As of Feb 18 most of the pages have been updated, however some are not complete ... please bear with us as we complete the update. Let us know what you think of the new look..
- The countdown has begun! It won't be long until all the U.S. Wolf Refuge staff, volunteers and ambassador animals will be packing it up and heading to the beautiful Stanford University Campus in Palo Alto California for the 44th ANNUAL STANFORD POWWOW.
- Pack Member of the Month "Kasa"
Help Support the U.S. Wolf Refuge ... more info.
The US Wolf Refuge "Adopt-a-Wolf" Program
A fantastic gift for one of your children or grandchildren. Introduce them to the world of wolves & wolf-dogs.
We Need Your Help
Niko is a three year old wolf-dog who resides at the United States Wolf Refuge in Sparks, NV. He recently injured his ACL and had surgery to repair it. We are now having a fundraiser to cover his surgery and associated costs. The $2,000 for the surgery is well spent, it will give this young, energetic animal the ability to run, play and live without pain.
A page has been set up on "Go Fund Me" where you can make a donation to help pay for Niko's surgery. Thank you.
U. S. Wolf Refuge Education Program
A Renewed Focus on On The Truth Surrounding These Magnificent Creatures.
Programs are presented at schools, colleges, university's, wildlife conservation groups, libraries, community organizations, veterinarian offices, humane societies, animal welfare groups, animal control agencies, and other public groups where our message can be heard. To learn more about having the United States Wolf Refuge present for your organization, please contact us.
Wolf & Wolf-Hybrid Placement
Wolves and Wolf-hybrids are magnificent animals that many see as a status symbol. Before you consider getting one, read Bill Chamberlain's Placement Guide. It will give you some great insight and guidance.
Gain some more insight by reading "Find Your Wolf a New Home" by Bill Chamberlain. Download the Adoption Questionnaire and / or the the Adoption Agreement.
The WOLF CONNECTION
by Bill Chamberlain
U.S. Wolf Refuge founder & director
The wolf uses teamwork, unity and synergy to survive. It enables 90-pound wolves to bring down 1000-pound elk. In our 30 year history I have tried to bring together as many wolf advocacy people and groups as possible. We are all much stronger and more effective when we act together. The U.S. Wolf Refuge has been around for 30 years because of our working with other wolf groups and our dedicated volunteers working together. ... Read the entire article