Congratulations to Rootbeer, Genny, Oscar, Rhudee and Ranger! We are so thrilled that you all found homes. Enjoy the new year, and your new lives! <> <> <> Thank you to everyone who supported TAGS throughout 2014. Our fundraisers, outreach events and social media campaigns would not have been successful without you! Thank you for helping us find homes for so many deserving pets.
This list was originally posted on thedodo.com and was written by Lindsey robertson. Read the article here. 1. You will save a life. 2.7 million dogs are euthanized in shelters each year. 2. Rescue dogs can make incredible transformations when they are adopted into loving homes. 3. Most rescue dogs are relinquished for reasons that have nothing to do with behavioral problems, and they are generally quite loving and
By Nomi Berger With the holidays approaching, it’s time to think not only about celebrating, but also about dog safety. Read below to learn about holiday health hazards for pets. To ensure that the season stays merry and bright, plan ahead and start early. Change the appearance of your home from everyday to holiday gradually, over a period of several weeks. This will allow
Once upon a time, in a town not so far away, a cat wandered into the right garden at the right time. The cat was thin, unhealthy, and evidently, homeless. But things were about to look up, way up. (Before you continue, be sure to read about the first part of her journey in A Tale About Hope.) <> <> <> Now that you are
Congratulations to Hope, Samantha and Zoe! They were all adopted in November. > We are very happy for Hope, as she was our only senior adopted during Adopt a Senior Pet Month. (Bonus: Read A Tale About Hope and Hope’s Happily Ever After.) > We are thrilled for Samantha, who has overcome a lot of obstacles to get her where she is today. > We
Sugar is a 2+ yellow lab mix who was adopted in June. Recently, her adoptive mom sat down to give us an update about how she is doing with her new family! Thank you Andrea for giving Sugar a wonderful home. Sugar has beautiful brown eyes and neat little patches around her eyes. She came from Tennessee and we adopted her through TAGS.
We are thrilled to announce, and quite honoured, that we are one of the rescues that will benefit from an amazing dance event being held in Richmond Hill on November 28th. Thank you SO much Scott, we can’t wait to see the show! Read the Media Release below to find out more about Dancing for Dogs! MEDIA RELEASE On Friday November 28th, 2014 the
Megan, a 3-year-old Hound mix, was adopted in September. Read below to find out how she’s doing in her new home! When Sarah and I first met Megan we fell in love. Such a sweet and calm temperament and such a little lady. When she came home with us we were so happy to have her. The first night at bedtime she jumped right up
Toby was adopted in September so his mom decided to touch base and let us know how he’s been doing! Thank you Sarah and family for loving Toby so much, and for taking the time to let us know how he’s been doing. It’s been almost 2 months since we adopted Toby and figured an update was due. Toby has come such a long
By Nomi Berger The problem of cat 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 cat owner in every community, town and city in the country. Those conscientious owners who act responsibly by spaying and neutering their cherished family pets. Spaying (ovariohysterectomy)