Hello my name is Brandy I am playful and altogether quite dandy My coat is the softest you’ll ever pet And my smile is something you won’t forget I bond with people quickly because my heart is so big I’m so excited when I see them I do a jig I would love to live in a home Where I have more room to
Riley on day two of her extended visit last week. Clearly, she liked the place and decided to stay! She was officially adopted March 22. This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
[Written and baked by Torianne Allen] You may have thought of baking your own dog treats because you just don’t trust anything store bought anymore. Other benefits are that baking your own is cost effective and it’s fun! However, some might shy away because they aren’t bakers, or maybe they just don’t have the time. If you can find the time, here is an
TAGS rescued Phoebe from a local pound back in the Fall of 2009. She ended up at the pound after being found as a stray in Uxbridge. Phoebe is a mix but no one has ever quite figured out what she is a mix of! Her owner, Duncan Campbell, jokes that she’s “part Lab, part…whatever.” Duncan’s family had already been in contact with TAGS
A couple of our dogs visited UOIT/DC last week for an “ADOPT-DON’T-SHOP” event hosted by The Animal Rights Collaboration at UOIT & DC Luna definitely loved the attention! <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs. (photo by Heather Harton-Davidson)
Some of our adoptable pets are in the program for a month, some for a year, and most are in between. However, there are also dogs like Chaco who, for whatever reason, take a while to find their forever home. Chaco’s Special Qualities: + He’s a big, happy lab mix (people love labs!) + He loves to play, especially with balls. + He is an
…nothing really, except that they are both related to exciting events coming up next week! First up, we have our Boston Pizza Celebrity Server Night on Wednesday, March 19. All you have to do to support TAGS is come to Boston Pizza (Taunton/Garden in Whitby) between 5:00p.m. and 8:00p.m,. for a great meal with your friends and family, and leave your food receipt in
Sophie was adopted in November. She recently graduated from our 8-week follow up workshop, which is part of the adoption process. Congratulations, Sophie! >< >< >< This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Chelsea is up for adoption at TAGS She has a tail that spins instead of wags! She’s a retriever mix at 3 years of age Who needs time when she meets you to gauge… Whether she can trust you or not (But almost always, she realizes she likes you quite a lot.) If you can understand that it’s just her nerves And appreciate that she
Many people ask “Where do you get all of these dogs?” The easy answer is the pound. However, to be more precise, TAGS dogs come from one of three places (in no particular order): owner surrenders, local pounds, and shelters or pounds in the United States. However, before we can welcome a new dog into the program, we have to make sure we have