By Nomi Berger Have you thought of adding some new and different resolutions to your traditional New Year’s list? Have you ever thought of getting involved in the world of rescue, but didn’t quite know how? Here then, are twelve different ways – one for each month of the year – for you to resolve to make a difference in the lives of rescue
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On Monday, January 20, TAGS was invited to The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) and Durham College for “Blue Monday.” From Left: Brandy, Biscotti, Sheldon and Claudia are loving the attention! This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
…and so do we! This photo was taken of Izzy at our summer Jamboree. Izzy is still up for adoption! This is a blog hop. Check out the other blogs on BlogPaws by clicking on the image below!
Dear fellow volunteers, I simply do not say it enough – you guys are amazing! This weekend alone, this is what we have going on: PETSMART – Saturday and Sunday Every weekend we feature adoptable dogs at PetSmart Whitby, and some weekends we also have a booth set up at Pet Valu locations. This requires: – a volunteer to schedule the dogs who will be
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
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
2013 was our best year yet for the blog and for TAGS social media in general. It was the first year where we had a regularly updated blog, Facebook page, and Twitter account. We find these resources to be instrumental in helping animals find homes and couldn’t do it without your support! Thank you for liking, commenting, and sharing our content. We welcome any
Gia (formerly Rya) graduated from her TAGS obedience course recently. <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
“Ahhhh yes, don’t stop, human!” This dog right here is Chester. He is available for adoption through the TAGS program. Are you thinking of adopting? Click here for pets available for adoption from TAGS. We might just have the perfect companion for you! Like what you see in Chester? Click here to fill out an application to meet him!