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WolfWood is a state and federally licensed non-profit refuge for wolves and wolf/dogs. We provide a safe haven and the highest quality of life possible for these special needs animals.
We are engaged in rescue and rehabilitation, not breeding and selling. We work with other animal organizations around the country to save wolves and wolf/dogs that otherwise would die.

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Our most popular item, now in Stock for 2022. Next year's Calendar features cover girl Xena along with Akula, Valkyria, Samoa, Nyx, Razi, Danu, Wile E, Ginger, Liri, Archie, Albion, Chica and a special remembrance page recognizing the special animals that left us this year and joined the Forever Pack..


A WolfWood FIRST
Three events in one week!

Tuesday December 7th - Colorado Gives Day
Friday December10th - WolfWood's Annual Holiday Event
Saturday December 11th - Durango Farmers Holiday Market

Be a part of history -
Paricipate in all three!

(For more information on an event, click the link to visit our events page for more information)


Meet Etta

WolfWood welcomes another new member, the very sweet Etta. Etta came to us from a private party in Durango. They took good care of her but just could not keep her. She's energetic and a little shy. She already seems to be fitting in here at WolfWood!


Ipo Will be Missed

WolfWood has been in La Plata County for 20 years. When you rescue animals for that long, and you do a good job at it, the animals can live to an old age. Most of our population is elderly. It has been a hard year of loss for the Refuge. This has taken an emotional toll on everyone

We considered not making public announcements when we lose an animal, however we want to honor their memories and respect the right for our supporters and friends to be included in all that goes on at WolfWood. Both the happy and the sad.

Sadly, we've lost another one of our long term residents. Ipo passed in the night. She lived with Aspen and we have had her since she arrived as a sick little puppy. Ipo was shy, but tough. She survived a rattlesnake bite last year and loved to run and play. We add her to the list of animals for whom we are grieving.


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