To complicate things further, as soon as the word got out that Tia was taking over the rescue operation, she began getting tons of emails and calls from people all across the country who wanted to see if she would take on their wolfdogs too.
“With containment for these extremely athletic dogs being the #1 reason for being surrendered by unsuspecting owners or getting loose and ending up in an animal shelter, we sadly have a growing waiting list for these dogs who are desperate to come under our care,” Tia said.
Facebook; pictured above is another wolfdog at the Villalobos Rescue Center in Texas
If you would like to donate to the GoFundMe page Tia created to help care for the wolfdogs, you can do that here.
Tia has promised to send handwritten thank-you notes to anyone who donates to this worthy cause!