Wolves & Warriors


Like the wolf pack, our service men and women epitomize the best of our nature…ensuring the safety and survival of all.  Nature's Path Healing Center wishes to invite all those serving or who have served our country to the ranch, Freedom, as a thank you for protecting ours. Allow us to share our gratitude with a big ole sloppy unforgettable lick of appreciation from the Shadowland Foundation Wolves.


We know from experience that when a wolf looks into your eyes, they see who you really are. We invite all Vets to come and spend time with our wolf ambassadors. Let the wolves lend an unconditional and non-judgmental ear to those who have seen, witnessed and survived the unspeakable. With gratitude, we reach out to Vets, their families and friends to let them know the wolves are here and willing to hear you.

What Wolves & Warriors Have In Common:

  • Loyalty and devotion is routine, not the exception.

  • Strict discipline and exemplary leadership ensures the survival of the pack.

  • The Wolf Pack is unsurpassed by its unity of purpose and diversity of skills that make each member invaluable and indispensable.

  • What they lack in size, they outperform in solidarity and endurance.

  • And in the Wolfpack…everybody eats…no one is left behind.


With pride, we honor all Veterans for demonstrating these qualities and the sacrifices they have made in the name of honor and country; from the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank Veterans and those currently serving here and abroad.


As wild animals, wolves cannot be certified as "Service Animals", however, as the original canines, the Shadowland Foundation Wolf Pack exibit the higest loyalty, sensitivity and dedication to serve those who have served us so valiantly.


"I have PTSD and the wolves seem to know it. When I'm with them I get a sense of peace and calm and Alaska stays by my side. I love these wolves."             
 -James Roberts USAF