One of the perks of having a forever home is having someone to dress you up for Halloween! (though it is difficult to tell if they all think of this as a ‘perk’) Chloe, Buffalo, Blondie and Starr were all adopted through TAGS. This is a blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the
Last Saturday, I had my monthly PetSmart shift. I was at the Whitby location with another volunteer and two adoptable dogs, Colt and Quincy. As usual, the dogs are what attracted customers over to the TAGS booth. Then, we humans took over, answering questions about the pets up for adoption, the adoption process and our need for more foster homes. It was a pretty
Nell came to TAGS at the end of December 2012. At that time, she was estimated to be just over a year old. TAGS named her Noelle because if we had not rescued her in time, the shelter she was at in the United States was planning to euthanize her on Christmas Eve. Before ending up at the shelter, she was living in a
Chappie found his forever home one year ago.Happy 1st “Gotcha” Day, Chap! – – – – – This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs:
In 10 short days from now, critters and monsters of all sorts will be roaming the streets and knocking on doors looking for their sugar fix. Whether you are planning to go all out for Hallowe’en with decorations, or if you just intend to have candy in a bowl at the door, if you are a pet owner, you should be aware of some
For the first time in a long time, TAGS has kittens up for adoption! <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
Exceptional Canine: Active Dog By Stacey Brecher for Exceptional Canine Ready to hit the road with your dog? Before you put the car into drive, it’s important to make sure that your dog is safe. It’s also important to make sure that you have taken the time to do the relevant checks on your vehicle on top of what you are going to be
Buffalo at Pet Valu. “You can’t handle the tooth!” This is a blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
For many years, TAGS has received calls from women who are victims of domestic violence. Why would they call an animal rescue? Because while they know they can find safety if they leave their abusive households, they are hesitant to do so when it means leaving behind their animal companion(s). Many women who are victims of domestic violence have reported that their partners have
For the first installment of Project Pit Bull I figured it would be appropriate to get some historical context. To properly understand where these dogs come from, you first have to consider dogs are direct descendants and share 99% of their DNA with the Grey Wolf. The Grey Wolf shares 99% of the DNA with all K9’sPhoto Credit: Flickr user Dallidee Creation A statue of