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Boomer’s Happy Tail—Every Dog Deserves a Second Chance (Part 2)

Part 1 of this article can be found in our June newsletter. Click here to read it. We had a dog, Buddy, for 11 years. We rescued him from the Port Perry pound when he was a puppy, but we had to say goodbye to Buddy last October. At first, we all agreed not to get another dog. As time passed and the emptiness remained, though, our

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Featured Adoptable Dog: Boomer

Boomer doesn’t mind the snow. Never Lose Anything Again Are you sometimes forgetful? You don’t remember where you left your keys or wallet? We have an excellent candidate for keeping things in order for you: Boomer! Boomer believes that once you’ve touched something and left it in a different spot than usual, he has to make it his personal assignment to bring it back

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Fundraising Initiatives & Upcoming Events

We have some AMAZING fundraising initiatives on the go right now and, as usual, several events to get excited about. Please share, share, share with your family and friends! We appreciate your support and it goes a long way.   1. SPONSOR A DOG: A one-time donation of $20 gets you a kit which includes a letter from the dog of your choice, stickers,

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Top 10 Blog Posts of 2013

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

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All Dogs Are Working Dogs

Libby When I was speaking with my sister recently about her Yorkie, Libby, who is almost two years old, she was telling me how she finds Libby’s typically fearless terrier behaviour endearing. I got a sense that she believed it was just Libby specifically who has this “attitude,” so I thought I would make her aware of the background of Yorkshire terribles terriers. My

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Why I Volunteer: Nick

And Why You Should Too. Without a doubt, animal rescue is a morally righteous hobby. It is hard to disagree when you look at the state of animal welfare in our society, from general overpopulation, punitive training techniques, to puppy mills. But everyone finds their way into activities in different ways, and mine was purely self-serving. I grew up with a family dog. After

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