I am a wannabe long-distance runner. I like running because of all the usual reasons: it’s good exercise; it gives you an endorphin boost; you can do it anytime you want; it’s free; you can go alone and reflect or go with a friend and make it social…. The list goes on. But honestly? I also really like it because it doesn’t involve catching,
You are invited to attend the Boston Pizza Celebrity Server Event!This Wednesday, March 13th, volunteers from TAGS will be pairing up with servers at Boston Pizza (Whitby North location) to serve you and your friends hot, delicious meals between 5:00 and 8:00p.m. We are so excited about this fundraising event because it allows us to meet more members of our community. Also, since part of
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
UOIT students hang out with Sheldon (formerly Redman) at Durham College & UOIT’s Puppy Room January 21. This is a blog hop—please click the link below to visit other participating blogs.
TAGS had a really good year, both fundraising- and adoption-wise. But this is a new year now, and we have prepared fresh ideas to save more dogs and cats from high-kill shelters or pounds. Click on the image and like this event on Facebook! During times like this, when people think twice about where to spend their money, it becomes especially hard to receive
Thank you all who came and helped out or supported our charity on this rainy winter day! Mr. and Mrs. Claus with June Bug. June Bug is up for adoption! Despite the weather, the Whitby PetSmart store was extraordinarily busy. A lot of people came to have their pets’ holiday photo taken with us. We ended up selling 63 pictures! TAGS received half of
As you probably already know, TAGS showcases some of its dogs at the Whitby PetSmart every weekend (directions here). It’s a good way to inform people about our charity and to introduce our adoptable dogs. We have our own booth set up each time, where people can learn about our adoption process, upcoming events or even browse through our binder of dogs. If you