I eat with Wolves, sleep with wolves,
  poop and pee with wolves, they are my life...


Forest and me on TV with
  Steve Stucker

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  1. My husband (Mark) and I are coming up to see your place on Friday 10/18/2013
    we just Love wolfs and from what I've seen on your web. I can't yet to see all of yours and maybe meet you. I'd give anything to be that close to a wolf and have that much family with the four legged animals. I JUST CAN'T YET

    (Posted on 2013-10-17 03:53:00 by Thina)
  2. I have 2 Siberian Huskies, one 7 and the other nine years old. One looks exactly like your cream colored wolves/half wolf (has blue eyes) in your video. I often wonder how much wolf he has. People LOVE him. He had a biting problem when he was young but never broke skin. The behavior has since disappeared except when he is being forced to do something. He is somewhat aloof except when food is involved.

    My second husky looks like your timber wolves and does have a scary side--vicious looking posturing/teeth bearing and I supervise her closely. She has never bitten anyone or hurt other dogs (but has fought when pushed) and she has spent a significant amount of time in dog parks with other dogs--as well as her whole life with my other dog.

    My question is, would the Siberian Huskies be able to survive with your wolves/half wolves?

    Do you have Siberian Huskies that are part wolf?

    (Posted on 2013-05-18 17:25:00 by margaret Leps)
  3. Wow. I am drunk, forgive me,

    (Posted on 2013-04-22 11:39:00 by Coz DeVera)
  4. wHATEVER. Hello Leyton, Rob Chance introduced me to your website, he said you were both on a show sometime together and I wanted to say hello.

    I can kind of relate, I lived in Welcome Glen South Africa for about 7 years helping protect the Chacma Baboons from their conflicts with the humanzoids. It practically drained me.
    Anyway, my first and only “dog” “Faith” was a coyote cross breed I met in Big Bear, CA animal shelter where I had my cabin.) Long story. I don’t know if I made a mistake.
    I’ve been reading “Predatory Bureaucracy”/Michael J. Robinson. Pretty heavy. And sent it to my siblings for XMAS.
    Keep it up.
    Coz DeVera tHETRE YOU GO. i DID IT. Sorry, I've had a few.

    (Posted on 2013-04-22 10:38:00 by Coz DeVera)
  5. Can't say much about the wolves; not sure if I've ever been one, but I have been a human for about 60 years. You folks, that includes the wolves and wolf-dogs, have done more to teach humans-about humans than anyone else.



    (Posted on 2013-04-13 18:22:00 by Larry)
  6. mike and i would like to find out if you allow long term volunteers for longer than 12 months? I'm apache native american. Mike and I are both wolf lovers and would love to come work and live at the santuary. We will be taking a weekend to come a visit and check more things out. Due to the economy, we simply can not go on living the white man ways. It's time to get back to nature and to the simple way of things in life. I have raised critters all my life. But only dreamed of working with wolves. I hope to meet you soon.

    (Posted on 2012-04-28 02:37:00 by dawn schramm)
  7. My family visited he sanctuary yesterday, thank you for the gift of learning about this wonderful animals.

    (Posted on 2010-10-31 15:47:00 by David Thomas)
  8. i just wanted to say that i love everything you do for these wolves. there isnt a whole lotta people left in the world who actually care about wolves just as much as you do. and i know that they wanna thank you for it and i wanna thank you for it too. so thank you so much. :)

    (Posted on 2010-10-30 23:31:00 by Amber Parsons)

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