FOREVER HOME: NOW WHAT?
By Nomi Berger Be an informed adopter and make your new dog’s entry into your world as pleasurable as possible. If this is your first dog, establish yourself with a vet or register your new dog with your established vet. Then apply for the appropriate licenses, etc., required in your area. Remember that a dog’s true personality may not reveal itself for several weeks.
Wordless Wednesday: Suzy Q and the Flowers
Suzy Q is a shy dog who is up for adoption from The Animal Guardian Society! Click on the photo to see more info about her. Click on the image below to see more photos from the participating Wordless Wednesday blogs.
Featured Adoptable Dog: Izzy
Izzy arrived at The Animal Guardian Society in February from a Port Perry pound. We don’t know much about her background from before that. All we know is that this long-legged puppy was very shy at first. She was intimidated by everyone except her foster mom. Eventually, she came out of her shell, showing her sweet, goofy side. Izzy’s Hobbies Izzy at PetSmart, looking
One Furry Reason to Foster Dogs
Here is a touching story from one of our foster volunteers, Chris Stones. It’s amazing how the smallest things can mean the world to some of our rescue dogs. Suzy Q is up for adoption! Photo: Heather Last night Sheila and I were in bed watching TV as we normally do when Suzy Q suddenly decided to jump up on the bed and join
Featured Adoptable Dog: Tucker
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
Helping Rescue Dogs Get Adopted in PetSmart
The Animal Guardian Society is a small rescue. We do not own a shelter or a wellness centre (however, it is one of our long-term goals). Therefore, if we want to keep in contact with the public or showcase our dogs, we can do so only through PetSmart (or Pet Valu, which recently became part of our weekend schedule). PetSmart volunteers at the Whitby
TAGS Dogs at PetSmart Oshawa
We love to showcase our dogs around the community at various outreach events so that people can find out more about us and maybe even find a new family member. You may already know that we can be found in the Whitby PetSmart every weekend, but did you also know that we’ve started setting up shop in the Oshawa location as well? Every Saturday