The Wanagi Wolf Rescue Pack



Wihopa’s name in Lakota means “pretty woman”… and she certainly lives up to her name. She is not only gorgeous in appearance, but also demeanor. She is highly socialized and very friendly to visitors at WWFR as was her brother Kola, who passed January 1st 2015. Beware… she will flirt with you and win your heart!



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)



Tehya came to WWFR from Virginia at the age of 4 on November 9, 2016. Her name in Navajo/Dine’ means “Precious Crown”. Within 2 hours of her arrival she was taking treats from Stephanie’s hand. The pack has welcomed her in. Tehya, Jyoti and Wihopa have their pens next to each other. It will be known as “the K9 Sorority House!”

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