The Anglian Wolf Society is now closed for memberships and visits.

We have spent nearly seventeen wonderful years introducing thousands of people to our five hand-raised wolves and raising over £38,000 (and still rising!) for Eastern European wolf conservation projects. The last of our five hand-raised wolves died after a brief illness on Monday December 19th 2016.

The Society's two directors, Phil Watson and Caroline Elliott are still both active in wolf and canine matters.

Please see our facebook page for more information.

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Caroline's knowledge of the practical care and wefare of captive wolves and conservation matters is second to none and she is in demand as a speaker and consultant. At the moment, she is planning to continue being fully involved with care and conservation work.

Phil has a work-based Post Graduate Certificate in Canine Behaviour and Dog Training from Middlesex University. With over 30 years experience of training and working with animals of all sorts, Phil is Britain's foremost expert on dog and wolf behaviour and very much the go-to person on these subjects.

WALKING WITH WOLVES: If you see this advertised, please be careful. Check that the animals are not dogs or dog-wolf hybrids (each pure wolf DOES have its own CITES certificate from DEFRA, hybrids CAN'T have one - no if's no buts; ask to see it). The only other place we know of in Britain currently offering walks with genuine wolves is the UKWCT at Beenham. Be assured, we will continue to monitor this situation and report any false advertising we come across to the Trading Standards Authorities.

Click here for information on the Balkan Wildlife Society whom we support:

For dog behaviour problems and training click here to visit Phil's website:

AWS Dog Training

If you need to contact us:

The Anglian Wolf Society, 24 Bedford Road, Wootton MK43 9JT (This is NOT our site address)
0844 414 2120

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Disclaimers :
  • We do not breed or supply "pet" wolves or wolf-dogs. Never did; never will.


  • All the wolves in the care of the Anglian Wolf Society were owned by the Society and were never at any time owned or kept by any nearby resident. Ownership of the wolves has never been in dispute in any way or at any time. No nearby resident or any relation of any nearby resident holds or has ever held any position or office within the Society.