Sheba

Sheba

Sheba was rescued off of a chain in Alaska. At first she was very timid and fearful of human interaction, and LARC was unsure if she would ever come out of her shell. Sheba is now one of the most playful animals at LARC and she shares her wolf-life with Danny Boy in...
Sampson

Sampson

Sampson was one of the wolves rescued from Alaska. He is a black-phase wolf, which means over his lifespan he will slowly gray. Although he is a big,strong boy, he is unsure of himself and therefore lives in an enclosure with his mother, Harmony. Sampson was the last...
May

May

May, like her sister, was rescued in Bakersfield California. Unlike her sister, she was much more pliable as a youngster and didn’t put up quite the same fight when it came to feeding. May is the eyes and ears of LARC. Her enclosure at the apex of the facility allows...
Magabee

Magabee

Magabee was rescued from Texas along with her partner and brought to LARC in early 2009. Magabee is a black-phase wolf-dog, and much like Huey (who’s also from Texas), has a low, deep based howl that sounds like a sea lion. Ironically, Magabee’s favorite treats are...
Lucian

Lucian

Lucian, along with her partner, came from a failed sanctuary in Texas. We were contacted by a veterinarian for the State of Texas who asked LARC to offer a lifetime home to Lucian and two other wolf-dogs left at a facility outside of Houston. The vet headed to Texas,...
Lavanah

Lavanah

Lavanah came to LARC from the San Diego Department of Animal Control. Can you believe this wolf-dog ended up in a shelter! Just from the photo we can all agree she shouldn’t be living in a backyard in LA-right? LARC works closely with shelters and government agencies...