Noelle (now Nell) en route to her new home! Yippee!– – – Click on the image below to see more photos from the participating Wordless Wednesday blogs.
Congratulations to all six dogs who were adopted this month! Click on the image to view a larger version. Zoomie is a one-year-old basset hound mix with ears made out of silk (or so it seems). Zoomie was a stray who ended up in the pound before she entered TAGS foster care. In her foster home, Zoomie showed just how happy she was to
Dexter’s mug shot.(not to scale)– – – This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.
Whiskers are not the same as fur or hair. They are thicker at the base than fur and get thinner as they extend. They feel harder than fur, and the base can feel almost as strong as the point of a safety pin (but not as sharp). Whiskers are sensory in nature and are rooted much deeper than normal hair. They can sense distance
(photo courtesy of Blossum & Chappie’s mom, Courtney.) Siblings Blossum and Chappie take a well-deserved rest on the pause table after their agility class. – – – This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.
They say every dog has its day, and this month, that was the case for nine TAGS dogs who had their luck turn around when they were adopted into new homes! Please click on the image to view a larger version. We love hearing from our adoptive families to find out how their new furry family member is doing. Here’s what we’ve heard so
Some dogs are small and some are big. The end. Just kidding. Today’s post is less about actual size and more about how small dogs are treated compared to their larger canine friends because how we treat small dogs has, in many ways, facilitated the widespread notion that all small dogs bark a lot and are aggressive. As a TAGS volunteer, I have met
Volunteers Wendy, Nicky and Jenn were at the Oshawa Centre on Sunday to promote TAGS. The big red dog got a bunch of hugs throughout the day from kids passing by! This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.
Jill having fun at the Furry Friends 5K on Sunday. Throughout the event, Jill wore a race shirt that identified her as a dog up for adoption. Make sure she doesn’t need this shirt next year. Put in an application to adopt Jill! This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.
Any month in which there have been adoptions is a great month, but May 2013 was especially exciting for the volunteers at TAGS. At the end of April, we were thrilled that a few of our senior dogs had been adopted since it is generally more difficult to find homes for them. Similarly, in May, TAGS found homes for Molly and Reimer, who, despite