Thank you for your interest in adopting one of our reservation rescues!

Here is what you need to know about RESERVATION DOGS if you’re considering bringing one of these intelligent, resourceful wonders into your home.

Veterinarians living near reservations often refer to the Reservation Dog as a “breed of their own.” The genetics passed down in these dogs are mixed, but hardy due to having to survive severe environments, situations and hardships. Due to the high desirability of herding and working dogs in rural Native American, you’ll find prevalent mixes of these breeds in the Reservation Dog genetics along with typical herding and working breed personality characteristics.

Reservation dogs are generally intelligent, resourceful and can think on their feet (or paws, as the case may be). It is not unlikely to see a reservation dog wait for the street light to turn before crossing the street. They are dogs that can read people well. Some may require extra work with socializing as they have been abused but others readily accept the kindness and companionship of humans. Even though some may require special needs, care or training, all and all, they make for a highly intelligent and loyal companion. Some have even proved themselves with the specialized skills of service dogs.

In order to view Adoptable Reservation Rescues, we encourage you to stay active and up-to-date on Our Facebook Page to see who we have in rescue, who is currently looking for a forever home, and who is coming into rescue as well as their needs and what the ideal home would entail for each individual animal.

The animals we care for are ever-changing and because Tails of Love Rescue consists of a small group of volunteers, it’s quite the undertaking to keep up.Thank you for your understanding and following our Facebook Page.