Written by: Andrée WagarTAGS Foster Coordinator Becky was adopted this month, and while every adoption is wonderful, for me, this one is extra special. As is usually the case in rescue, we don’t know how Becky’s story began, but we certainly know how it would have ended if she had stayed in the pound for even one more day. Her final few days would
Unbeknownst to the volunteers at TAGS, the adoptable pets had a party recently where they passed out yearbook-style awards to each other! While I’m not 100 per cent sure why they would do this, I suspect it’s because every dog who is adopted through TAGS participates in a behaviour training class, and graduation day is very exciting for everyone involved. Perhaps the adoptable pets
Gunnar at PetSmart, patiently waiting for a new family. This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
Our volunteer & foster mom Annetta sent us some useful information about her new foster dog, Bessie. Bessie’s a doll! Very, very sweet. She’s going to make an amazing pet for some lucky family. Bessie is a sweetheart Walking & Obedience She’s already figured out walking on lead. She runs to us when called, and we’re working on sit/stay and house training. There have
Written by Annetta, our volunteer & foster mom. You can never be cautious enough when it comes to your dogs. Some like freedom a little bit more than others, and it’s easier than you think to lose sight of them. Our guest blogger Lindsey Sjouwerman shared some useful tips on how to prevent your dogs from running away. Tucker is safe now! He is up
Playing a game at the TAGS corn roast in 2007!(The event is now called Paws n’ Hearts, and this year it’s on September 14.) – – – – – This is a blog hop. Click on the image below for more Wordless Wednesday photos!
Lindsey Sjouwerman – Marketing Coordinator, Speedpro Imaging Durham Dogs are like people: they come in all shapes and sizes, at all fitness levels and with a wide range of needs. And just like us, dogs are subject to becoming obese and lethargic, so it is our responsibility to help them keep a healthy weight and exercise regularly. The degree of exercise intensity varies by
Not so long ago, I wrote a post about my dream of owning a pit bull. Without rehashing the article too much, the reason I have an infatuation with pit bulls is that they are the antonym of what people consider a friendly, lovable, cuddly sidekick. I hope one day to be able to adopt a pit bull type of dog and to prove that these
Adoptable Bella using her beagle eyes to make people melt at Pet Valu recently. * * * Click on the image below to see more photos from the participating Wordless Wednesday blogs.
Limit Their Chance to Escape! Lindsey Sjouwerman – Marketing Coordinator at Speepdro Imaging Durham Making sure your house and backyard are dog-proof is a crucial step that many dog owners miss. All dogs are different–some dogs are lazy, but others are crafty and will do anything to get out. That could mean digging their way under your fence, jumping over it or straight up