Heart warming stuff again from the Dodo Express – Action Against Man-Made Extinction. Check it out, please. Lend them your support…and for just a few more seconds, your ‘likes’
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At Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC), veterans suffering from PTSD are connecting to nature in a way few would expect–bonding with the big, bad wolf.
LARC provides therapy in the form of wolves, wolf-dogs, coyotes, foxes, and Primurine horses. These therapy animals are rescues from terrible living conditions or a threatening environment. The facility spays, neuters, and microchips all of the rescued animals in a fight against the breeding of wildlife in a domestic setting.
With these rescues, packs are formed naturally when individual animals show they are ready to bond with other animals. The bigger the pack, the larger the enclosure they require. LARC is highly sensitive to a pack’s need for space and provides spacious habitats.
LARC employs returning combat veterans to care for traumatized wolves through a program called Warriors and Wolves. The wolves in…
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