Mid Content Wolfdog
Sequoia was captured by Animal Control in Utah after she had escaped her poor containment one too many times. She had landed in the pound as an 8 week old puppy and again at 16 months old. Animal Control officers refused to allow her to go back to an owner that couldn't properly care for or contain the wolfdog. By the time we got the notification that she needed a home they were about to euthanize her. When they received our call to say yes we could take her they literally pulled her from the gas chamber. A wonderful wildlife rehabilitator in UT stepped up to house her for a few days and then brought her to Colorado.
We had originally intended to foster her until the right permanent placement could be found, however, she failed two separate behavioral evaluations and clearly has trust issues that would make adoption difficult. Sequoia has severe fear biting issues that we continue to work through. She is also intensely fearful of humans. While she doesn't seem to have been abused in any way, her fearfulness is most likely due in part to poor socialization or poor breeding . As Sequoia is not pet material she has taken up permanent residency at the sanctuary with Tacoma.
Please sponsor Sequoia 2 Remember it costs $4.00 per day to care for her. An Honorary Animal Sponsorship is just $25.