|Our Guide with New Guinea Singing Dog|
The Sanctuary tries real hard to pair the animals with a mate and watch them closely to see how they react with each other and work to make sure they are content, either alone or with a mate.
Among the different types of animals they have, besides the wolf-dog, are New Guinea Singing Dogs, a fox, coyote, Australian dingo, Huskies, and even wolves.
To get to the sanctuary was an hours drive from Grants down Hwy 53, then two other turns, the last one a 4-mile dirt washboard road, which seemed to beat the truck to death (and us).
The animals eat raw meat, which is donated by Sysco Foods, Roadrunner foodbank, and a New Mexico butcher. They have a freezer to store the raw meat so it does not go to waste, as most of the meat they receive is at the end of its "good til" date.
There were lots of fun and happy stories about the different animals who love their mates, have lost their mates, and found new loves. There were also some that came together from the same horrid conditions, but now have peace.