Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary

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The Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary was created in June 2011 to drive public awareness and education surrounding wolfdogs and wolves in the wild. Visitors can go a self-guided walk to see the grounds and view the various packs of wolfdogs at their own pace. Or, choose to go on an Intro Tour that takes guests inside the Engadine enclosure into a large viewing platform with one of the guides. Guests can also go on an interactive adventure through the up-close encounter with their Yamnuska and Cascade Packs. Have the unique opportunity to learn all about the true nature of wolfdogs and gain a better understanding of wolf behaviour, and how this behaviour fundamentally differs from that of domestic dogs. It is important to note that visitors are visiting a sanctuary, not a zoo, and their top priority is to protect the wellbeing of the wolfdogs. Many of the rescued wolfdogs have had negative experiences with humans prior to arriving at the Sanctuary and therefore can be quite fearful of certain smells, sounds, and objects.

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