By Nomi Berger With the arrival of summer in southern Ontario, comes the arrival of an annoying and possibly fatal pest: the tick. For the past 20 years, what was considered a nuisance found only in the wooded countryside and farthest reaches of the province, has been invading cities as large and diverse as Toronto. Now ticks can be as close as your neighbourhood
Written by Lindsay McGill Photo above is of Brandy, taken by her foster mom Sharon at the cottage. With a few long weekends and the warm weather coming up lots of people plan on going camping and up to the cottage with their furry side-kicks. What a lot of people don’t realize is that there are lots of potential safety concerns that they must
*Molly is listed on our website as a courtesy post. She is with Coonhound Rescue.*** Hi! I’m Molly. I am an 8 year old lady looking for a home. I am a Bluetick Coonhound, (possibly mixed with Hound) from Ohio. I am spayed, house-trained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats. Basically, I am happy to
Claire is not only pretty, but smart, too! <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
By Nomi Berger According to the calendar, it’s officially summer! And with the hot days comes hot dogs. Imagine yourself on a sweltering, summer day wearing a full-length fur coat. Are you hot? Itchy? Thirsty? Are you anxiously looking around for shade? Now imagine dogs outside on the same sweltering day. And you’ll have some idea of how THEY feel. Protecting your own dog
Daisy is new to TAGS and accepting applications! +++++ This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Yay Samantha! Stay tuned to find out who else is adopted in June by checking back here at the end of the month! P.S.: Want to know more about this girl’s journey? Read Samantha’s Story.
Our Volunteer of the Month for June is ASHLEY CAMPBELL! Ashley has been with TAGS for nearly a year, offering assistance wherever and whenever she can to the areas that interest her most. Read more below! What encouraged you to become a volunteer with TAGS? What encouraged me to become a volunteer at TAGS is wanting to give back to the community. Why not
Freddie mastered the skill of carrot hunting on his extended visit. (PS: His new family decided to adopt him! Probably so he can continue to protect them from carrots) <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
By Nomi Berger The problem of pet overpopulation is a global one and requires a solution on a global scale. But like every journey that begins with a single step, this particular journey must begin with every pet owner. Those who do their part and act responsibly by spaying and neutering their cherished family pets. Spaying (removing the ovaries and uterus of a