With inflation at its highest level in 40 years, everyone is struggling, including nonprofit organizations like ours - especially our Program Partners and the animals they rescue who rely on us. Rising costs are making it harder for us to deliver lifesaving services.

  • We're facing a significant shortfall in the funds we needed to raise this year.
  • If we can't raise enough funds before the year is up, there are services we simply won't be able to deliver.
  • From providing pet food, pet supplies, and grant for veterinarian services including spay and neuter procedures, we will not be able to help all who count on us to meet their critical needs.

Will you please help us close the funding gap by rushing your gift today? We cannot continue our urgent work for homeless animals on the reservation without you.

Please help us continue to rescue, rehab, and rehome homeless and helpless animals on the reservation...

Reservation Animal Rescue

Working with Program Partners, we improve the quality of life for stranded and orphaned animals on Reservations.

In addition to providing basic supplies for their care, we also help fund mobile spay and neuter clinics, care for stray and orphaned animals ... place them in foster care ... and get them ready for adoption into loving homes — where they belong!


  • Make an Impact: Help change the life of a homeless cat or dog on the reservation with your gift today.
  • Join the Heritage Circle — learn how you can have an impact on Native American communities without it costing you anything during your lifetime.
  • Become a RAR Companion — just 50 cents a day helps 12 homeless animals a year! Sign up today to get your free thank you gift!
  • Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram.


Dr. Holgate pictured holding a puppy

Dr. Holgate is always busy helping animals in Tuba City but took the time to share with us 5 lessons she's learned along the way.

Sweet Pea

Tuba City Humane Society updates us on a recent rescue dog - Sweet Pea. Find out how they helped Sweet Pea get the medical treatment she needed.

Photo of a puppy at the Gallup Humane Society Shelter

Program Partners worked hard on the ground throughout the pandemic to ensure reservation animals received love, medical attention, and forever homes.

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Native American reservations often face the issue of homeless animals without the resources to manage it. When we see innocent animals suffering unnecessarily, we don't want to just speak out ... we want to SHOUT.

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Our Mission: Serving immediate needs. Supporting long-term solutions.
Our Vision: Strong, self-sufficient Native American communities.

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