*Molly is listed on our website as a courtesy post. She is with Coonhound Rescue.*** Hi! I’m Molly. I am an 8 year old lady looking for a home. I am a Bluetick Coonhound, (possibly mixed with Hound) from Ohio. I am spayed, house-trained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats. Basically, I am happy to
Daisy is new to TAGS and accepting applications! +++++ This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Gunner had a great time at the Furry Friends 5K on Sunday, June 1! (Photo contributed by Kara) <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Congratulations are in order for four amazing dogs this month! Little Miss Sunshine (now named Maggie. This was not known when the above picture was made) has been waiting for a home for many months. This little Spitz/Westie mix is only two years old, and has already had a lot of changes and upheaval. She was surrendered to a shelter last summer before being
Colt is a 15 month old terrier mix from Tennessee. He was adopted by Julie White and her family last November. Since then, he has proven himself to be an important, playful, fun member of the pack. Sometimes he’s a bit too fun though, and gets himself into a lot of trouble! Post written by Torianne Allen. What was Colt like when you first
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
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.
Quincy is a 10 year old Bichon Frise/Miniature Poodle mix. He was found as a stray with very rotten and damaged teeth, so the decision was made to have them removed. Quincy seems to be happier without them, but this “difference,” along with others, made it difficult for him to find a home. Luckily, after being in the TAGS program for over six months,
Ranger gives some grateful kisses the day he was sprung from the pound. + + + This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
Courtney began volunteering with TAGS in the Fall of 2012. Since then, she has volunteered her time by coming up with several amazing fundraising initiatives, taking shifts at PetSmart and Pet Valu, doing home visits, taking pictures and writing content for social media, and, on top of all of that, she is a full-time foster parent. Read below to find out more about what