Tails of Love Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit made up of a group of passionate volunteers dedicated to raising awareness, rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming Native American Reservation dogs.

Why are we dedicated to reservation dogs?

Tails of Love Rescue is dedicated to supporting and rescuing stray dogs. The focus of the group is on the Reservation dog that has very few champions for their cause.

There is an epidemic of homeless dogs on the White Mountain Apache reservation. Many people want to help but lack the resources to undertake this task and neighboring shelters simply don’t have the facilities to extend their services to reservation dogs.

With very few organizations providing resources and shelter, these dogs are left to fend for themselves in homeless populations leaving them open to tick, flea, and mange infestations, vulnerable to diseases such as Rocky Mountain Fever, Distemper, Parvo, Rabies and more.

It is Tails of Love Rescue’s goal to rescue and foster dogs, bringing them back to full health so they can become adoptable, loving pets. We use our partners to transport dogs ready for forever homes into adoption centers here in Arizona and surrounding states and do direct adoptions on Facebook.

Our rescue is a grassroots effort and in its infancy. We are hands on in the streets feeding, medicating and rescuing homeless dogs and puppies, but we know that won’t solve the problem. As we grow, we’ll expand and become a community educational, awareness and funding resource. But we can do very little without your help.


On our site, you’ll find several ways to get involved such as donations, adoption, fostering and volunteering.

Tails of Love have limited resources and need your help with food, medication, shelter, and outreach for the dogs in need. 100% of your donations go directly to the cause.

Every penny helps save reservation dogs’ lives.

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