Cali’s foster mom moved away, so this purr machine needs a new foster home to live in while she waits to be adopted. Check out our website if interested and please spread the word! This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
Unbeknownst to the volunteers at TAGS, the adoptable pets had a party recently where they passed out yearbook-style awards to each other! While I’m not 100 per cent sure why they would do this, I suspect it’s because every dog who is adopted through TAGS participates in a behaviour training class, and graduation day is very exciting for everyone involved. Perhaps the adoptable pets
Gunnar at PetSmart, patiently waiting for a new family. This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
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
Tucker is a fun-loving, active dog who is always up for some playtime. He’s been looking for a new home for a year now. Originally, TAGS rescued him from a high-kill shelter in Kentucky. He’s an interesting mix—many people see spaniel, English springer spaniel, Australian shepherd or even Rottweiler in him. Tucker will make sure you won’t forget him, not just by using his
Shhhh! I’m taking a nap! This is Izzy! She is available for adoption through TAGS. If you think Izzy might be the perfect fit for your family, click here to fill in an adoption application to meet her!
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.
It is an unfortunate reality in our society that puppy mills exist. Puppy mill dogs are typically kept in extremely harsh conditions, and receive very little, if any, human interaction, resulting in a mix of poor health and socialization / behaviour issues. Due to their lack of human contact, they are usually quite wary of all humans—not just the bigger more intimidating humans, but
Chaco is a sweet giant with lots of love to give. He’s been waiting for a forever home for nearly three years. He was found as a stray in Kentucky and was then placed in a pound. He was on death row when TAGS heard about him and rescued him. He knows that Canada will be the place where he will finally find a