WolfStone Ranch News and Events


The entire history of WolfStone Ranch is covered in these newsletters, although some of them are much more thorough than others. Unfortunately, I've sometimes had to resort to very brief outlines of what's been happening because I've just been too busy taking care of everything pretty much all by myself! Perhaps one day I'll have time to go back and make a more consistently thorough narration of our history...


Our First Community-Building Experience

This is where to watch for information about when and where we'll be holding our first Community-Building Experience. We'll also be putting information on our WolfStone Ranch Facebook page as well.

Circle of Heroes Performance Schedule

Our first-ever community drum circle will be held on Saturday, 19 October 2019, from noon until 2:00 p.m. at the Veteran's Park, 1430 Perrine Road, Farmington... by the airport and the dog park. The event is FREE. But you will need to bring your own hand drum or percussion instrument.

Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead said, "When we drum together, we create sacred space." Come create some sacred space with us... and enjoy some inner peace, healing and joy!

Our Mission

  • Building a Spiritually-Based, Activist Community around the Ethos of Compassionate Treatment of All Animals
  • Creating an Environment that Supports Healing for All Living Beings
  • Canine & Feline Rescue, Rehabilitation and Adoption Within Our Own Growing Community

Contact us:

WolfStone Ranch
Farmington MO 63640
Email • 573.756.1367

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Please Note

WolfStone Ranch is a small, exclusive facility. We are not a typical shelter open to the general public. We do not accept owner surrenders because we are simply not set up to be that kind of rescue operation. Instead, we are able to take in only a small number of “unadoptable” shelter animals in need of intensive rehabilitation. Once we are able to adopt out one of these animals, we are then able to pull another “unadoptable” animal from one of the local shelters so that they can take in more animals in dire need of rescue. With this in mind, we suggest that you contact the Farmington Pet Adoption Center if you need to relinquish an animal (be it your own pet or a stray you’ve picked up). Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

Links of Interest

Farmington Pet Adoption Center
Humane Society of Missouri
Best Friends Animal Society
KRCU, Public Radio for Southeast Missouri
St. Louis Public Radio News