More About the Wolfdog Sanctuary Near Banff National Park
The sanctuary founder saw that many people were adopting a wolfdog without the knowledge of how they function and what their needs were, and wanted to create a resource that can teach about wolfdogs’ unique nature.
The Permanent Wolfdog Residents
Unfortunately, the tendency to adopt a wolfdog without proper understanding of them has led to the surrendering of many, and this Alberta wolf sanctuary is striving to solve this problem by taking in some wolfdogs as permanent residents at the sanctuary, and re-homing others.
Many of the wolfdogs that have been surrendered are high-content wolfdogs that have been bred by backyard breeders. The content of a wolfdog refers to the ratio of wolf and dog each animal has. A high-content wolfdog, has a higher percentage of wolf in them, etc. The permanent residents, that are of low, mid, and high-content, are available to see, learn about, and even feed on select tours!
The Goal of the Wolfdog Sanctuary
With the goal to spread awareness, and eventually aid the conservation of wolves in the wild, the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is the perfect place to help you understand these wonderful animals, their tendencies, needs, and fun personalities.
The Sanctuary is open from Thursday to Monday and offers a range of tours to educate the public on wolfdogs and raise awareness regarding wolf conservation.
Choose From Three Exciting Wolfdog Tours
Self-guided walks around the sanctuary
Small group guided tour up-close
Interact with the wolfdogs inside an enclosure
- Learn about wolfdogs, their special traits, and their unique needs.
- See our wolfdog permanent residents and see their beauty in a visual way.
- Gain insight about wild wolves and their importance in their natural environment.
- Enjoy photo opportunities and educational talks.
Interact with the wolfdogs on the Wolfdog Interactive Tour.