Alaska Rescue Updates

Lockwood Animal Rescue Center’s (LARC) Alaskan wolf & wolfdog relocation. All animals were released at our Frazier Park facility between 0130 and 0630 in the morning Monday, 12 December 2011.  They have adapted very well and are doing fine!

This project saved many lives, and cost many thousands of dollars; if you are able to help us with a donation of any size, please visit the Donation link to the right.

Thanks once more to Alaska SPCA, IFAW, Hertz Car Rental, Anchorage Hilton Garden Inn, and of course Mr. Bob Barker!

More coming soon! We have lots of information about this successful project that we wish to share with you, and are excited to do so, but as a small organization with a large mission we ask you to please be patient.  We know you understand that we will always keep the animals and our mission as the first priority.

In this video, Matthew Simmons, Co-Founder of Lockwood Animal Rescue Center – LARC, is wearing a body cam (Go Pro) while collecting Wolves from Wolf Country in Palmer, Alaska. This Alpha female is one of 28 Wolves relocated to LARC’s sanctuary in Ventura County California.

The World Animal Awareness Society filmed the preparation, extraction, vetting, and transportation of the Wolves from 12-8 through 12-10-11 in Anchorage and Palmer, Alaska.

Check out several of the dogs we rescued as well as a few pictures of the rescue in action!

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