…and so do we! This photo was taken of Izzy at our summer Jamboree. Izzy is still up for adoption! This is a blog hop. Check out the other blogs on BlogPaws by clicking on the image below!
Addie has come to us from a Tennesse shelter in December. We don’t know much about her background. All we know is that at some point she injured her back right leg and it healed that way. Hence the funny limping – but don’t think this stops her from running around! Her foster mom, Jennifer shared these with us so we see Addie’s true
Yes, this is what many people say about The Animal Guardian Society’s very own Microchip Clinics. It has become a tradition now to offer inexpensive microchip services for pet owners in the Toronto and Durham Region area. We, as an animal rescue group know how important it is to microchip your pets. With the rather expensive options out there, we also know that many
Chester has arrived at TAGS in June and he was adopted by the end of July! This handsome but timid dog found his home fast at the loving home of Krys Caughell and her family. Why Chester?My Husband and I decided to adopt Chester because we fell in love with him when we met him. He’s such a special little dog! He seemed a
To all those who always wait until the last minute to get the Christmas presents: don’t worry, there is still some time. Thank God for the internet that can make all this hassle easy and quick. Not sure what Christmas gifts to give to a fellow animal lover? There are lots of options out there. Here, we will list 3+1 last minute Christmas ideas
This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs. *An 8-week training session is included in the adoption fee if you adopt from The Animal Guardian Society!
Shelley began volunteering with TAGS in 2012. At our recent volunteer dinner, she was awarded with a 1-year pin and congratulated for banking over 100 volunteer hours. Below, she tells us all about why she joined TAGS, what roles she has, and what keeps her going. 1. What encouraged you to become a volunteer with TAGS? Since finishing my education, moving out and
This compassionate, wonderful account of adopting a rescue dog comes to us from Kaitlin Bernard. It was originally posted on her blog, Blank Cage, on Friday, November 22. I won’t lie, when my boyfriend and I first entertained the thought of getting a dog I had my heart set on a Shiba Inu. I researched the breed, I contacted breeders, I picked out names,
Yogi Bear is ready for his first Christmas! This is a blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
Our long-time volunteer, Cathy Lloyd has recently adopted Wyatt and we wanted to know how he was doing. It seems that this adoption was meant to be! Wyatt was rescued from a high-kill shelter in Kentucky this March. It didn’t take long for this sweet boy to find his new home and now he is happier than ever! Why did you decide to