No animals, supplies, equipment, etc. may be removed from the facility without permission from the directors or staff.
Volunteers must work a minimum of two work sessions per month and must schedule their times in advance in order to be considered an active volunteer in good standing.
Volunteers and work groups may not smoke on W.O.L.F. property.
Volunteers must take the training course and pay annual membership dues to be considered active members in good standing and be allowed access to the facility.
Volunteers must have current tetanus vaccinations.
The use of (or being under the influence of, prior to arriving) illegal or controlled substances (e.g.: drugs, alcohol, etc.) at the W.O.L.F. facility or in association with W.O.L.F. activities, is strictly forbidden, and will result in the immediate termination of the offending volunteer’s association with the W.O.L.F. program.
Termination from the program may result if a volunteer fails to adhere to any of the policies of the W.O.L.F. program.