I'm not sure how things work if you go for a guided tour as we attended their Open Day which was designed to let people learn of their wonderful work. The sanctuary is very clean and well maintained. The animals are beautiful, well cared for and loved. The staff and volunteers are all dedicated to the sanctuary's mission.
The plaques and signs in front of the pens make it easy to learn about the animals that are there and help you understand the differences between wolves, wolf dogs and dogs. All of the "residents" were visible and several were walked around on a a leash.
I think this would be a great learning experience for any group looking to take a field trip, especially a school class ,the boy or girl scouts, or an adult group. Special arrangements would need to be made before hand. Admission was a requested donation of $5 for adults and $2 for children (this was for the Open Day). It was a small amount to pay towards helping fun their great work.
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