One day I decided to move from one country to another in Europe and also decided to bring my dog with me. My little 100-pound dog. I couldn’t be the person who moves and leaves the dog behind! This meant that she had to be flying on the same plane as me, in the cargo hold, in a crate. It wasn’t a long flight,
Libby When I was speaking with my sister recently about her Yorkie, Libby, who is almost two years old, she was telling me how she finds Libby’s typically fearless terrier behaviour endearing. I got a sense that she believed it was just Libby specifically who has this “attitude,” so I thought I would make her aware of the background of Yorkshire terribles terriers. My
And Why You Should Too. Without a doubt, animal rescue is a morally righteous hobby. It is hard to disagree when you look at the state of animal welfare in our society, from general overpopulation, punitive training techniques, to puppy mills. But everyone finds their way into activities in different ways, and mine was purely self-serving. I grew up with a family dog. After
Help Your Pets Overcome Their Depression or Anxiety With Bach Flower Remedies Our pets can get just as depressed or nervous as we do. Lots of situations can bring their sad side out, like the absence or loss of an owner or someone who was close to them. They can get nervous simply from going to the vet or from fireworks outside. CC image
Wow! For a short month, February sure was busy! We are so excited to announce that seven dogs and two cats formerly in the TAGS program have now found their fur-ever homes! (Please click on the image to see a larger version.) In the spirit of rescue, and perhaps because some of us still have a bit of leftover Valentine’s Day sap hanging around,
This is Max. He’s adoptable from The Animal Guardian Society. Check out his bio or fill out an adoption application! This is a Blog Hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the picture below!
Boomer doesn’t mind the snow. Never Lose Anything Again Are you sometimes forgetful? You don’t remember where you left your keys or wallet? We have an excellent candidate for keeping things in order for you: Boomer! Boomer believes that once you’ve touched something and left it in a different spot than usual, he has to make it his personal assignment to bring it back
(Photo credit goes to Sawyer’s foster mom, Courtney) Sawyer is eager to make friends with the resident feline at his foster home, but it’s hard to know if his adorable face works on cats the way it works on us. This is a blog hop! Click on the image to see the other participating websites.
Are you considering fostering but don’t know where to start? TAGS volunteers and foster parents are ready to help you set up for your first experience saving a dog’s (or cat’s) life! How do I know if I qualify to be a foster parent? Do you love pets? Do you have a house or an apartment with enough space in it? Do you have
Whew. Hard to believe it’s already February! TAGS has been having a busy but wonderful 2013 so far. When we weren’t hosting a Pub Night fundraiser or sending our adoptable dogs to college, our volunteers were taking two lucky dogs and their new families through the TAGS adoption process. Click on the image to view a larger version. Azrial, also known as Zee-Zee, is a ten-month-old sweetheart. TAGS