Noelle (now Nell) en route to her new home! Yippee!– – – Click on the image below to see more photos from the participating Wordless Wednesday blogs.
Congratulations to all six dogs who were adopted this month! Click on the image to view a larger version. Zoomie is a one-year-old basset hound mix with ears made out of silk (or so it seems). Zoomie was a stray who ended up in the pound before she entered TAGS foster care. In her foster home, Zoomie showed just how happy she was to
Written by Lindsey Sjouwerman, Marketing Coordinator, Speedpro Imaging We survive the heat, so why can’t they? The fact is that heat is extremely detrimental to a dog’s health—young or old. It’s not the heat per se that will affect a young dog; it is more likely the overexertion due to puppy power. As for old dogs, it’s temperature: the heat gets harder and harder to handle as
Suzy Q is a shy dog who is up for adoption from The Animal Guardian Society! Click on the photo to see more info about her. Click on the image below to see more photos from the participating Wordless Wednesday blogs.
Izzy arrived at The Animal Guardian Society in February from a Port Perry pound. We don’t know much about her background from before that. All we know is that this long-legged puppy was very shy at first. She was intimidated by everyone except her foster mom. Eventually, she came out of her shell, showing her sweet, goofy side. Izzy’s Hobbies Izzy at PetSmart, looking
This is part one of our miniseries about famous dogs, where we share fun facts from the extraordinary lives of famous pets—behind-the-scenes, heartwarming details and much more to follow. Homeward Bound (1993) Did you know … … that they used four American bulldogs and four golden retrievers in the movie? … that they used eight Himalayan cats for the role of Sassy? … that
“Ahhhh yes, don’t stop, human!” This dog right here is Chester. He is available for adoption through the TAGS program. Are you thinking of adopting? Click here for pets available for adoption from TAGS. We might just have the perfect companion for you! Like what you see in Chester? Click here to fill out an application to meet him!
The Dog Daily: Health Care By Liz Palika for The Dog Daily Many dog owners seem to feel that walking their dog is something that must be done; a chore that goes along with dog ownership. But walking your dog doesn’t have to be a chore—it can be so much more. When you’re out walking your dog, you are spending time together, interacting with
Here is a touching story from one of our foster volunteers, Chris Stones. It’s amazing how the smallest things can mean the world to some of our rescue dogs. Suzy Q is up for adoption! Photo: Heather Last night Sheila and I were in bed watching TV as we normally do when Suzy Q suddenly decided to jump up on the bed and join
Dexter’s mug shot.(not to scale)– – – This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.