IFAW Alaska Wolf-Dog Rescue

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3 months have passed since 29 hybrids of wolves and dogs, the so-called wolves were rescued from a private kennel in Alaska, who was involved in the breeding and sale of wolves and attracted tourists the opportunity to see rare animals and contained in this animals in harsh conditions.

Animals contained in tiny boxes on chains, at two wolves chains so crashed into a skin that they had to be removed surgically. Many of wolves much were limping because their paw pads are unaccustomed to walking because of the inability to move. The animal rescue project cost thousands of dollars from private donations.

Now all animals taken out of the kennel are in Lockwood Animal Rescue Center and undergo rehabilitation under the supervision of three American military veterans. Therefore, the program attempts to teach animals to normal life is called “Warriors and Wolves.”