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Julieanne

Meet Julieanne, a Madagascar ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) who moved to Shy Wolf Sanctuary in December 2015 with her best friend Koopa the Kinkajou. She was approximately 1 year old at the time and had spent the last 8 months exclusively living with Koopa as...

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Koopa

The Kinkajou (Potos flavus) is a rainforest mammal of the family Procyanidae and is also known as the “honey bear”. They may live up to 40 years in captivity. Native to Central and South America, it is arboreal and rarely seen by people unless hunted...

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Jasper

In mid-summer 2015, Founder Nancy Smith was contacted by a couple who were seeking advice on rearing a wolfdog puppy they had purchased in North Carolina. The pup loved their shepherds, but they were already the third home for it (due to a failed prior...

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Lola

How did an Australian Dingo come to be in Florida…AND in rescue? It’s simple…people! Six pups were sent from a Dingo Recovery program to the United States. Two ended up with a couple in Florida. The man had come from Australia and wanted some of...

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girly

Girly

Girly came to Shy Wolf Sanctuary at about eight months of age from a wildlife rehab in Tennessee.  Girly was found as a young pup floating in a river with the umbilical cord still attached and originally was named Ms. Growly Pants for her habit...

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ernie

Prairie Dogs

Prairie Dogs are small rodents native to the western United States and generally weigh 1-3 lbs and are about 12-16 inches long. They are called a Prairie Dog because they live in the prairies and can bark like a dog. They dig burrows in the...

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Cimarron

Florida Panther, Puma, Cougar, Catamount, Painter, Screamer, Mountain Lion...

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Chatima

Chatima

In early summer of 2010, Shy Wolf Sanctuary was able to provide a home to four, 3-week old pure wolf puppies born “accidentally” at another facility. We gladly welcomed Misun (the only male), Maraya (the only black one), Chatima, and Namid. When the pups were...

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