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Other Wolves

At Wolfwood Refuge we have over 60 animals and are constantly updating and adding to the existing wolf biographies.

Scroll through the page to view the wolves or select a wolf from the list to view them directly. 

 

   

Akayla:
Akayla is Trinity's twin sister, and also sister to Rowen.  She came to Wolfwood shortly after Trinity in January of 2009 as ayoung pup. Akayla had been severely abused; her front legs had substantial damage done to them and both needed to be in casts for 6 months. Due to Joel's excellent care, she did not require the extensive surgery the vets thought she might need.  She is now fully healed and is slowly becoming less shy. She lives with Sable and has grown to be quite sociable with his companionship.

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Aldo:
Aldo came to Wolfwood November of 2013 as a 5-month-old German Shepard/wolfdog. He came from a person in Pagosa who turned him in to the La Plata Humane Society. They took him in, gave him his shots and neutered him.

He lives with Trinity and we are so happy to have saved him and really excited that Trinity now has a friend. Trinity had been waiting for a companion animal since the loss of Dominoe in 2012 and Aldo adores her. (An attempt to pair Trinity with Kohl didn't work out.)

We think he will be a large animal and hopefully will be able to travel with Trinity in her ambassador work.

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Archie:
Archie is a wolfdog who came from Aztec NM in January 2014. His owner had rescued him, but Archie could not be contained. He got out and was too smart to be recaptured. He ran around Aztec, causing no harm and even taking walks with local towns people and their dogs. He would eat hotdogs from their hands. He is quite a character.

Tina and the folks at the animal shelter tried to catch him for several weeks, even buying a special net gun. He still evaded all attempts until Craig went down with our new dart gun and sedated him with the first shot. He was taken to the shelter and neutered. He was transported here and lives with Phaedra at the top of the hill. He is handsome, sweet and curious. He wants to be petted but is still shy.

For an amusing write-up on Archie's time before he came to Wolfwood see the story in the Aztec Talon. (Scroll down to the bottom of page 16 for the article.)

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Aspen:
Aspen is a young, rowdy animal.  She came to Wolfwood in 2009 at the age of 3 months after a court battle with the puppy mill where she was born.  While she is not aggressive and can be handled by anyone, she still has her puppy energy and likes to play rough.  Aspen lives with Avalanche and Mojo.

 

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Athena:
Athena is a small malamute mix dog.  She came to Wolfwood in April of 2011, at age of 7, from Aztec N.M. when the shelter could not get her adopted.  She is sweet and gentle with people and is very playful.  Because of her personality, all the volunteers have fallen in love with her.  She has recently been serving as an ambassador for Wolfwood at events and appears to enjoy all the attention.  She is safe and happy here at WolfWood.

 

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Avalanche:
Avalanche is a very friendly Malamute mix who was born in 2005. She initially had been adopted but, due to a divorce, her owner couldn't keep her and she returned to Wolfwood in 2009. She is a dominate animal and prefers male pen mates.  She lives with Mojo and Aspen and is the boss of the enclosure.  When meat is given out she makes sure she has first choice of the food although she will share once she has made her selection.

 

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Chica:
Chica came from the same bad breeding situation that Destiny did. She came to Wolfwood in 2012 as a pretty 9 month old  little girl. She is a very low percentage wolf/dog, but because of her terrible background she is not very social. We put her in with Smokey since Smokey is young and Chica will be able to be Smokey's companion for a long time. They get along well, and Chica is happy to run and play.
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Cinder:
Cinder is a dog. She was a stray that was picked up by the humane society. Cinder unfortunately had a deformed leg that was damaged when it was caught in an old trap. Solely because of her leg, nobody wanted to adopt Cinder, so we took her in.

Cinder has been a companion of several older wolves who responded well to her personality.  Now, Cinder lives with Sam who was exceptionally shy when he arrived.  She again worked her magic and Sam has come out of his shell with Cinder's help.

 

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Destiny:
Destiny is our resident bundle of energy. She came to Wolfwood May of 2012 just a few hours before we lost our beloved Tonka.  She got her name because fate seems to have made it her destiny to fill the void left by Tonka's departure even before we knew it would happen.  Destiny came from people who have many wolves and wolfdogs on chains and running loose getting in trouble. They had a litter and didn't even know it, so those animals are feral and causing trouble. All of Destiny's littermates were sold at 4 weeks of age. Because she had a bad eye they took her to the Durango animal shelter where the wonderful staff there took her in, gave Destiny her first shots, and called us. She was very small, but just a sweetheart. We took her to Dr. Wagner who operated on her eye and was able to save her vision.

Destiny lived with Odin until he needed surgery and required peace and quiet to recover.  She now lives with Ipo who can match her energy level.

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Druid:
Druid is Vesta's son and the brother of Tj and Sable.  He is a full dog. He came to the refuge in 2008 from Walsenburg, Co. with Vesta as one of her nine puppies. They were in a very bad situation and Vesta was starving and too weak to get up and walk around.  She was a good mother but without nutrition, the future of Vesta and her pups was bleak  While most of her pups have been adopted,  Druid, TJ, Sable and Vesta still enjoy life at Wolfwood.  Druid is much shyer than his siblings and tends to avoid people.

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Finn:
Finn joined the Wolfwood pack in March of 2014 from the Aztec Shelter. He is a large animal and is about 3 years old. We don't think there is any wolf in him; he's mostly white German Shepard. However, Finn has been severely abused. He was emaciated, weak and very scared. He has some food avoidance issues, which indicate that he was beaten when he tried to eat. His neck is damaged from the chain he was always on.  As the picture shows, Finn has responded very well at the Refuge. He has filled out nicely.

Finn is sweet, but originally had a distant personality. Constant attention has mitigated that and Finn now loves visits and has gotten involved with the sounds of the Refuge.   He has vision problems, which we hope are genetic and will not worsen. It could be detached retinas due to trauma. He has a long and expensive road to physical recovery but we will make sure he is safe and loved and work on his physical and emotional healing. Finn is Gaelic for fair-haired.

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Ghost:
Ghost lives an extremely happy life with his best friend, Rukai. He took almost 9 months before he would let anyone touch him. His one 'request' was that he wanted a pen built behind the house so he could see his "mom" (Paula) at all times.  (He refused to stop crying when we gave him a pen else where).

 

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Ipo:
Ipo came to Wolfwood in April of 2012 as a 12 week old, little  female.  She is very sweet and extremely shy. She was in the Aztec NM shelter when they contacted us.  We agreed to take her, but she developed a respiratory infection and it took a while to get better. When she got better she came to live with us. She was only 3 months old and very scared. She has really grown and now lives with Topaz.  Her shy personality and Topaz's advanced age have made for a good match.  Ipo still is shy with people and will hide in her house sometimes, but that's ok. We are patient and just glad she is safe.

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Jill:
Jill is a medium percentage wolfdog who came to the Refuge in January 2014. Her age is not known but she appears to be a middle-aged animal. Both Jill and Kodiak came from the same sordid situation where 130 animals were stacked in airline crates, on top of each other, in a warehouse. The abhorrent details can be found here.

Nothing is known about Jill from her time before the rescue. She was scared and skittish when we first picked her up. Jill appears to have some muscle atrophy from her time in the crate and may have some skeletal damage. She is an energetic, playful animal and she appears happy at the Refuge. As with many of our animals, physical rehab will be a priority with her.

Jill Lives with Kodiak. They now have a permanent and safe place, surrounded by people who care about them. They have room to throw back their heads and sing with the other animals that have found a home at Wolfwood Refuge.

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Juno:
Juno is a mid to low percentage wolf/dog. When she came to us she had just had pups, but they were not with her. Shortly after her arrival, we got a call from a woman claiming to have a litter of "Mexican red wolves." We assured her there was no such thing, but she insisted. Of course the group did not have an ounce of wolf in them, but we agreed to take them out of their bad situation and brought them home for Juno to foster. She was a great mom and we found homes for all the puppies with the help of the La Plata Humane Society, except Siren, who we kept to be Juno's pen mate.  Rowan is the third member of this playful pen.

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Justice:
Justice arrived in May of 2013. He was born in 2007 and came from Ignacio. He is a very low percentage wolf/dog, if any. His owner had to move to a small place in town. The neighbors complained and threatened him, and he lived in a very small cage with no exercise. He barks a lot but is not aggressive.

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Kewa:
Kewa and his mom, Skyla, came from Best Friends in Utah.  Their owner died suddenly and they were left alone.  They stayed at Best Friends for several months and then were brought to Wolfwood in 2004 thanks to funding for their enclosure and the dedication of Best Friends.  Kewa is not quite as friendly as his mother was, but will come up to people he knows. This may be due to his high percentage wolf genetics.  He likes to act tough when there is a large group of people nearby and bark a lot, but he wouldn't hurt a fly.

Kewa lived with Sklya until her passing in June of 2014.

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Kodiak:
Kodiak is a low-mid percentage wolfdog who came to the Refuge in January 2014 as a 4-year-old. Both Kodiak and Jill came from the same sordid situation where 130 animals were stacked in airline crates, on top of each other, in a warehouse. The abhorrent details can be found here.

Nothing is known about Kodiak from his time before the rescue other than his age. Fortunately, he seems to have tolerated his time in the tiny crate fairly well and now enjoys spending time with the volunteers at the Refuge. If he is given the choice of food or getting pets, he prefers pets. He definitely loves attention although he prefers to meet one person at a time.  If more try to visit at one time, he shies away.

Kodiak lives with Jill. They now have a permanent and safe place, surrounded by people who care about them. They have room to throw back their heads and sing with the other animals that have found a home at Wolfwood.

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Kohl:
Kohl is a dog and was one of eight in a litter at the LaPlata Humane Society.  He came to Wolfwood in 2006 to be a companion to Tonka who was grieving and howling after her brother, Buddy, died.  He is a calm, affectionate animal who has adjusted very well to Wolfwood and provided Tonka with the company she needed until her death in 2012.  He thinks he is a guard dog and barks when he sees strangers, but is sweet and can be handled by anyone.  We are trying different pairings with Kohl to see which residents would be a good fit for him but Kohl doesn't have much patience for the puppy energy of some of our younger residents such as Destiny.  Older, more mature residents may be better suited for him..

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Majesty:
Majesty came to the refuge in April of 2012 as a 2 year-old female.  She had spent her first two years on a chain, tied to fences, bumpers, whatever was handy. Her owners moved to a house where they could not keep her. They took her to be boarded and then called us.  She still has the marks around her neck from the chains and it will take a lot of work and patience for her to ever be close to a normal animal. She loves people and wants lots of attention, but she is extremely food aggressive and will growl and snap if challenged.  It is a real shame because she is beautiful and intelligent, and damaged. We hope to balance out the two polar opposite sides of her personality by offering her love and boundaries.  We will do our best, as always.  She lives next to Odin and will never be on a chain again. 

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Minnie:
Minnie came to the refuge as a 2-year old from Utah in February of 2005.  She is very shy and does not want to be petted.  She was named Minnie because when she arrived she was very small and thin.  Since that time, the name has become much less fitting since a proper diet and endless exercise have allowed her to grow to her full size.  Minnie lives with Little Timber (who is also shy around people).

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Mojo:
Mojo was a runaway who came from the Durango shelter in 2008 as a 5-year old adult. He is an escape artist and is shy but very loving. Mojo lost two close friends the past couple of years with the passing of Bronte and Cassidy. He needed other canine companionship and has formed new bonds with his pen mates, Aspen and Avalanche. He loves Joel and will socialize to anyone if they are patient.

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Odin:
Odin arrived at the Refuge late April of 2012 from Albuquerque NM.  He was rescued by Tom, who is one of our regular volunteers.  He saw Odin's plight and wanted to help. The young couple who had him could not care for him properly and Odin was very emaciated with a terrible coat.  Tom convinced the couple to turn him over to WolfWood and brought him here.  Dr. Wagner found a mass in his intestine but Odin was in no shape for surgery. We put a few pounds on him and got him settled in.  Then Dr. Wagner removed the mass, neutered him and checked his tear ducts, which are congenitally closed. Since Odin came to the refuge he has regained his full weight and his fur is soft and shiny.  He has made a great recovery, but, one of the tumors was found to be cancerous.  When you approach Odin, he acts like a perfect gentleman  and he will gently walk up to meet you to say hello.  He likes to be petted and is very calm and friendly around everyone.  Odin was the surrogate dad for Destiny as he could handle her puppy energy but still teach her about behavior limits.  But surgery meant Odin needed peace and quiet so he now lives alone.  He has quietly become a favorite of several volunteers.
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Orley:
Orley was born in 2007 and came to the Refuge from the Ute reservation early in 2009 as a very nervous young adult. He would constantly run in circles almost non-stop.  He has made significant progress since then and no longer has his nervous habit.  However, he is still very shy and timid and does not like to be touched.  He likes to sit on top of his shelter surrounded by tree branches that partially obscure him.  He lives with Siku.

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Pan and Echo:
Pan and Echo were at a humane society and were scheduled to be euthanized the day that we picked them up. They are both very sweet and playful. They love any and all attention that they can get.

 

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Phedra:
Phedra is a high percentage wolf that came to Wolfwood, with Atlas, in the summer of 2004 from Gunnison, Co. They were found starving when they were caught by animal control. She was born in 2000 and lived with Atlas until his death in 2012. She currently lives with Archie in one of the Refuge's largest enclosures so she is free to stretch her legs as much as she likes

Phedra is a bit skeptical when you first go into her enclosure, especially if she's concerned about guarding her food. However, once she realizes you're a friend and you sit down, she is happy to give you a friendly wolf rub that will push you over if you're not expecting it.

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Ranger:
Ranger and Willow were found together and had been running loose for a while. In August of 2004, Ranger had been hit by a car and was seriously injured. Willow refused to leave his side.  With Ranger's injuries and Willow's insistence to stay with him, Animal Control was able to rescue both of them. Wolfwood was contacted and their story at the Refuge began. Ranger's injuries were healed, both were treated for their ailments and the two of them were reunited in the enclosure where Ranger became famous for his rock climbing.   Ranger is a large, athletic, strong animal.  He is a bit shy but with enough patience, he will approach you.  He lived with Willow until her passing in March of 2013. He now has been joined by Ria who also lost her mate in 2013.  Ria has assumed her normal position of hiding behind her "man" and sleeps shoulder to shoulder with Ranger.  He is most definitely, the King of the Hill.

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Razi:
This is Razi. He came from northern Colorado in April of 2012 at the age of 2. His owner moved and could not keep him so he took Razi to a vet to be put down. Instead, the staff at the vet's office worked hard to find WolfWood and get Razi here. They transported him to us and even gave us a donation for his care.  He prefers men over woman and likes Joel, Ben and Paula's dad. He will lie next to them and even bump them with his nose, but he does not want to be petted and definitely does not want to be leashed.  We are confident he will settle in and appreciate his new, safe home and large, secure enclosure.  He will be moved in with another wolf when a large escape-proof pen opens up. For now he lives next to Samoa.

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Ria:
Ria was born in 2001 and came to Wolfwood in 2004. Her previous owners were involved in a divorce dispute and abandoned her in Pahrump, NV. She was found but was about to be put down when an email was sent to Wolfwood describing her plight. Craig went to get her and she found a new home at the Refuge. She is a beautiful animal and is very shy. She will not approach you but will not run to hide from you either. She lived with Big Timber until his passing in 2013.  She now lives with Ranger who also lost his mate in 2013.  Ria has assumed her normal position of hiding behind her "man" and sleeps shoulder to shoulder with Ranger.  She seems to enjoy her new pen at the top of the hill where both of them can watch everything that is going on!

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Rowan:
Rowan came to us from Pueblo, the same shelter where we got his sisters, Akayla and Trinity.  He might have a bit more dog in him though as indicated by his flopped ear and size. Rowan has been a challenge to get a picture of because he's very shy initially and will choose to peek out at you from behind trees. However, once he decides that he likes you, he sits right on top of your feet and is extremely affectionate. Despite being very large, he was lonely and skittish when he came, bonding to only a few people. We decided to see if the girls, Juno and Siren,  liked him and they did! It is such a unique combination of sizes, percentages and personalities, yet they find a way to make it all work.  Even though Rowan is the biggest one in his pen (he still lives with Juno and Siren) he lets the youngest, and littlest, penmate (Siren) boss him around.

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Rufio:
Rufio is one of our low percentage wolf animals.  He came to us from the Jicarilla-Apache Reservation in October of 2001 at the request of the Pagosa Springs Humane Society.  He was rescued after being starved for several days and was found laying in a small kennel with no water or food next to a dead dog.  This understandably put him in a very bad mood and we had to use a bite suit and 5 hours of effort to transfer him into the truck and into his pen. It took a while, and lots of patience, but Rufio has done a complete 180 since then, and is now strong and healthy. He likes his pen, but he refuses to live with anyone else.  While he loves his human visitors, he can be shy around men he doesn't know.  Rufio is also one of our best diggers, and has dug one of his dens at least five feet deep.  He is a true success story for Wolfwood.

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Rukai:
Rukai was rescued after living in 5 different homes within a year. He is now quite happy living at the refuge with his best friend Ghost. Rukai loves to just run and play. He also loves to show off how he can jump on his dog house in a single bound. Rukai is extremely affectionate with us but due to his past he is afraid of children and new places.

 

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Sable:
Sable is Vesta's son and the brother of Tj and Druid.  He is a full dog. He came to the Refuge in 2008 from Walsenburg, Co. with Vesta as one of her nine puppies. They were in a very bad situation and Vesta was starving and too weak to get up and walk around.  She was a good mother but without nutrition, the future of Vesta and her pups was bleak  Sable was one of the pups that was adopted after everyone got healthy and he went to a good home with a loving owner. Unfortunately, his owner fell on hard economic times and could not keep Sable anymore.  He brought Sable back to the Refuge, as is our policy when things like this happen, and we welcomed him back.  Sable is very friendly and lives with his best friend, Akayla.

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Sam:
Sam is a dog who joined our Wolfwood family during January 2014. We think he was born around 2008.  He is a very unsocial lab/mix who was sent to the Adams County Shelter after a hoarding situation was shut down. He was considered unadoptable and was recommended for euthanasia. The shelter kept him for over 4 months looking for a place for Sam. WolfWood agreed to accept him at the request of our state inspector with the hope that he will be a companion animal for Cinder who recently lost her partner.

Sam and Cinder were paired in a new pen. Cinder has been used as a hospice companion for many of our older wolves and she took right to Sam. She makes sure he eats and guarded the gate. Sam started to come out of his shell. He went from completely isolated in his house to coming out and looking at people to barking once in a while. He then became even braver and now stays outside his house and barks at people coming up the hill. It seems he has adopted the guardianship of the top part of the Refuge. Kohl guards the bottom and Sam guards the top. Sam generally stays in the back of the new pen but has started moving up to the front to see the people better.

Is it Cinder's companionship? Is it the howls of all the wolves surrounding Sam? Who can tell?  The change is dramatic.
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Samoa:
Samoa is a young, low percentage wolf/dog who came to us during May 2013.  The connection to Wolfwood was made on Facebook by a friend of her owner.  Her original owner had taken her from a bad situation but couldn't keep her anymore due to a relocation.  Arrangements were made for the move to Wolfwood  through the Aztec Shelter.

Samoa  is very skittish as she needed to be kept inside a trailer previously. She needs some time to adjust to her new life where she has space to move.  She lives next to Razi and will be well taken care of.

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Sawyer:
Sawyer is a dog.  He lived with Reddog until Reddog passed away early in 2012.  He initially came to the refuge when he was a puppy but we took him to the Humane Society so he could get adopted. Sawyer however, decided he didn't want to live at the humane society or a home and tossed a fit. He came back to the refuge and has been happy ever since.

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Sheba:
Sheba is a high-percentage wolfdog who joined the Wolfwood pack during July of 2014.  She was nine years old when she arrived.

She came from a local woman who got a divorce and could no longer keep her. She is very friendly and loves people.  She is always smiling and is very happy go lucky!

We are planning to put her in with Finn. 

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Siku:
Siku came to Wolfwood during March, 2009 from Farmington, NM as a one-year old.  Her owner had to move due to his job and couldn't keep her.  She prefers female company but she seems to like Orley (a male). She is a shy, submissive animal and will allow you to approach her if she likes you.

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Siren:
Siren is a dog.  She came to us when we got a call from a person claiming to have a litter of "Mexican red wolves." We assured her there was no such thing, but she insisted. Of course the group did not have an ounce of wolf in them, but we agreed to take them out of their bad situation and brought them home for one of our other wolves, Juno, to foster.  We found homes for all the puppies with the help of the La Plata Humane Society, except Siren, who we kept to be Juno's pen mate.  Rowan is the third member of this playful pen.

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Smokey:
Smokey came to the refuge when he was a puppy.  His owner had dropped him off at a humane society and left no information about him other than to say he was a German Shepherd. As he grew, it became obvious that he was not a German Shepherd.  The humane society gave us a call saying they had a wolfdog and we picked him up. He is very shy around people and lives with Chica.
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Stella:
Stella is a 2 year old, low percentage animal who came to Wolfwood during September of 2013 from a private party in New Mexico. She was well treated but her owner had to move and couldn't keep Stella. She is a sweet, submissive animal who loves people and her food! She is very active and happy and has quickly adjusted to her new environment. 

Like Tika and Pan, Stella has one blue eye (and all Wolfwood volunteers know a full wolf does not have blue eyes).  She shared a pen with Adama who thoroughly enjoy having a younger pen-mate until his passing in 2014. 

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Storm:
Storm came to the refuge as a 2-year old in 2009 from the Aztec Animal Shelter.  He likes to bark but is very sweet.  He is quite active and can be a real challenge to catch.

 

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Tavi:
Tavi is very skittish. She is not mean but is shy and does not come up to anyone.  She prefers to just stay out of the way.

Starved and abused, it took over a month to get her to Wolfwood from Delta, CO in 2007.  She was only 2 and required physical rehabilitation and socialization.  She was nursed back to health, along with Lakota who was recovering from surgery. The two healed together and became inseparable until Lakota's passing in early 2014.

 

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Tika:
Tika is a Husky mix that came to the Refuge in 2007 as a shy 2-year old from the Farmington Animal Shelter.  She has distinctive eyes in that one eye is a different color from the other.  She is very shy and her shyness makes it difficult to get a good picture of her.  If she is in her house, she will hide her face.  If she is out and about she will move to different angles in the enclosure to try to see you from all angles.  She will not come up to people at the fence but likes to bark a lot at them (from a distance).  In general, she is not friendly with other animals but got along with Nomad until his death in 2012.

 

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Topaz:
Topaz is currently the eldest resident at the Refuge, at 17 years of age.  He and Rufio are the last of the animals that came from the original location of the Refuge in Pagosa.

Topaz was captured in northern Colorado and came to us in late 2000 through Table Mountain Rescue.  He is a high percentage wolf and consequently tends to be very shy.  Topaz lives with Ipo and their shy personalities match well.. 

 

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Trucker:
Trucker is shy around people but loves to be around other animals. When he first came to us, he had a nervous habit of running in circles constantly. He has since broken that habit.  Trucker lived with Bruno until Bruno's death in 2012.  He will be paired with another wolf shortly since he loves companionship.

 

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Vesta and TJ:
Vesta and TJ are both full dogs. Vesta came to the refuge in 2008 from Walsenburg, Co. with her nine puppies. They were in a very bad situation and Vesta was starving and too weak to get up and walk around.  She was a good mother but without nutrition, the future of Vesta and her pups was bleak. She is now fully recovered and all her pups survived due to her motherly instincts and a bit of help from Wolfwood.   While most of her pups have been adopted,  TJ, Druid and Sable still enjoy life with her at Wolfwood.  Vesta is in the foreground of this picture and TJ is in the back.

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