‘Wolves and Warriors’ focuses on healing, but will it open old wounds?
By Marcy Axness and Patric Hedlund, TME
The first episode of the new show Wolves and Warriors aired on Animal Planet last Saturday, Sept. 1. A good deal of the show is shot at Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC), a wolf and wolfdog hybrid rescue facility that stirred intense neighborhood controversy as it navigated its way through the Ventura County…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
The Ventura County Planning Department held hearings about the permits for LARC to bring in the wolves. Stan McCuen and other neighbors on Curtis Trail objected strenuously, citing the howling coming from LARC that disturbed their families and their animals.
LARC co-founder Lorin Lindner, Ph.D., with veteran Anthony and a rescued wolfdog.
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