Summertime is quickly approaching, and what goes together better than summertime and dogs? Our featured pet Toby is a one-year-old Border Collie/Labrador mix who enjoys hiking, playing with all types of dogs, and discovering new things. Toby would be a great addition to any family who is active, loving, and patient. Toby needs to live with someone who is patient because he is fearful of
Dingo knows he left a treat around here somewhere… <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
By Nomi Berger How many times have we humans heard the expression, “You’re only as old as you feel”? And why is it that some days, despite our actual age, we feel younger than we are, while other days, we feel older, much older? So it is with our canine companions. What constitutes a senior in one breed may be an adult in another
Chelsea is still patiently waiting for a home of her very own. This was taken during a recent PetSmart shift. <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Little Miss Sunshine (in the back) enjoyed the fresh air with her foster brother Oliver on the weekend. Sunshine is up for adoption! _ _ _ This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Pictured: Samantha with her foster siblings. Samantha is a two-year old Doberman mix who weighs approximately 40 pounds. Samantha has had a lot of ups and downs in her short life, and through them all she has emerged as a survivor: Samantha was hit by a car last year in Tennessee where she was living before she came to TAGS. A nearby shelter was called
(Pictured: Luna) Written by Nick Iordanis I recently had a conversation with friend who said they cannot get a rescue and must get a puppy from a breeder so they can mould it into a well behaved dog. After picking my jaw up off the floor, I had a decision to make: Do I burst my friends bubble and tell him why he was
Written by Nick Iordanis If you have read my previous post called “Why I Volunteer,” you’ll know I LOVE to spend time with dogs, but I am not in a position to own one for myself. So, I find volunteering an incredibly rewarding way to satisfy my furry needs. One of the ways I get to spend time with dogs, is to team up with a
Beagle lovers, we have you covered. Looking for a young male? Got it. Looking for a settled, older female? Check. Looking to adopt two beagles together? Yup. Looking for a shy girl to bond with? Definitely. We have Lucky, a 4 year old male; Shania, an 8 year old female; Cheech and Chong, 7 year old brothers; and Rosie, a 1 year old female.
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)