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Sponsor A Wolfdog

If you are interested in purchasing a print copy of any of our pictures, you'll be happy to know that ALL proceeds go to helping save more wolfdogs! Please browse our gallery and then make your way to our online ordering form.

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Wolfdogs for Adoption

The wolfdogs we rescue are given a second chance through monitored rehabilitation and socialization. Our aim is to match every dog that comes to us with the right family!

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Visit the Sanctuary

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary welcomes visitors to come see our beautiful wolfdogs and learn all about them. We are open all year round and every day of the week. If you are interested in visiting us, please schedule your appointment...

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Mission

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is dedicated to providing educational programs on responsible wolfdog ownership and the importance of preserving wild wolves in their natural environment.

We are also dedicated the rescue and safe sanctuary of wolfdogs that have been neglected, abandoned, or otherwise displaced.

Our Sanctuary

We are a non-profit organization east of the Rocky Mountains near Cochrane, Alberta. We are located on 160 acres of land with a current pack of 5 resident wolfdogs plus various adoptable wolfdogs.

Latest News

Timber

Timber is a husky X (low/no content wolfdog) looking for his forever home. He was surrendered by his owners due to containment problems. Timber will need a securely fenced backyard to prevent him from wandering the neighbourhood. He is approximately 2 years old. He is a very sweet, mellow dog who enjoys spending most of […]

Kodiak

Kodiak was born on July 16th, 2011 so he’s approximately 3 years old. Kodiak was raised primarily indoors with his littermate and some older wolfdogs but thankfully he has been well socialized. His gentle nature comes through in the photos and even more when you meet him. He is a low-content wolfdog and his long, […]