Dear Friends, Guests and Fellow Rescuers:|
We all have passions in life, God-given passions that we should not ignore. If you feel strongly about something in your life, take action! Action, when it comes to matters of the heart (whatever that may be for you), is what helps to make this world a better place. The heart is a powerful thing.
We, at Triumphant Tails, Inc., are doing just that - following our hearts. It has become our mission to speak up and care for the voiceless creatures of the world, canines which have suffered neglect, abuse and/or homelessness. It is through no fault of their own that they have been dealt a rough start in life at the hands of the humans that were initially entrusted with their care.
Many of our rescued canines come from death row at local shelters. They are dogs which have been owner-surrendered to the shelters, or strays which have been picked up by animal control officers. Typically, these dogs have had an extended stay at the shelter facility and their "time is up" due to limited shelter space, or because they are not faring well in a shelter environment, or because they have injuries which oftentimes are treatable but which prohibit them from becoming an adoptable candidate. They are great dogs who deserve a second chance at a great life but have nowhere to go.
We are NOT a high-volume rescue organization. It is our goal to be able to provide the best possible care, training and in-depth evaluations of each dog that comes into our program so as to find a forever home that is suitable for that dog's personality and needs. All of our dogs are fully vetted, spayed/neutered and microchipped before they are re-homed. Due to the overwhelming cost of supplies and veterinary care needed to keep our rescued canines healthy and happy while they are in our program, we are very limited on the number of canines we can accept. In order to make room for another precious life to be saved, we rely on finding suitable forever homes for the dogs already in our program so that our doors can open for another needy canine to arrive.
I encourage you to view our adoptable dogs by visiting the link on the left. If you are ready to open up your heart and home to a canine companion, considering a rescue can be a very rewarding experience. You will be giving yourself the gift of unconditional love -- and giving a rescue the gift of life!
Kym Ann Dabideen-Denton & Ron Denton, Co-Founders