Freedom's Song was founded to provide loving sanctuary for wolves and wolfdogs not suitable for home placement. Until the facility is reality, foster arrangements have been and continue to be used to provide loving care for wolfdogs who are eligible for adoption as well as long-term care for those who aren't.
Tseena is a beautiful, friendly girl estimated 18 months old at intake Feb 2013. She is a real love bug. We think she must have had a good home before, and can't help but wonder why her family didn't look for her. She was picked up in an illegal town and held for the regulated stray time. She is very social, rides very well in the car (no drooling!), and walks pretty well on leash. She was already spayed on intake. Regular checkups have always shown her to be in good health. Nothing sweeter than Tseena kisses and hugs
Niko was owner surrendered to Freedom's Song on May 7, 2016. He is a sweet lovebug of a boy who was born Sept 2013 in Oklahoma. We are looking forward to getting to know this awesome little guy.
Keya is a female who in 2012 was found wandering the streets of Norman for weeks and unable to be caught, until finally she was darted. Dana of Pet Angels picked up Keya for us and fostered until we found what was intended to be her forever home. Sometimes things happen beyond one's control, and Keya needed to come back home to Freedom's Song. With help from Texas Wolfdog Project we were able to get Keya back to us May 2015. She is now in foster care.
Female, intake 11.26.15. Estimated age 18-24 months.
Tasha was born in Oklahoma. At 7 months she was put on a 4' chain where she was left until her owner called animal control to come get her 8 months later. She was slated to be euthanized when Freedom's Song was contacted. Tasha was pulled from the OKC Animal Shelter 3/14/15 at 15 months of age.
Our adopted Alumni
Apollo, male, born November 2006
River, female, born May 2010
4103 S 193rd East Ave, Box180
Broken Arrow OK 74014
Freedom's Song was founded in 2005
after the realization of how great the
need was for a wolf sanctuary.
Miss Koda's story was the kick
in the butt to get involved or
stop talking about the need.
so we got involved. It's been a
long haul, with a lot of individual
success stories over the years,
and disappointment that we've
been unable to secure property to
build our facility as originally planned.
Until then, we continue to help the way
we have been, using foster arrangements.