<h1>Content created by Kendra Kain-Woods</h1>

Content created by Kendra Kain-Woods

Kendra is Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary’s Animal Care Supervisor and one of the animal caregivers. She is an animal behavior enthusiast, greatly enjoying the impactful relationships possible through training as a means of communication and building trust. Through her love of writing, Kendra hopes to further support the wild rescues of Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary.
A Temporary Farewell? We Hope So!

A Temporary Farewell? We Hope So!

Jessica Schmidt, Administrative Assistant and Animal Care Specialist, completed her last day working for Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary yesterday before now embarking on a three-month sabbatical. For the last two years, Jessica has worked hard, dedicating not only her...

Spring Basket Enrichment 2020

Spring Basket Enrichment 2020

Thank you so much to all of our dear Howling Supporters who helped the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Team provide our rescues with the Spring Basket Enrichment! While the Facebook Live Feed from last Thursday, May 7th, only showcased some of our rescues receiving their...

Why Wolf-Dogs Don’t Make Good Pets!

Why Wolf-Dogs Don’t Make Good Pets!

You have likely met someone who has said, “Oh my goodness! That animal is beautiful! I want one!” This exclamation of adoration and glee may have regarded a kitten or puppy, it may have been in response to a sugar glider, serval, or fox kit. Since coming to volunteer...

Spotlight: Argo & Cheyenne

Spotlight: Argo & Cheyenne

For our dear Howling Supporters who enjoy getting to more intimately know our rescues as individuals, it’s time again to spotlight one of our habitats. This week the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Team chose to highlight Cheyenne and Argo! Both Cheyenne and Argo are...

The Importance of Enrichment for Captive Wild Animals

The Importance of Enrichment for Captive Wild Animals

As an organization committed to embracing our operating philosophy of “The Animals Come First,” the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Team recognizes the vital role enrichment plays in the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of our animal rescues. Indeed, to adhere to...

Ask the Pack!

Ask the Pack!

Greetings, Howling Supporters! On behalf of the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Team, I am excited to share our newest segment for Peek into the Pack, called “Ask the Pack!” For our newspaper readers out there, I’m sure you’re familiar with the “Dear Abby” column published...

Welcome, Karen!

Welcome, Karen!

The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Team is excited to welcome new Animal Care Volunteer, Karen Burkart Guillén! Karen arrived to the sanctuary on March 3, 2020 and immediately began her rigorous two-week training period with the Animal Care Team. All Animal Care...

Rest In Peace: Tia and Juan

Rest In Peace: Tia and Juan

In the summer of 2015, two older New Guinea singing dogs were rescued from Tijuana, Mexico. With the kind help of Fran Gurillo from Saint Paco’s Second Chance Dog Rescue located in San Diego, California, the Singers were transported to Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary where...