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Shanti

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SHANTI Howls from Shanti, a predominantly coyote mix. This happy, playful petite girlie-girl came to WWFR on March 3rd, 2017. Stephanie met the lovely people from the Shelter in Pueblo, CO. They drove from Nebraska where Shanti was found running & surviving in an Industrial Park. The pack has welcomed her in. She may possibly become a new Ambassador! Welcome Shanti! (means ‘Peaceful’ in Sanskrit)

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Waya

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Waya, in the Cherokee language, means ‘wolf’, but he is the only dog at Wanagi Wolf Rescue. After having his DNA done it was discovered he is White German Shephard Dog x Malamute x Golden Retriever x Bull Terrier! He was rescued from the tornado-stricken area in Oklahoma in 2015. He was 3 months old and only weighed 39 pounds, but now he is full grown and weighs 93 pounds! Great thanks to Leyton Cougar from Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary for ...

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Angel

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Angel is the newest member of the Wanagi pack. He’s a gorgeous, high content, white, Artic Wolf-Dog. He has been well taken care of, is fixed, chipped, loves children & LOVES playing with other K9’s! Angel lives proudly in Liberty’s pen when I am at work, and sleeps inside with me, Bindi, and Milagro.

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Jyoti

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Jyoti, nicknamed ‘the Valentine Girl’, because she arrived here on Feb. 15th 2015. When I come home at night, she comes inside and sleeps with Milagro, Bindi, Angel, & myself!  She is one loving girl.  Jyoti means ‘the bright flame’ in sanskrit and she certainly is!

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O-tai-oni

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O-tai-oni is a high-content wolf-dog who arrived at the rescue on August 31, 2012. Although she was originally named “Trinity” once she came to live at Wanagi Wolf Rescue, she “told” Stephanie that her new name was to be “O-tai-oni” which means “wolf” in the Seneca language.

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Bindi

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Presenting Bindi, a coyote/gray wolf/husky mix who serves as one of Wanagi Wolf Rescue’s primary wolf-dog ambassadors. His name in Sanskit means “the one-pointed energy of God.” Bindi participates in almost all Wanagi Wolf Rescue public events and presentations, and is a favorite among volunteers and audience members alike.

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Wihopa

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Meet beautiful Wihopa, the sister half of the Kola-Wihopa sibling pair. (Kola passed on January 1st, 2015.) Her name means “pretty woman” in the Lakota language. She is highly socialized and is very friendly to visitors at the rescue. Wihopa is available for adoption to a great home, but be careful – she’s a flirt!

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Prema

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This is Prema, Waya’s pen-mate. She is a young gray wolf/Husky mix who was rescued from the Gallup area by the Humane Society. Since coming to live at Wanagi Wolf Rescue, Prema has evolved into a beautiful, healthy, robust wolf-dog who is a great influence and teacher for Waya.

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Shadow

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This is Shadow, the daughter of Canadian white Tundra wolf, Shunka (Shadow’s mother was a gray wolf). Both Shadow and Shunka enjoy announcing the arrival of visitors to the refuge, and Shadow’s adorable and friendly face immediately endears her to all who see her. Stephanie takes Shadow and Shunka to Wanagi Wolf Rescue’s “Meet & Greet” venues, where they both are very well-behaved and loving.

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Shunka

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Shunka

Shunka and his daughter Shadow are pen-mates who came to live at Wanagi WR on December 26, 2010. The pair were rescued from Colorado and are well socialized. They enjoy going for leash walks, and participate in many of Wanagi WR’s public “Meet & Greet” venues.

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