(ANIMAL RESCUE) After being seized by authorities from a roadside zoo as evidence in an ongoing criminal investigation and scheduled for euthanization, 29 wolf dogs were rescued and relocated to an animal rescue center. Take a look at the wolf dogs adjusting to their new lives at the Lockwood Valley Animal Rescue Center in Southern California. — Global Animal
Three of 29 wolf dogs that were relocated to the Lockwood Valley Animal Rescue Center in the Los Padres National Forest after they were seized from a roadside attraction near Anchorage, Alaska. Photo Credit: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times

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  1. great job guys! Put it out there to the global community of trainers and behaviorists and see if you can get any study grants to help with funding your project. Your sanctuary would be a mine of information on the study and observation of canid behavior. Good luck and I really hope that all your beautiful wonderful wolf dogs can now have a happy life with you.