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
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
Roses are red, violets are blue, Rosie is looking for a Valentine – could it be you? <3 <3 <3 This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Cheech and Chong are bonded 7 year-old brothers who must be adopted together. Since they are over the age of 7, their adoption fee is cut in half. Therefore, to adopt both of these great guys, the fee would be $345. <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
On Monday, January 20, TAGS was invited to The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) and Durham College for “Blue Monday.” From Left: Brandy, Biscotti, Sheldon and Claudia are loving the attention! This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Thank you to the Student Association at UOIT and Durham College for inviting us back for “Blue Monday” this year. Blue Monday is recognized as the most depressing day of the year, so the Student Association invited some of our dogs to come hang out with the students and cheer them up a bit. Our dogs and our volunteers had a great time!
Addie has come to us from a Tennesse shelter in December. We don’t know much about her background. All we know is that at some point she injured her back right leg and it healed that way. Hence the funny limping – but don’t think this stops her from running around! Her foster mom, Jennifer shared these with us so we see Addie’s true
Dear fellow volunteers, I simply do not say it enough – you guys are amazing! This weekend alone, this is what we have going on: PETSMART – Saturday and Sunday Every weekend we feature adoptable dogs at PetSmart Whitby, and some weekends we also have a booth set up at Pet Valu locations. This requires: – a volunteer to schedule the dogs who will be