How do you rehabilitate them?

How do you rehabilitate them?

The needs and extent of rehabilitation per each rescue is case specific.  There are some rescues that have been rescued from very abusive situations, i.e., used as target practice.  For rescues that are owner turn-ins and have no need for major rehabilitation, they are placed in approved foster homes.  For the hard-cases that have dealt with major trauma, they are brought into the rescue to live with Sam and the wolves.  Living amongst a balanced wolf-dog pack is a key element to getting these guys back on the healing track.  Incorporated within the rehabilitation process is socializing them with people.  At this point, it’s just a matter of time as to how long it will take for the wolf-dog to get re-established mentally, physically and emotionally and the possible trust issues formed due to the above abuse, resolved.  Once the wolf-dog is considered rehabilitated, it is then able to be adopted-out to a private home/family that will continue the care and support, for the animal, for the rest of its life.