Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary

I’ve been dying to go to the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary for a very long time now, so I thought ‘Eh, why not!’. Nicole and I purchased our tickets during the week. We opted for the Interactive Tour so we could get some up close and personal time with some of the Wolfdogs. The Interactive Tour takes you through two enclosures. Yamnuska – which carries High Content Wolfdogs (more wolf, then dog in them). Cascade – Low Content Wolfdogs (more dog, then wolf). We were given an abundance of rad facts and knowledge about the Wolfdogs. These beauties are so gorgeous and fluffy. It was a great experience, I would suggest this tour to anyone (who loves big dogs hehe). Once you are done the Interactive Tour, you can spend as much time as you want going through the Sanctuary to check out some of the other locals. The sanctuary runs a few ‘shows’ at certain enclosures, that are pretty neat to watch!

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is a non profit organization. All proceeds from tickets purchased and any merchandise sold inside the gift shop goes directly to the sanctuary. If you are scared of big dogs – THIS TOUR IS NOT FOR YOU.

Kuna (high content – Alpha female of the Yamnuska Pack) :

Nova (high content – Yamnuska pack) :

Loki and Nikki (low content – Cascade Pack) :

Rango (high content Coydog) :

Here is a baby 1 week old goat, with a tiny knit sweater on. My heart melted and I gawked over him longer then I should have haha.

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I decided to drive up highway 1A before heading back home. We drove to Ghost Lake and watched a couple dudes rip on a Yammy out on the lake, it was pretty rad!

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