Founded in 1999, the Wolf Conservation Center in Salem, NY promotes wolf conservation by teaching about wolves, their relationship to the environment, and the human role in protecting their future. As part of that program, The Ambassador Wolves are integral in helping people learn more about wolves, their valuable role in the environment, and how to protect their future in the wild.
“They [the Ambassador Wolves] are all doing very well on Dasuquin,” said Rebecca Bose, Curator of the Wolf Conservation Center. “Dasuquin has improved their quality of life.” Ms. Bose works with the Ambassador Wolves, including Lukas, pictured above, to help promote wolf conservation through numerous educational programs.
Ambassador Wolves are very active in their Salem community; in fact, some even travel to visit local schools, museums and nature centers. Like Lukas, most of the Ambassador Wolves are over the age of ten, so joint health is very important to them. Some have had previous joint issues, but since August 2008 all of the older Ambassador Wolves are doing well with Dasuquin.
Dasuquin provides the wolves with Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and ASU, ingredients to help maintain healthy joints. Because they stay active, Lukas and the other Ambassador Wolves will be able to keep spreading the word about the wolves’ valuable role in the environment. Now that’s something to howl about!
The Wolf Conservation Center has received support from time to time from Nutramax Laboratories, Inc.