For Saturday Bookings

For Saturday Bookings

Please schedule below, for any other time please call 855-897-9653 option 1 Learn More Book Tours Online
Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers Needed!

Texas Wolfdog Project is looking for hardworking volunteers! Learn More
Sponsors Needed!

Sponsors Needed!

Help make the difference in the lives of one of our animals! Learn More
Adopt me!

Adopt me!

TWP has many adoptable animals available to qualified homes, check out our animals and review our adoption policy to see if you qualify.

Donate & Sponsor

Donate & Sponsor

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help woofers in need!

Visit the Shelter

Visit the Shelter

Come meet our wonderful animals and learn about Wolfdogs. Tours available by appointment call 855-TWP-WOLF today!

Upcoming Events

Nov
6

Tails and Ales Fundraiser

Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: Kirby Ice House 3333 Eastside St. Houston, TX 77098

Tickets $35.00 per person Brisket or Sausage, baked beans, chips, dessert and 2 well drinks!!! Silent Auction table             Gift Shop Items Come out and meet our Ambassador Wolfdogs Reagan, Beaore and Denali!!

Purchase Tickets here

Latest News

Oct
4

Saturday Tours - Yes we are open to the public !

If you would like to schedule a tour please book here.   For the most up to date information, follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Facebook - TXwolfdogproject Instagram - texaswolfdogproject   Consider donating or sponsoring one of our wonderful wolfdogs. We are 100% volunteer-driven and anyway you can support the rescue, the woofers appreciate you.  

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Spotlight: Two Socks

If you are looking for a goofy looking guy, then ask for me, Two Socks! While I do not actually have two socks, I am a high-content wolfdog and a total ladies man. Before I came to TWP, I was found wandering around an unfenced ranch owned by a kind woman in Bastrop, Texas. She was the one who gave me the name from the movie, Dances with Wolves. I got along with all her animals (dogs, livestock, exotics) and while she wanted to keep me (who could resist my handsome face?), she knew it was best I was sent to a rescue before I would wander to the wrong place and get shot. Don’t let my face fool you! Healed after probably a kick to the face as a puppy, I can still crush bones and meat like any other wolf-dog as well as give nibbles filled with love.

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