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3 thoughts on “Howl In at the Full Moon Farm

  1. shelby collins

    Visited the Full Moon
    Wolf Farm on July 7–these are beautiful, majestic animals. Loved this experience. Will be back !!!

  2. jerry collins

    wonderful organization. I was surprised that the surrounding towns didn’t support it more.

  3. wolfmommy

    Thank you Lauren for the beautiful pictures and positive piece.

    We, Full Moon Farm, Inc., is a NC not for profit as well as a 501 ( c ) 3 federally recognized non profit, and are 10 years old.

    We are in need of volunteers – to help with animal care, administrative, fence building, grant writing, and more. We are in need of tax deductible donations, as we have 74 animals in our care, as a sanctuary, and do not generate income from adoption fees, (we do not adopt out animals), no income from exhibiting, (we are not open to the public, except for out once a month Howl In’s, which there is no charge to attend) and we are in need folks who want to know the truth about wolfdogs – the ‘myth-understood’ canine.

    Please mark your calendars for August 4th, at 3:00 p.m. our next Howl In. You may email me, for an appointment for an alternative visit date.

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