ROAR: Rescue Operation For Animals Of The Reservation

For centuries, dogs have played an important role within many Native American cultures.

For centuries, dogs have played an important role within many Native American cultures.

Their responsibilities often included hunting, guarding, even pulling travois (sleds.) These valued animals were an integral member of the tribe. However, many of the residents on tribal lands live in extreme poverty, and ROAR tries to help the animals of these native people.

How You Can Help:

You can donate to ROAR through their secure link to help them continue their efforts.

Register for emails and to stay involved in their program events.

Share their mission with others who might be interested.

ROAR is one of the eight major programs of the National Relief Charities.

Posted by Marti Lombardi, Best Friends network volunteer. Picture provided by moreguefile.com.
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