Unfortunately, due to strict area restrictions, we are not open to the general public.
Only volunteers who have confirmed schedules and carpool rides are permitted at the Sanctuary.
Meet Ashima. Born April 11, 2017 this young pup had an encounter with the much larger dog at nine weeks of age that left her right femur shattered. Unable to pay for the medical treatment her owners relinquished Ashima to a local rescue and surgery was performed to repair the leg. W.O.L.F. accepted Ashima from the rescue on June 16th.
Unfortunately, Ashima will need multiple surgeries and therapies to ensure that her leg heals as best as possible. She had her first surgical repair on June 15th and her second procedure while under W.O.L.F.’s care on June 26th at Colorado State University’s premier veterinary hospital.
Ongoing medical costs will be in the thousands of dollars (the second surgery alone could potentially cost W.O.L.F. $3,000 to $5,000), so we appreciate any support you can offer to help Ashima heal and have a long, pain-free life at our Sanctuary. Please consider donating to help us help Ashima.
W.O.L.F. named her Ashima after one of the world’s best female rock climbers because of her tendency to try and climb everything, inspire of having on three good legs. Her name also means “limitless” or “without boundaries,” which is also fitting of her personality.
W.O.L.F. Sanctuary is trying to move to a bigger and better location!
Our new location will allow W.O.L.F. to be open to the public and give more room for our wolves to run free.