A World Away
The Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC) offers a healing therapeutic work environment to our returning combat veterans and a forever home to wolves, wolf-dogs, coyotes, foxes, and Primurine horses. Located on a 20-acre facility with a 3,000-acre buffer, we offer both the Veterans and our rescued animals a chance to heal in a back-to-nature setting.
Protecting the Wolf
LARC rescues animals from across the United States and works closely with national and local law enforcement to protect the wolf and the wolf-dog from destruction. As an organization we have a circular and/or holistic approach to this problem. We offer forever homes to those we rescue, we rail against the slaughter of wild wolves, and we fight against the breeding of wolves and high-content wolf dogs in a domestic setting.
We spay, neuter, and microchip all of our sanctuary residents, and build packs from rescued animals across the country. We house animals side-by-side, monitor behavior, and slowly transition animals who demonstrate the desire to be with one another into larger enclosures, building a pack as we move west across the facility. Eventually, a new pack is formed and they are moved to spacious habitats to live out their lives as a wolf should.