HuskyRomi is a non-profit organization providing a safe haven for abandoned and abused huskies and wolves in South Africa. We provide a home to all huskies and wolves that can’t be kept as pets because of their complicated nature. Many of the animals arrive in a poor condition, some not even knowing what grass is. They are rehabilitated with loving care by Larry Paul. This website was started to provide support to the HuskyRomi project and to promote the protection of wolves and other wildlife. The sanctuary is open for the public to come and learn about wolves. We do appreciate donations and sponsorship for the buying of food, for veterinary bills and doing maintenance to the enclosures.

We currently take care of more than 300 animals consisting of huskies, wolves and hybrids in 58 enclosures.


What are you willing to give up for the animals? HuskyRomi is challenging you to live healthier all in aid for the wolves howling in the Free State. We’ve had a tough time these past couple of months and with your help, we can turn it all around for the better 🐺

Glenda and Jeandre are giving up their much loved morning cappuccinos for March – R30 x 30 = R900 x 2 = R1800! Neels is willing to part with his sugary fizzy drink for the month and rather help out the farm with R1000 and Gary is giving up is nightcap with the result of another R1000 to help the 300+ animals cared for by Larry. Are you willing to join in the challenge?

Donate using the link below and tell us what you will be giving up to help the animals. Let’s make a difference together.


We have lately been inundated by requests to buy animals from us and wish to make it clear that HuskyRomi is NOT a breeding facility where you can buy a wolf, dog or hybrid. We do rescues and relocate animals to the sanctuary that cannot be taken care of as ordinary pets. Here their needs are taken care of for the span of their natural lives.

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