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Wildlife Habitat

Shy Wolf Sanctuary is now certified as a wildlife habitat because of conscientious planning, landscaping, and sustainable gardening, wildlife will find quality habitat at the sanctuary – food, water, cover, and places to raise their young. The National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife Program helps people...

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Pet Safety for Fourth of July

Shy Wolf Sanctuary President, Deanna Deppen and Wolfdog Ambassador, Treasure. As we celebrate our country’s independence, let us remember to honor and respect one another. And keep our fur friends safe! More pets are lost on the Fourth of July than any other holiday. ...

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Preparing Pets for a Disaster

PREPARING PETS FOR A DISASTER. Whether you are preparing for a hurricane, tornado, wildfire, or other natural disaster the basics are the same…for humans and pets. We need the essentials of shelter, food and water to survive. There needs to be a plan in place before...

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Wildfires 2017

Wildfires were spreading in Naples and we thought we'd be OK. That was Thursday night 04/20/17. Friday morning, 04/21/17, CCSO deputies came to Shy Wolf Sanctuary and told us we were under mandatory evacuation. We were ordered to relocate all 60 of our exotic animals. Our volunteers were...

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Wildfire pet refugees retreat to Shy Wolf Sanctuary

A wildfire burned over 7,500 of land in collier county. Thankfully, Shy Wolf Sanctuary was safe. But a friend and Naples resident's home was on high alert. When the evacuation notice was issued, Founder Nancy Smith and President Deanna Deppen left at night heading to the...

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Jewish Federation recognizes Nancy and Kent Smith

Shy Wolf Sanctuary Founders, Nancy and Kent Smith, were honored March 7, 2017 by the Jewish Federation of Collier County. The Federation recognized Nancy and Kent for their work to provide sanctuary to exotic animals and to educate the public about the importance of protecting these...

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Native Visions 30th Anniversary Celebration

Native Visions Galleries celebrated 30 years of fine art featuring eight of South Africa’s most world-renowned artists. Our animal ambassadors and handlers attended the four-day event benefitting Shy Wolf Sanctuary. Special Appearances were made by these Native Visions Artists: Mopho Gonde (Botswana), David Langmead (Zimbabwe), Kim Donaldson (Cape Town),...

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New Partnership with Desoto Environmental Learning Lab

Shy Wolf Sanctuary forms new partnerships to benefit animals and education. Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center rescues all varieties of exotic animals. While we specialize in certain species, we extend a helping hand to any that we can accommodate. Most of the time the...

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Viral Video

Many of you have seen a viral video that originated on social media talking about visiting wolves at Shy Wolf Sanctuary.   The animals in the video are not our animals. They are Seacrest Wolf Preserve animals. The video footage was taken by Jon Watson, who...

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Easter Seals Academy
Partnership

Easterseals Academy of Naples, FL and Shy Wolf Sanctuary have formed a new partnership. Academy students did an amazing job putting together our 2016 holiday mailer. They folded, stuffed and sealed almost 5,000 cards and envelopes, AND finished the project by deadline! When we picked up...

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