This month, six dogs and two cats found new homes! We are so excited for them to be joining their new families! Please click on the image to view a larger version. Dawson is a three-year-old shepherd/husky cross who loves to play and be active, but he also loves to cuddle—he’s basically the whole package, which is why we are not surprised that his
Oakley at PetSmart. I volunteer in animal rescue because I love animals. …Obviously, right? But it’s about more than just loving them. It’s about believing that they deserve more respect and love than they receive. And it’s about fighting for their rights when they cannot do so themselves. I read a quote once (and unfortunately I do not remember where) that said: “One day,
“Hello? Hello? Trixie, sometimes I feel like you aren’t even listening to me!” –Quinton Poor Quinton. His foster sister Trixie is deaf! Trixie was adopted in December, but Quinton is still looking for a home. Are you interested in hearing what Quinton has to say? Fill out an adoption application and come meet him! This is a blog hop.You can check out other participating blogs by clicking
When meeting Max, most people have to fight their urge to take him home and cuddle him all day. I myself was wondering if he’d just escaped from Build-a-Bear. He’s been in the TAGS program since February. His current family had to make a hard decision to surrender him. They wanted the best for him, as they realized that they won’t be able to
Source: CSRA Humane Society Neutering refers to the removal of an animal’s reproductive organs and is a term used in reference to males, whereas spaying is used in reference to females. Why Spay or Neuter? Since TAGS is a rescue, most of the dogs and cats in our program have come from shelters. Shelters are brimming with unwanted dogs and cats—and to my surprise, many
Oops, Izzy has the rules of hide-and-go-seek mixed up. She’s hiding AND counting!Come find her and give her a forever home today! This is a blog hop.You can check out other participating blogs by clicking on the picture below.
CC image courtesy of Zach Dischner on Flickr With spring officially here (although the last few days haven’t felt like it!), lawn and garden enthusiasts can finally see their green grass starting to come back. Some of you may be looking outside and thinking, Wait, this grass isn’t green enough! and also may be thinking about purchasing some lawn care products. But hold that
Tucker (formerly Tanya) arrived at TAGS in November. Very often we see families moving away and not bringing their dogs along. Tucker’s case was the same. Suddenly she found herself at a very different place, and without her family. It was a big change for her, but she adapted quickly in her temporary foster home, thanks to her calm and loving nature. Little did
When we started looking for a new dog, we had no intention of adopting a senior. Only 10 months before, but feeling way more recent, we’d experienced the tail end of years of watching our senior dog, Roxie, decline, until we ultimately had to make that tough decision all pet owners dread. Roxie on her last day with us. So when we were ready
Derby wonders how he will ever get to the dog park if his driver is sitting in the trunk.He was adopted last month. This is a blog hop.You can check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the picture below.