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Wolf People, Cocolalla

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4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • We heard about Wolf People from some friends of ours that live in Coeur d'Alene. We decided to head up for a tour and we are so glad we did! Nancy is great- you can see how much she invests in each wo...  read more »
  • You can certainly criticize the fact that these wolves are in captivity. On the other hand, if they were in the wild in Idaho or Montana they would likely be shot or trapped. They are kept in extremel...  read more »
  • First, this is not a sanctuary. This is a for profit, breeding wolves for the sole purpose of entertainment business. If you want to learn something about the behavior of captive bred wolves and pet a...  read more »
  • I was very pleased to meet Nancy and hear her story. Unfortunately, the wolves were not there. She has been in a legal battle with Fish & Game. She can no longer have the wolves on the property where her business resides. She is a very compassionate woman who has a strong love and commitment to these animals. I wish her well. She needs your help!
  • The people in charge seem so knowledagble and experienced. But most importantly, they seem like people with magnificently beautiful hearts. They love those wolves like human family. And it's special to experience. I'm grateful to be able to connect and see wolves so up close and so seemingly happy. Thank you Wolf People!!!!
  • These are great kind people, in a state that is one of the mosy barbaric towards widllife in the country.
  • While many people are looking for ways to do 'less', the people at Wolf People look for ways to do 'more', not just for the wolves they care for, but for all wolves on the planet. A sacred creature, loved and cared for by humans with massive hearts. A must see if you are going by, and a great recipient of any donations that you may want to send regardless!
  • An amazing experience! Can't wait to go back :)
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