Nakoma our recent winner at Grad Class. A beautiful young husky!!
Many years ago I had the privledge of attending Catherine O’Driscoll’s seminar inToronto. Her book “What Vets don’t tell you about Vaccines” was a must read.We were only minutes into the seminar listening how Catherine had lost her beloved Goldens to vaccine reaction, it was hard to fight back the tears.We are adding her website info here, so you have a point of reference
This handsome boy is neutered and up to date on vaccinations.He is gentle, good with dogs, and well mannered.To meet Buddy call 905 2638247 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever worried how you would get your dog back if he somehow got lost? It’s not the sort of thing that we like to think of as pet owners, but it happens every day. But there is something you can do to help make sure your dog gets home safe to you if the unthinkable ever happens – MICROCHIP YOUR PET!!! TAGS
Please read!!! If you are the owner of a dog that belongs to a ‘dangerous breed’ category and you also have a small child please take this as a warning. Don’t leave your dog with the child unattended under any circumstances.Only a very short time was enough for the following to happen. See the photo…………….
These two sweet beagles are currently for adoption through our program.Sharing a cozy spot on the chair together what could be more relaxing!!Consider adopting one or even both of these cuties!!
With the popularity of Disney movies like this one (I personally found it very entertaining) there is always a concern that people will rush out to get a dog like the one in the movie without considering if it is the right pet for them. Chihuahuas make great pets, but make sure that you are prepared for life with one of these adorable little
It is with a sad heart that I say a final goodbye to Maggie May, as she died on Thursday, February 26th after a short and sudden illness. Some of my fondest TAGS memories are of Maggie. She and I came into the program around the same time in January ’03. All of Maggie’s new puppies quickly found their forever homes, but Maggie was
The Toronto Sun ran a story today about an impending ban on dogs at beaches in the city, either on or off leash. The owners of offending pooches face a $200-$300 fine. Read the story or watch the video at www.torontosun.com/dogs