What is the Solution?
"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make." Jane Goodall
That's where Plan B comes in to help—through our rescue efforts and collaboration across multiple channels focused on saving the lives of wolf dogs.
Plan B believes the solution lies in an alliance among rescues/sanctuaries, private owners, and reputable breeders. Bringing the respective parties to the table together to agree on the definitions, the standards for quality of care, committing to education and awareness, serving as watchdogs to report abuse, neglect, and more, and working with state legislations to agree on a definition and recognition of wolf dogs as a breed are all necessary to secure the future of wolf dogs who have no place to turn.
Plan B will be working on this initiative with a very ambitious three to five-year strategic plan that includes developing the advisory council, a national alliance for wolf dogs, maintaining the Emergency Response Fund, creating wolf dog waystations across the country for the temporary rescue of wolf dogs about to be euthanized and proprietary software to track adoptable and adopted wolf dogs across the U.S.