My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Wolf Haven International, Tenino, WA, USA
I first became aware of Wolf Haven sometime in the early 80's when they had a booth at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. At the time they had an ambassador wolf, I believe it was Little John, whom the public was able to meet. Having been a wolf lover for most of my life, it was something I'll never forget, the first time I had contact with a live wolf!! I visited Wolf Haven not long after that meeting, & was awed by the place & their dedication to these misunderstood beings!! They no longer have an ambassador wolf, but the knowledge & dedication has not waned. If anything, with the years, it's even better!!! I don't get to visit as often as I'd like, but I go when I can & I am NEVER disappointed in the place or the people!! The volunteers are all there because they care & are there to take care of these animals & to educate those that come to visit. If there has to be places like this for wolves to be safe, then Wolf Haven is one of the best.
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Wolf Haven International was founded as a nonprofit in 1982, so you definitely encountered us during our early years. As we've matured as an organization over the last 31 years, our philosophy of a sanctuary has also evolved (hence discontinuing the ambassador wolf program). So glad that you continue to find visits here to see some of the resident wolves enriching!