Can your dog do a trick for a treat?Nakita can; look at her all decked out and ready for October 31st.This lovely sweet girl is looking for her forever home, is it you?www.animalguardian.org
LOST DOG Photo of LoganName: Logan Species: Dog (Canine) Sex: Male Size / Weight: Medium / 20.0 lbs Date of Birth: Jun 6, 2004 Coat Type: Short Smooth Coat Pattern: Tricolor Coat Colors: Black / White & Tan Tail Type: Curled Breed: 50% Mini Husky50% Pomeranian Declawed: No Identification: Logan is 5yrs old Born June/20040005456 (Tag)LOGAN (Tag) Date Lost: Oct 6, 2009 Last Seen:
For more information read this interestingarticle, here is the link as it was too long to post here. http://www.canine-health-concern.org.uk/Catherine/HealthNewsThyroid.html
Why did Oliver die?By Catherine O’Driscoll When Oliver was four years old, we awoke one morning to find that his back legs were paralysed. Although we rushed him to the vet and left him there on a steroid drip, our little boy died that afternoon. For two years, I asked every vet I met: “why?”. Eventually, I learnt that Oliver had had a fatal
Dear Friends, Animal Lovers, Animal Rescuers: Today is October 4th, the traditional feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. How lovely to have a day devoted to the Patron Saint of Animals. Whether believer or not, it’s a lovely reminder of those who have come before us, a testament to those who dedicate themselves and their lives to the voiceless, and perhaps a little
To our volunteers Michelle and Jay on the safe arrival of their first baby, abeautiful little girl Ava. Another future TAGS volunteer???
are doing great,
They told me the big black Lab’s name was Reggie as I looked at him lyingin his pen, the shelter was clean, no-kill, and the people really friendly. I’d only been in the area for six months, but everywhere I went in thesmall college town, people were welcoming and open. Everyone waves whenyou pass them on the street. But something was still missing as
If you have a website and would be interested in showcasing our pets for adoption,please contact us at 905-263-TAGS (8247) or call e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org The more exposure for our animals the faster we will find good homes.