TAGS will lighten your mood!CC image courtesy of Denis Savard on Flickr Has all this snow and cold slowed you down, too? We know the feeling, so one of our volunteers, Elaine Brien, decided to organize a yearlong contest for our adopters. Elaine is a registered massage therapist working in a Whitby massage salon. Starting in February, she will draw one name a month
Even though you love your dog no matter his or her breed, it’s a lot of fun—and not at all expensive—to find out what breeds make up your dog. Knowing your dog’s breeds can also help you and your veterinarian anticipate and, in some cases, prevent breed-specific health problems—or, at the very least, help you save some money by purchasing insurance against them. (In
Rocky is soooo tired! He’s up for adoption, too. To read more about our adoptable dog Rocky, click here. This is a blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs, too!
Noelle’s got two paws up and is waiting for her fur-ever home. This is a blog hop—please click the link below to visit other participating blogs.
Dixie is up for adoption! Dixie is a beautiful 1.5-year-old Labrador retriever mix. She came into The Animal Guardian Society‘s care a year ago from a Kentucky pound when she was only a puppy. Her arrival to Canada was adventurous! We laugh at this story now, but it wasn’t so hilarious when it happened. She has always been a shy girl who doesn’t trust
Hilary asked: I have had a few people recommend a certain way of putting on our dog’s leash to reduce his pulling. Basically it’s as follows: run the leash along the dog’s back to its hips; wrap the leash around the dog’s waist under its belly and loop the leash through itself to make a slip tie (it has a special name but I
The Animal Guardian Society is set up for an adoptathon event at the Pet Valu in Oshawa located at the intersection of Taunton and Harmony. The adoptathon will be on Saturday, January 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June Bug, Noelle, Lexi Leigh and Tanya will be at Pet Valu on Saturday and can’t wait to meet you! Click on their names below
Despite the weather getting colder and colder, make some time to exercise with your dog. When it’s mild and calm outside (usually right after it snows), grab your jacket and your dog and get out of the house for some playtime! Aside from the usual snowball throwing, there are other creative ways to tire the dog (and yourself) out. Dawson is up for adoption.
Raggs – a “senior” dog who’s super young at heart This is a blog hop – please click the button below to visit other participating blogs.
TAGS feels that it’s important to always educate people about pets. It seems easy to own a dog or a cat, but there is much more to it. We can always improve ourselves to better understand our furry companions. Chappie and Blossum (recently adopted) just graduated! Good job! Hence, TAGS introduced a Dear TAGS section in the blog where you can send your questions