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Woofer-of-the-Week: Robbie

Meet Robbie. Robbie is a 9-month-old little guy who has been through a lot so far just in his short life.  He is our latest Woofer-of-the-Week, and we are proud to showcase him. Robbie came to us late last week extremely malnourished so he is in the process of putting some meat on those bones […]

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Learn the Plight of the Wolf-Dogs

We’re thrilled to announce that we have another exciting animal communication event coming up with Cathy Currea of Animal Muse! This event is also a fund raiser for us so please join Sam, Kenny, Duke and Timber on the 19th of November and learn about the plight of the wolf dog.  We look forward to […]

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Good Search: For the Good of Wolves

We are now signed up through Good Search!  Please use Good Search as your favorite search engine and help support wolves and wolf rescue at the same time. So much good can be had when you search using Good Search.  Keep the love flowing! Thank you!

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Where Does Your County Stand

Do you know where your county stands in the way of Animal Control’s ordinances concerning wolf hybrids/wolf-dogs? “Wild animal” means any of the following: 1. Following members of the Class Reptilia: Order Ophidia (such as, but not limited to, racers, boas, water snakes and pythons) over eight (8) feet in length; and Order Loricata (such […]

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Farewell, Kiara

This post is in memory of Kiara, Cory and Betty’s beloved companion, who passed away last week suddenly. Time is a resource that many of us would love to replicate especially when it comes to the passing of a loved one.  But, time is time making every moment we’re given, an extraordinary gift. Kiara was […]

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Dorothy Hearst on Amazon

Dorothy Hearst, author of “Secrets of the Wolves” and “Promise of the Wolves” is offering part of the proceeds received from the sales of her books through Amazon to Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoptions. If you’re interested in cozying-up to a nice fire this upcoming fall and winter season with a good read in […]

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Howls of Thanks to: Maidu Museum!

  We would like to extend many howls-of-thanks to the Maidu Museum for their graciousness in allowing us to be a regular, on-site event. We enjoy being able to interact with the many individuals that partake in all that the museum has to offer, teaching them about true wolf behavior. “The Maidu Museum & Historic […]

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Apple Hill in Full-Bloom

We are excited to be back at Apple Hill this year, so please come by and check us out.  Our location is either close to the fishing pond or to the left of the pond where the pony ride is.  You’ll see us though 🙂 We look forward to answering any questions you may have […]

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Woofer-of-the-Week: Zero

We received a new rescue who is looking for his new forever home, and he is our “Woofer-of-the-Week”!  His name is Zero.  If you would like information on this adorable little guy, check out his page.

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Thank You: Guy & Donna!

From the Pack: Loud and vivacious “howls of thanks” go out to Guy Auxer and Donna Rolls of Liberty Firearms Training for your extremely generous donation! We so appreciate your support–and friendship!  Your generosity of spirit and your ongoing kindness overwhelms us.  Thank you!  Thank you! Please support Liberty Firearms Training. They’re truly wonderful people! […]

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Thank You: Suzie Scales

The pack would like to send out a “Thank You Howl” to Ms. Suzie Scales for her donation that she placed, on behalf of Elaine Taylor, in memory of Elaine’s son, Kevin. We are deeply honored that you chose to support us and allow us to memorialize Kevin’s memory. AAAUUUUUUU!

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Stocking Our Shirts At…

…The Veil Between Heaven and Earth bookstore in Berkeley, California. We would like to enthusiastically show our warmest regards and gratitude to The Veil Between Heaven and Earth for stocking our shirts on their shelves!  It means a great deal to us to receive such support! If you’re in Berkeley and want to check out […]

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Donations: Our Mainstay

Timber: In order to be able to romp, play, eat and be safe, it takes donations. Most people think that if they cannot donate a substantial amount, why bother.  That’s the wrong mindset, however, as every little bit helps and goes a long way into taking care of us here at Never Cry Wolf Rescue, […]

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Apple Hill, Here We Come!

We are thrilled to be starting another season at Apple Hill starting on September 10, 2011 at 10 a.m.! If you would like to meet members of our pack, please come by and talk with us in between eating the glorious apple pie of course 😉  We would love to talk with you and answer […]

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Upcoming Fundraiser

We have an upcoming fundraiser that we would like to share with you. It’s called “Animal Communication with Wolf Dogs”. This event hosted by Cathy Currea of Animal Muse will give you the opportunity to learn a new language:  The language of the wolf. During the event, you will also have the opportunity of meeting […]

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Meet Author Dorothy Hearst and the Pack

Meet Dorothy Hearst, author of “Secrets of the Wolves” and “Promise of the Wolves”.  She will be at an event along with Sam and members of the pack on Sunday, the 14th of August. Make sure to click the links above for more detailed information. The wolves would love to meet you so come on […]

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Radio Speak

Listen to Sam Blake, Founder of Never Cry Wolf Rescue here on animalstodayradio.com  

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Turn the Tide

Help us, help Jack including all the wolves and wolf-dogs nationwide by making your voice heard! We are working hard at posting anti-wolf legislation, on our website, as fast as we hear about it.  How you can help is by placing a comment under the article declaring your disdain for such barbaric yet condoned methods […]

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Cross-Postings

We added a cross-posting section under our Adoptions page.  This section is dedicated to spreading the word that there are many wolf-dogs who are in need of a new home ASAP. Many people contact us wanting to relinquish their animal to us.  Due to  space restrictions, however, we are only allowed to have a certain […]

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Idaho Wolves: Marked for Death

Defenders of Wildlife are on the case of trying to stop anti-wolf legislation, as well as, educating us, the people, on just what legislative turns are being taken to eradicate our wolf population.  Read this article. As far as we’re concerned, if Congress thinks they have the right to dictate which animals have the right […]

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Sponsor Howls!

We are sending out an AAAUUU to our newest sponsor:  Dogz Kennels!  If you want to secure your wolf, wolf-dog or whatever breed of dog you have, and you need the toughest kennel you can find, check out Dogz Kennels. Check out some impressive features that they call “standard” (they’ve definitely raised the bar, as […]

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Waiting List Protocol

Currently, we have a long waiting list for people—public and private—that need to relinquish their wolves and/or wolf-dogs to NCWR&A in hopes of placing them into a new home. We’ve been rescuing now for many years and one way that helps us decipher who is serious about finding their wolf-dog a new home and who […]

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Endangered Grays

Montana is in our cross-hairs as we spotlight Montana’s policy on wolf hunting this June 2011, which doesn’t bode well for the gray wolf. If you’ve been following the tides of blogs and newspaper columns concerning legislators delisting the gray wolves from the endangered species list, you’ll probably know that Montana (sadly, not the only […]

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Reflective Hearts

Gary & Kelli Spandl of White Wolf Gallery is the creator of some extraordinary pieces of jewelry that reflect the spirit of the wolf and capture their essence. So, if you would like to be a caretaker of one of our Ambassador’s hearts, displaying the heart of the wolf with you wherever life takes you, […]

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Special Offer!

For the remainder of May through June, we are offering a special advertising offer to those who make monetary donations! If you make a monetary donation in the amount of $100 or more, we will not only spotlight you on our Facebook page for a full week but we’ll also throw-up a special post on […]

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Woofer of the Week

Check back with us for new critters who need a forever home each week.

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Special Thanks!!

We have a special thank you to Guy Auxer and Donna Kleinfeldt-Rolls of Liberty Firearms Training! Guy and Donna have been volunteers and friends of Never Cry Wolf Rescue for many years, and they came through again for us last Sunday when they covered all expenses for Dante during this final moments with us. It’s […]

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A Vital Beat – Passed

One of the vital beats that make up the heartbeat of Never Cry Wolf Rescue & Adoptions, passed on this past Sunday, the 15th of May. His name was Dante. Dante was a charismatic, old soul who charmed each and every person that had the opportunity to meet him. Through his charm and grace, people […]

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Howls of Thanks to: Our Buddies

From the pack: We’d like to thank Chief, Mark, Guy, Nicole, Hillary, Melody and Melissa for always giving us 110%!  We love you and send big, wet, sloppy wolf kisses to you–and howls, of course. Thank you for always caring for us, spending time with us and helping Sam take care of us. Howls of […]

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Howls of Thanks to: Cathy of Animal Muse

From the pack: Thank you howls, Cathy, for your generosity of spirit during the event: Animal Communication with Wolves! We had a great time! Howls and sloppy wolf kisses from all of us, the Ambassadors, of NCWR&A

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Howls of Thanks to: Danielle!

From the Pack: Thank you for always being there for us, Danielle!  You work tirelessly getting the word out that NCWR&A runs 100% on donations in order to feed us, take care of our medical needs and all things for our care in general. We love you and send your way many howls of thanks […]

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Howls of Thanks to: Cory and Betty!

From the Pack: Cory and Betty have just been priceless to Never Cry Wolf Rescue & Adoptions!  They’ve been with us for many years–always giving 110% of themselves.  They help us help the kids and take care of us during events.  There are just not enough words, or in our case, howls, to express our […]

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Jessie Riggs – Woodland, California

I’ve been an active volunteer for a short while compared to other folks who have had this wonderful opportunity much longer than myself. It is always a very special treat for me to have the chance to speak out for the wolves, on behalf of Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoptions, whether it’s in-person at […]

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Aren’t wolves responsible for the decimation of livestock?

Wolf Predation Plays Small Role in Livestock Losses in 2005 [checklist] In the continental U.S., health issues such as respiratory problems, digestive problems, calving complications and disease were overwhelmingly the most significant causes of cattle death in 2005. Only 0.11% of all cattle losses were due to wolf predation in 2005. Coyotes killed more than […]

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Can you look a wolf in the eye?

Yes, you can.  We do all of the time whether it’s a new member coming in to the pack or an existing member that has been with us a long time.  Wolves are very loyal, loving, affectionate creatures.  To look them in the eye, is to receive a gift… the gift of a reflection of […]

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Do wolves howl at the moon?

Wolves do not howl because the moon is out. Wolves howl for many reasons. Some of these reasons are known and others are still unknown to man. A partial list of why they howl is as follows: [checklist] To locate their pack members To locate members of other packs To confront other wolves Happy howling […]

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Are they called ‘wolf-dogs’ or ‘wolf-hybrids’?

Dogs and wolves are both members of the same species. Generally, a “hybrid” refers to a blending of one or more species. Since dogs and wolves are of the same species, they are classified as “wolf-dogs”. However, most people still refer to them as “wolf-hybrids”.

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What do the donations go towards?

All donations go to the wolves for their food, medical needs, and any other needs that arise with regards to their care and upkeep, as well as, maintaining our 501(c)(3) status, i.e., facility maintenance, insurance, etc.

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How can you tell the difference between a wolf and a dog?

The difference between a wolf and a dog are vast depending on the breed of a dog.  However, the Northern breeds such as Malamutes and Huskies that come somewhat close to the physical appearance of wolves can be differentiated by their looks, their mannerisms, the way they move to how they sound.  A simple list […]

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Can just anyone adopt a wolf?

No.  Not just anyone can adopt a wolf-dog.  There is a list of requirements that potential owners must meet.  Wolf-dogs should never be adopted out to personalities who want a “great attack dog”, a dog that is a “good fighter” or just because “they look cool”.

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