Adopt a Senior Pet Month
The TAGS adoption process takes a couple of weeks. First, you submit your application, and then, upon approval, you will have your “Meet and Greet,” hopefully within that week. Next comes the Home Visit, where TAGS volunteers interview you in your home, and then, presuming everyone would like to continue with the application, you will have a 1-2 week “Extended Visit.” This stage is
Foster/Forever Home Needed!
This lovely lady is in urgent need of a foster or forever home. When she was first found, she was emaciated and malnourished. She was found licking BBQ grease in someone’s backyard. Since then, she has filled out nicely and is doing very well. Her age is estimated to be about 13 and due to that, plus the fact that she has not been cared
Farewell, Becky <3
Written by Christina Smallbridge We adopted our beautiful girl Becky, one year ago this month (See Becky’s Happy Tail). Our family chose Becky because she was a senior dog at 15 years of age. We had the privilege of adopting 2 previous dogs from TAGS and our lives were enriched by the unconditional love and devotion they showed us every day. We knew it would
Featured Adoptable Dog: Jasmine!
Our volunteer and foster mom Julie sent us some useful information about her new foster dog, Jasmine! Jasmine is a 65 pound St.Bernard mix who is estimated to be about 8 years old. She has a beautiful face that beams love toward everyone she meets. Her deep, soulful eyes definitely have a way of pulling people in, and once she has them, she showers
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions…
For those who are not involved in rescue, some of the policies and practices of a rescue group may seem odd. While many of the policies are put in place due to past experiences, the decisions rescue groups make can sometimes be more puzzling. When I originally got involved in rescue, I was preparing myself for some really difficult situations. Many of the reactions