Introduction & Lesson From Wolves
What teenagers can learn from Wolves
Back in June of 2016, the Teendemy team took a trip down to New Mexico to record some content and get courses. One place in particular that we were able to visit was the Wild Spirit Wolf Sancutary, which rescues wild animals and hosts them for indefinite periods of time.
We got to interact with the wolves, and we found ourselves learning a ton from the wolves themselves in how they interacted with others, and more.
Immediately, we knew we had to get a course on this, and we are so grateful that Leyton agreed to shoot some videos with us on what teenagers can learn exactly from wolves and wolf packs.
This course focuses on certain lessons that you as a teenager can take away, and its shot inside of the cages at the Sanctuary itself, so you'll get to see Leyton petting wolves, as well as wolves roaming around in the shoot.
We're so excited to share this course with you, and hopefully, it impacts you just as much as it impacted us.
Leyton Jay Cougar, also known as the Wolf Daddy, is the Executive Director of the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary. Leyton got that title from the many (nearly 4 hundred) wolves that he has rescued over the past two decades. He has raised from puppies around 20 or so wolves, most of which were with him for their entire life. Today his Sanctuary houses around 80 wolves, including 5 of the rarest dogs on planet earth, the New Guinea Singing Dogs and one little Red fFox.
Leyton's life is dedicated to the rescue of captive bred wolves that have been sold or displaced through the exotic pet industry. His motto is "Wild Animal Are Not Pets".