor a conscientious first-time owner who wanted to learn what living with wolfdogs is like, by giving a pair of these kids a place to live out the remainder of their lives.
If you can offer an appropriate adoptive home to any of these sweet furkids, please contact Sue Bowers at solowolf_93@yahoo.com. Thanks for caring.
Contact: See description
6 months ago
King King Gender: Male
Age: adult
Loc: Virginia
Status: Available
King (his real name), the only boy. He is the biggest one, has a very classic and handsome wolfdog appearance, and a soulful air about him. He spent most of my visits hiding in his doghouse. When I sat beside him and stroked him, he watched me with a worried look but otherwise did not react. He appears to have arthritis pretty badly, as he has a definite stiffness in his hindquarters when he trots or runs.
After 20 years of raising them, these animals' owner developed an aggressive cancer and passed away suddenly--leaving the last of his seniors without a safe place to call home. They are a lovely bunch, quiet and gentle, and the whole pack seems to get along peacefully. I'm sure they would like to go in pairs or small groups, as opposed to by themselves, since all they've ever had is *each other* and the large wooded enclosure that they are about to lose--although all offers would be considered.
They're not escape artists, so the standard (sturdy) 6' enclosure with some dig guard would be sufficient. (A high security lockdown is best for the first few days, with more freedom after they've acclimated to their new surroundings.) Once they've all been relocated, the owner's family is also willing to send along their heavy-gauge fencing to help build them nice, new yards to play in.
All of the animals have clearly been much loved and handled, but ONLY by their owner, so they are shy of new people and will take some time to warm up.

Assistance is available to catch them up and get them moved, within a reasonable distance of their location (central Virginia). Offers from further away would also be considered, if transport is available, although a home visit is still required to ensure their safety.
All of them are aged approximately 7 to 10 years. They have been outside companions and don't know anything about leashes, cars, or housebreaking; that doesn't mean they can't learn, over time, but they are definitely not "instant pets". (Small children and smaller pets are NOT things they could adapt to. They really need their own space.)
Ideally, they would like a quiet environment with a secure enclosure, and someone to come sit with them each day and build their trust. *I would also be willing to mentor a conscientious first-time owner who wanted to learn what living with wolfdogs is like, by giving a pair of these kids a place to live out the remainder of their lives.
If you can offer an appropriate adoptive home to any of these sweet furkids, please contact Sue Bowers at solowolf_93@yahoo.com. Thanks for caring.

Contact: See description
6 months ago
Bella Bella Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Illinois
Status: Available
This lovely Nordic mix girl has been waiting for too long at the shelter! Bella is 3-4 years old, spayed, up to date on shots and healthy. A family adopted her as a puppy but she was left behind when they had to move. Bella is a very friendly girl and a bit excited, so she will need a strong leader and some consistent love!
Bella has been good around other dogs and did not have much reaction to a cat she encountered. Bella would love an active person or family with older children.
She does walk on leash but will benefit from more training and consistency.
This lovely girl deserves a second chance! Are you her special someone? Some transport help may be available. For more information or adoption application, please contact Adrienne at adriennbolt@aol.com .
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7 months ago
Cheyenne Cheyenne Gender: Female
Age: 5 years
Loc: Ohio
Status: Available, Unknown
Cheyenne - low mid% female 5 years old. Pet quality, great starter WD, ambassador girl. She is spayed and has all shots but is due again at the end of September. Very very sweet and loving with no signs of aggression unless you take something away from her (food, treats, etc. but will only growl and has never bitten) walks wonderfully on a leash and loves car rides, she is house broken. She gets along well with other dogs, but does try to be the dominate one. She has very severe separation anxiety. She loves running outside but is always happy to go back inside and lay on the floor. She is learning basic commands. Only eats raw meat. She will not eat dog food. She is an escape artist and can very easily clear a 6 foot fence. She has one blue and one brown eye and if she gets bored or upset she will howl but never barks. She is gorgeous and very large. She currently weighs 90lbs but is very underweight due to her last owner not giving her proper nutrition. She is putting on a few lbs with her meat diet right now. Contact Debbie at dak0717@hotmail.com.
Contact: Debbie K
8 months ago
Raven Raven Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Florida
Status: Available, Unknown
Raven LC wolfdog. Friendly but timid. Will need to be spayed prior to adoption. Will take time to get to know people. Needs secure containment. She would probably be a good companion animal to some dog. Estimated age is 4-6yo.
Contact: Kim Kapes
8 months ago
10 yr old Female Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Florida
Status: Available, Unknown
10yof – low content - spayed. She is not aggressive, but gentle and seemingly playful. Owner cannot provide for and wants to surrender. No other information at this time. Contact Debbie @dak0717@hotmail.com
Contact: Debbie K
8 months ago
Angel Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Missouri
Status: Available, Unknown
Angel- She is a gorgeous girl and does well with other dogs and people - but being the breed she is can be aloof with people at times (particularly strangers) and sometimes doesn't want to come inside from the outdoors. Angel is totally vetted and microchipped. She is 3 years old. She was saved from a high kill shelter and now the young woman who saved her has had a nasty neighbor turn her in for having too many dogs. Contact Debbie at dak0717@hotmail.com
Contact: Debbie K
8 months ago
Cheyenne Gender: Female
Age: adult
Loc: Florida
Status: Available, Unknown
Cheyenne - 7-year old female husky mix, spayed, has a recent rabies shot but is cat aggressive, minimally socialized, and likely kept as an outdoor dog because she is not house-broken. Contact Debbie at dak0717@hotmail.com
Contact: Debbie K
8 months ago
Junior Gender: Male
Age: adult
Loc: Maine
Status: Available, Unknown
Junior (5yom) w/d mostly shepherd, neutered, UTD, good w/ female animals but aggressive towards males. Shy but starting to show shepherd protectiveness towards people, good w/female owner and kids but wary of men, needs behavior training to reel in the shepherd mindset. Looking for someone that has a lonely female or someone to work with him for adoption. Contact Debbie at dak0717@hotmail.com
Contact: Debbie K
8 months ago

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