Congratulations to all of the dogs who found their forever homes in March 2014!
Riley on day two of her extended visit last week. Clearly, she liked the place and decided to stay! She was officially adopted March 22. This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
TAGS rescued Phoebe from a local pound back in the Fall of 2009. She ended up at the pound after being found as a stray in Uxbridge. Phoebe is a mix but no one has ever quite figured out what she is a mix of! Her owner, Duncan Campbell, jokes that she’s “part Lab, part…whatever.” Duncan’s family had already been in contact with TAGS
We are so thrilled for all of the pets who were adopted in February! Thank you to everyone who helped get these pets noticed on social media so they could find homes! Some interesting facts about this month’s adoptees… Snoopy was rescued from the Whitby pound. He’s a Dalmation mixed with a model! Although he’s now adopted, he remains our poster boy for our “Sponsor
Gage was one of our first adoptions of the month. Check the blog again at the beginning of March to see who else was adopted in February! <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
This post was written by Jan Evinou Thompson, who is a true animal lover. She is also a rescue advocate and has her own online campaign to encourage people to adopt, not shop. She adopted two cats from TAGS earlier this year, Justice and Thornton. Thank you, Jan, for sharing this with us and for giving all of your rescues such a great home.
Archie has gone to live with a man and his young daughter. They came to meet Archie at Pet Valu Kendalwood because a friend of theirs, who is a volunteer with TAGS, knew they were looking for a new cat and thought Archie would suit them perfectly. She was right! They liked Archie right away and the little girl couldn’t stop petting him. Millie is a happy,
This post was written by Becky’s new fur-mom, Christina. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, Christina, and for opening up your heart to Becky, Roux and Sasha. Dogs have always been a part of both my husband and my life. The bond you share with a beloved pet is unlike any other and we wanted this to be a part of
Julie started volunteering with TAGS last summer. In addition to the duties she mentions below, she has also helped the social media team by writing blog posts and taking lots of pictures of the adoptable pets for us to share on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Thanks, Julie! It all started one day when we needed dog treats…. I walked into Pet Valu with
On a cold Saturday morning in December, two TAGS volunteers, Ashley Farrugia and Shelley Willis, were on their way to a Christmas craft market. They managed to get lost along the way and decided to stop at a gas station for directions.As they were heading back to the highway, a car pulled over, the door opened, and a beagle popped out. As fast as