Experience the
majestic and wild
nature of wolfdogs

WELCOME TO Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary
Located in alberta, Canada

Yamnuska Wolfdog walking in the sanctuary enclosure in alberta canada.

Visit our wolfdogs through one our tour options

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary offers a variety of tours to the public. The purpose of our tours is to educate the public on wolfdogs and raise awareness regarding wolf conservation. All proceeds from the tours directly fund the Sanctuary and its continued rescue efforts.

Open Hours:

Thursday - Monday, 10am - 5pm
(closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays)


263156 Range Road 53, Rocky View County, AB, Canada view map

The Yamnuska Mission

Driving wolfdog awareness and education

We are a non-profit Sanctuary dedicated to driving awareness and education surrounding wolfdog ownership. Our passionate group of animal lovers delivers educational programs, informational resources and assists in homing wolfdogs that have been neglected, abandoned, or otherwise displaced. Located near Cochrane, Alberta on 160 acres of land, our Sanctuary currently has a total of 34 permanent wolfdogs! 

About Yamnuska

News and Events

What's happening at the Sanctuary

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Meet our pack


This beautiful, shy girl is an upper-mid content wolfdog from Oklahoma. She was transferred to us when her owners could no longer care for her.


Born in a private wolf facility in Saskatchewan, Kuna is a high-content wolfdog who is smart, independent and very stubborn!


Lovingly referred to as “our grumpy old man”, Zeus is a high-content wolfdog who is the alpha male in our Yamnuska Pack.

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How to support our pack

As a non-profit dedicated to caring for our wolfdogs and driving education, we rely on our generous community to support us. There’s a variety of ways that you can help support us, please explore one that might fit you.

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