We will have our usual visitation and workday this Saturday. We always need help walking the woofers, cleaning their enclosures and working on the perimeter fence.
Saturday, 5/14, we will have our regularly scheduled visitation and workday. We will walk the woofers and continue working on the perimeter fence. We also have a few new pack members for you to come out and meet.
We will have our usual scheduled visitation/workday-Saturday.
For those of you, who were planning to come see General one last time, his departure time changed and he will already be gone.
Look who is getting adopted. General will be heading to Colorado next weekend. This is bitter sweet, but we are so happy he is going to a home.
We will have our regular scheduled visitation and workday this weekend. The weather is not looking to be on our side, but there is always hope. Feel free to drop us a message on Facebook, to check on the weather in our area. Also, General will be leaving us very soon for his forever home.
Check out this pic of General from when we first brought him to the rescue a little over 2 years ago.
We will have our regular scheduled visitation and work day. With all the rain the woofers are ready to get out and get some exercise, so we need your help with walking the woofers and cleaning up the enclosures. It will probably be to muddy to work on the perimeter fence.
We will have our regular scheduled visitation and work day. We need help Walking the woofers and working on the perimeter fence.
Texas Wolfdog Project will be hosting another educational seminar in the very near future. We will post the event day once it has been scheduled.
Food and drinks will be provided
Identification and Phenotyping: So you think your dog is part wolf?
Our goal is to help educate private owners and shelters on the process of breaking down traits to avoid misrepresentation and mislabeling of dogs and to help properly identify suspected wolfdog crosses.
We have a limited number of chairs, so please bring your own chair if you would like to sit for the presentation.
Asher came to us from Ohio where his owners could no longer care for him due to them having to move. Asher is seven years old and while a bit timid he warms up very quickly and really enjoys his back scratches and going on walks with his favorite humans. Asher is available for adoption to experienced owners, check out his profile on our adoption page and stay tuned for more updates.View Asher