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December Adoptions!

Earlier this month, TAGS volunteers were thrilled when we matched November’s total and found homes for two foster dogs. It was even better when we beat it… times 4! Congratulations to all 8 dogs who found their fur-ever homes this month! Click on the image to view a larger version. Willy, a Labrador/Dalmation mix, is approximately eight months old. Willy came to TAGS from a shelter

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Great Gift Ideas for Dog Lovers

CC Image courtesy of ]babi] on Flickr With Christmas Eve just ten days away, some of you are probably finished shopping, have sailed right through wrapping and are now sitting by the fire admiring your Christmas tree, wondering what is taking Santa so long. But let’s face it: many of us are just starting! While everyone loves giving presents at Christmas, trying to think

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November Adoptions!

We are excited to announce that over the past month, two TAGS dogs have gone through the adoption process and found their fur-ever homes! Blossum, who is about 8 months old, is a smart, cuddly border collie mix who was saved from a Kentucky kill shelter along with her littermates back in September. Her brother Chappie was adopted in October, and once Chappie’s new family got to

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Cold Weather Tips for Dogs – 5 Things to Keep in Mind

Although we don’t need our balaclavas just yet, it is safe to say that we’ve had a few “one-dog nights” so far this month,  so it’s time to start thinking about the winter ahead. (“It was a ___ dog night” was an expression used by cowboys and ranchers working out on the range. They would sleep with their dogs to stay warm, describing the

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Lest We Forget

Every Remembrance Day, we pause to reflect on the men and women who lost their lives to secure our freedom. CC image courtesy of Bernt Rostad on Flickr Alongside some of these soldiers were four-legged canine partners, so this Remembrance Day, their bravery is worthy of reflection as well. Stories of dogs serving in wartime efforts extend back almost as far as the domestication

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