With a new building to furnish, and possibly puppies on the way, we could do with some help! Here is our current list of needs. These can be purchased directly or through Amazon.com. We appreciate the support of all our donors and sponsors. Without your generosity, Wolf Park couldn’t exist!
Check out our Wish List at Amazon.com for additional desires of ours and easy purchasing methods. Remember, if you buy through Amazon Smile and put us down as your charity of choice, a portion of the sales will be donated to our organization.
These supplies are basics for maintaining park buildings and general park cleanliness. They can include cleaning products, garbage bags, paper products, and more.
- Drawer organizer
- Mop heads
- Paper towel holder
- Large, 50-gallon trash bags (“contractors’ bags”)
- Rubber Gloves
- Dish Soap
- Surface Cleaner
- Floor Cleaner
- Toilet Paper
- Paper Towel
These needs are for products that help Wolf Park maintain the facility’s needs. This ranges from enclosure maintenance, general property maintenance, facility upgrades, and beautification projects.
- Extension Cords
- Paver blocks
- Trash Cans with Lids
- Shovels – both spade and snow types
- Plant loppers
- Electric Knife Sharpener
- Weedwhacker string
Animal Husbandry Needs
These needs are specific to basic animal care. Items may include general care supplies, medical supplies, training supplies, and more.
- Wasp spray
- Fly repellent ear cream
- Mosquito dunks
- Clicker Sticks
- Splash Tanks
- Dewormer-medicated Salt Lick
Animal Enrichment Needs
Animal enrichment is an important part of animal care. Enrichment comes in many forms. This includes puzzle games, novel toys, unique scents, and additions to their environment with new tunnels, platforms, and more.
- Fire Hose (Often Donated from Fire Stations)
Meal Items: These items are important for feeding the wolves. Generally, we feed our wolves white-tailed deer, freezer meat donations, and exotic animal specific foods from zoological suppliers. Occasionally, we will have special needs for wolves on special diets.
- Boneless, Skinless Chicken
Treats: These items are non-essential food items for basic needs. We do need these items for working with animals in husbandry and training, but they are not items we feed in high quantity for actual meals. We cannot accept miscellaneous treats as they may upset our animals’ stomachs.
- Cheese – Pepperjack, Colby, cheddar
- Summer Sausage
- Cracked corn
- Sweet Feed
- Unsalted Nuts including Walnuts, Cashews, & Pine Nuts (No Macadamia)
- Dried Fruit (No Raisins)
- Aspen Bedding
- Rabbit Food Pellets – Oxbow or Kaytee adult diet
Many of our educational programs are in need of craft supplies, books, activity devices, and more. Our new Program Coordinator is reassessing our program needs. Check back for more updates later.
We also appreciate gift cards to local businesses where we commonly shop!
Some of our favorite stores are: Fresh Thyme, Petsmart, Pet Supplies Plus, Menards, Lowes, Payless/Kroger, Meijer, Target and Walmart