Volunteering at the Sanctuary is often very labor intensive and volunteers will be asked to complete a wide range of activities based on the needs of any given day. It is recommended that volunteers come prepared to work outdoors in a mountainous environment in all manner of weather conditions.
Volunteers are responsible for maintaining the highest standards of conduct at all times when involved in activities associated with W.O.L.F. Volunteers may assist with public relations and community activities as prescribed by W.O.L.F. staff.
Volunteers provide most maintenance duties at W.O.L.F. including cleaning enclosures and grounds, making repairs as needed, building enclosures and structures as needed, and maintaining the meat preparation area.
Volunteers may handle wolves and wolf dogs only after they have successfully completed the prescribed training program.
Volunteers will at all times follow the prescribed rehabilitation procedures specified by W.O.L.F. staff and the program veterinarian.
Volunteers may be asked to assist in fundraising activities, educational programs, and/or tabling events under the direction of W.O.L.F. staff.