By Nomi Berger Millions of dogs and cats go missing each year. Unfortunately, very few of them are ever reunited with their owners. Many of them become and remain strays. Others are taken to pounds or shelters, where they are either adopted out to new homes or, all too often, euthanized. Now protective pet parents, no longer content with relying on collars and tags
Yes, this is what many people say about The Animal Guardian Society’s very own Microchip Clinics. It has become a tradition now to offer inexpensive microchip services for pet owners in the Toronto and Durham Region area. We, as an animal rescue group know how important it is to microchip your pets. With the rather expensive options out there, we also know that many
TAGS can microchip your pet for only $30 at various Pet Valu locations. Find out more about microchipping from this blog post or visit our website for microchipping dates. Promotional poster of one of our microchip clinics TAGS volunteers (and Boomer) waiting for customers TAGS bulletin board at the entrance of the clinic Needle (still in the protective cap) attached to a plunger gun
Dixie is up for adoption! Dixie is a beautiful 1.5-year-old Labrador retriever mix. She came into The Animal Guardian Society‘s care a year ago from a Kentucky pound when she was only a puppy. Her arrival to Canada was adventurous! We laugh at this story now, but it wasn’t so hilarious when it happened. She has always been a shy girl who doesn’t trust
Fireworks – CC image courtesy of bortescristian on Flickr New Year’s Eve is almost here, and so is snow and freezing cold! You have to leave the house with several layers of clothing just to make sure you won’t get cold. Does it sound familiar? Imagine if you are not prepared at all and have to spend some nights out there in a snowstorm.