If you have lost your pet, Dog-Gone Detectives can help.
TTVR, as a 501(c)3 non-profit charity, the rescue we do depends on your generosity to save lives, help provide medical care and find homes for homeless pets. No amount is too small or too large and every single dollar really does help. It may sound cliche, but it is actually true. Thank you!
Please email us for information on our next Meet n Greet
They are normally held at
but are scheduled on a month to month basis.
Lewisville, TX 75067
|We are endeavoring to provide Kuranda dog beds for our adoptable pets while in their foster homes. We know they are durable and also so good for our dogs, most of which have had a hard life before their entry into our adoption program. If you would like to donate a bed at a special wholesale price for a Texas Tailwaggers Rescued pet, please click on the peacefully sleeping dog.|
If you're looking for an excellent Veterinarian
we highly recommend Dr. McGuire
and the caring, knowledgeable, rescue friendly staff at
Carrollton Animal Hospital
We are a volunteer based non profit organization dedicated to the welfare, care and adoption of abandoned and homeless animals. Our priority is to help homeless and abandoned animals in our community receive a second chance at life and promote humane education for the responsible treatment of all companion animals. We also provide educational materials that will help pet owners with their animals. All of our animals are kept in foster homes. We do not have a physical building, to view the animals please come to our scheduled events.
If you wish to adopt one of our animals, please fill out the adoption application below.
Texas Tailwaggers Adoption Application
You may meet available dogs in need of a loving family and new home by visiting us at our scheduled Meet and Greet Events.
OUR ADOPTION FEES:
DOGS are $180 - $350. The adoption fee for dogs and puppies includes spaying/neutering, vet visit before adoption, deworming, heartworm testing (for dogs over 6 months old), treatment of heartworms if positive and heartworm preventative each month if test is negative, flea and tick prevention, all vaccinations including distemper, parvo, parainfluenza, corona, leptospirosis, bordetella and rabies, any other medical treatment necessary to make them healthy for adoption including dental if necessary for medical rather than cosmetic reasons, microchip, rescue ID tag and a collar plus food and other supplies needed in foster care until adopted.
ADOPTION PROCESS SUMMARY (basic):
1.) Receive a completed application.
2.) Adoption counselor(s) call and check the vet reference, go over the app and request more information from the applicant if there is any question about the information on it.
3.) Personal references are contacted.
4.) A home visit is done with or without the animal in attendance according to the situation.
5.) The applicant is approved or disapproved and informed.
6.) An Adoption Agreement Contract is completed.
An Adoption Counselor and the Foster Mom or Dad review all applications and try to make a selection for each animal on which home and family, in our opinion, is the best match for that individual animal. This is not an overnight process, and can take up to 2 weeks.