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PROJECTS

Check out some of our upcoming work in the field  and the efforts of our team for the animals. 

This spring, the PHP team traveled to Arizona to bring a veterinary care MASH unit ot the wolf dogs at this needy facility. In cooperation with Plan B for Wolves, 25 animals were spayed/neutered, vaccinated, received exams, dentistry, lab work, deworming, and treatment for underlying disease. Our team constructed three tents on-site, building a mobile hospital overnight. The animals were darted and brought in by the Veterans for assessment and triage. By performing this work on-site, we were able to treat a far greater number of animals over a shorter period of time than if each animal were to be individually captured and transported. More importantly, we avoided the stress and risk associated with transport, allowing them to recover quickly under observation and return to their packs. Missions like these are fundamental to lifetime care for the animals we help to rescue. Working cooperatively with other sanctuary and rescue groups allows us to expand our impact - and that of our donors - to help more animals and provide more opportunity for our Veteran teams.

Mission to Eagle Tail Mountain
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Recent Rescues

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Strider, Max, Rogue, Meela, Big Bear Nine.....
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upcoming large-scale rescue

Our team is actively preparing for a large-scale wolf rescue in support of local and state law enforcement to remove at-risk animals from a dangerous situation. The animals will receive veterinary assessment and care and be safely transported by our Veterans to new homes at sanctuaries throughout the US. 

Veterinary Missions

Predator Healing Project has sponsored the veterinary care of many animals this year, improving quality of life and helping animals heal. 

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