Zion

Zion

A wolf-coyote-dog cross, rescued along with his brother by local law enforcement in Massachusetts, Zion has found a forever home at LARC. He shares his enclosure with Kiowa. Unlike his brother, Zion is a little more demanding and tends to be more vocal with both the...
Yoli

Yoli

The boss of all bosses, the alpha of all the males, the last to speak and the first to be fed. Although we keep all of our wolves in small packs or pairs, it is understood amongst all the residents that Yoli is the leader at LARC. At night, the wolves call out to one...
Willow

Willow

Willow came to us from a rescuer in Reno, Nevada and little is known of her origins. However, if you look closely you can see some resemblance between Willow and Rainier – maybe they came from the same breeder. LARC takes a strong stand against breeding wolf-dogs...
Vigil

Vigil

Vigil came to LARC from a man who thought it would be a good idea to keep a wolf (or an animal as close as you can get to a pure wolf) in his garage – until that animal chewed the tires off of his car! It may sound uncanny but it is one of many of the same type of...
Spirit

Spirit

Spirit was rescued from the Hollywood Hills with the help of the West LA Animal Services Shelter and the support of both Susan and Stacy. Again, another high-content wolf-dog is found wandering one of the nicer neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Spirit is a living example...
Shiloh

Shiloh

Shiloh was one of three wolf-dogs rescued from a failing sanctuary in Texas. Shiloh, much like her partner Spirit, has given up on human interaction. She would much rather spend an afternoon in the enclosure with Spirit under the shade of a tree than with one of our...