I thought it was going to be bigger with far more wolves or partial content. It was still fun and worth doing for sure. I would classify it more as an attraction than a sanctuary.
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About Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary
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Our tour guide Kara was very knowledgeable and gave countless cool factoids about the high and low content wolf dogs at the sanctuary. If you're reading this it means you're considering a trip, so book in advance! Book the full $50 interpretive tour. You go...More
Absolutely amazing place. Would defiantly recommend, staff were friendly and informative, they clearly knew what they were doing and cared for each individual wolf dog. The sanctuary was small but you were able to get very close to the wolves and if you go at...More
Have followed this Sanctuary on FB for a few years. Did the Interactive Tour with a wonderful guide who provided non stop details of the sanctuary. Opportunity to meet & feed High content Wolfdogs. I felt very safe with the dogs. With the Low content...More
First stop on our Travel Marvel bus stop. And i have to say it was brilliant educational and very informative. Yes its odd for the dogs 🐶🐕🐶 but given the circumstances it is the best place for them. Keep up the good work. Told son...More
Saw the brochure for this place and had to check it out. Very informative, helpful and knowledgeable staff doing a tough job. The wolfdogs are well cared for in as natural an environment they could have. Dogs are all paired off in "packs," much as...More
The wolfdog sanctury waa chosen as a fill in the last day of our Canadian holiday. I think it was one of the mist uplifting experiences to hear about how wolf dogs are being cared for by the sanctury and how badly they are treayed...More
We did the Intro Tour, and learnt a lot about wolfdogs from the visit to the Sanctuary (As someone from a city in the tropics, they're aren't stuff we hear about much). I do wish we had gone for the Interactive Tour, but it was...More
The sanctuary is about a 45 minute drive from Canmore, through some exquisite scenery. We arrived about an hour early for our tour. We walked through the beautiful sanctuary and visited all the packs. The setting with birch trees is really nice. Some of the...More