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£19 instead of £39 for a three-hour wolf encounter experience for one person at The Anglian Wolf Society, North Bedfordshire at Wowcher
£19 instead of £39 for a three-hour wolf encounter experience for one person at The Anglian Wolf Society, North Bedfordshire at Wowcher

£19 instead of £39 for a three-hour wolf encounter experience for one person at The Anglian Wolf Society, North Bedfordshire at Wowcher

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Having worked with wolves for a number of years, I can highly recommend meeting them - they are incredible animals and anyone who is interested can not help but be impressed up close.

The wolves you will meet are socialised, they are not tame - there is a difference.

You need to buy in next 3 days, but can redeem on selected days until 14th May 2017.

Based in North Bedfordshire, The Anglian Wolf Society is a non-profit organisation that's dedicated to the conservation and protection of wolves worldwide. This is the opportunity to support their sanctuary and meet two of their beautiful wolves. You'll get up close and personal to take photos of them whilst a knowledgeable member of staff tells you all about the conservation efforts of the team, and if you want some more animal love, there'll also be owls, rats, hedgehogs, rabbits, African land snails, snakes and lizards to meet and hold! With educational games for children, refreshments and a gift shop on-site, this is an encounter not to be missed. The Anglian Wolf Society is not open to the general public.

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Mother in law's Christmas present sorted. Wonder if they will be hungry...

Isn't the Anglian wolf just a double glazing salesman?

Was interested in this as a gift but for someone who would be using public transport and they say their address is wrong but they wont tell you where it is until you book. That makes it look fraudulent to me - not saying it is but really puts me off.

So £19 to pat a dog?

Original Poster

Buzzard - this is not fraudulent, they do good fundraising work to support European Charities
Their website - anglianwolf.com/
This is where they are - https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Anglian+Wolf+Sanctuary/@52.1553963,-0.5814408,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x4877afd7d44bc947:0x9448cbf49cad3a90!8m2!3d52.155393!4d-0.5792468
Not sure why they do not say on Wowcher, as you can just put it into Google Maps - I can confirm the location, as I have been there.

Craig - they are not dogs... socialised, not tame, and there are some you can not interact with. The same is true of the UK Wolf Conservation Trust near Reading.
See if you can find someone who has a Czechoslovakian Wolf Dog - some of them look similar but are dogs if that is what you would prefer
Edited by: "cinimodee" 25th Oct 2016

cinimodee they explicitly say on their website that the google address is wrong. Now maybe they have moved since you went, maybe not but I'm not booking a visit for someone and then finding out they cant get there without expensive taxis.

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Hi, Buzzard - yup - the Anglian Wolf Society Limited turns out at the post office, which would not be a good place to keep wolves...
The location I sent on Google map was correct as of a few months ago and to move them would be difficult - the infrastructure required is highly regulated as is the insurance and local authority permits. No worries though - it is your choice....
I can also highly recommend Howletts wildlife park, and you can Glamp right next to the wolves.

My son would love to do this, he's only 7 bless him, but is obsessed with wolves at the minute. Do you think he would enjoy it? It's a bit of a treck, 3 hours from me, but I could turn it into a weekend at my mums which is an hour away from there.

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Melissa - the UK Wolf Conservation Trust near Reading may be a better place for you? ukwolf.org

cinimodee

Melissa - the UK Wolf Conservation Trust near Reading may be a better … Melissa - the UK Wolf Conservation Trust near Reading may be a better place for you? http://www.ukwolf.org



Thanks, just checked and that one's even further away! Do you think this would be suitable for him?

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Hi Melissa

This is from their website;
We regret that children under seven years old are not permitted to visit our site or attend
our activities. Children between 7 and 14 years of age may visit our site but may not interact
with our wolves.

Hope that helps you
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