In Part 1, we revealed the winners of awards such as Prom King and Prom Queen. Then, we showcased the adoptable pets who stand out for having interesting and unique qualities, such as Best Bark or Best Eyes, in Part 2. Today we present the third and final category of awards. Most Likely To… To find out more about
Last Friday we posted the first batch of awards the TAGS adoptable pets gave out to each other during a recent celebration. Today we are excited to present the next category of awards…the “Bests.” Please check back again on Friday, September 13, for the third and final batch of TAGS Awards, the “Most Likely To…” category! It sounds like a yodel mixed with a bark! (Shorty
Unbeknownst to the volunteers at TAGS, the adoptable pets had a party recently where they passed out yearbook-style awards to each other! While I’m not 100 per cent sure why they would do this, I suspect it’s because every dog who is adopted through TAGS participates in a behaviour training class, and graduation day is very exciting for everyone involved. Perhaps the adoptable pets
Written by Lindsey Sjouwerman, Marketing Coordinator, Speedpro Imaging We survive the heat, so why can’t they? The fact is that heat is extremely detrimental to a dog’s health—young or old. It’s not the heat per se that will affect a young dog; it is more likely the overexertion due to puppy power. As for old dogs, it’s temperature: the heat gets harder and harder to handle as
This is part one of our miniseries about famous dogs, where we share fun facts from the extraordinary lives of famous pets—behind-the-scenes, heartwarming details and much more to follow. Homeward Bound (1993) Did you know … … that they used four American bulldogs and four golden retrievers in the movie? … that they used eight Himalayan cats for the role of Sassy? … that
Some dogs are small and some are big. The end. Just kidding. Today’s post is less about actual size and more about how small dogs are treated compared to their larger canine friends because how we treat small dogs has, in many ways, facilitated the widespread notion that all small dogs bark a lot and are aggressive. As a TAGS volunteer, I have met
Jill having fun at the Furry Friends 5K on Sunday. Throughout the event, Jill wore a race shirt that identified her as a dog up for adoption. Make sure she doesn’t need this shirt next year. Put in an application to adopt Jill! This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.
Boomer could not be happier in his new home, where he has become a full-time soccer player! This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.
On Sunday, May 26, 2013, all are welcome to attend the Paws for Mental Health 2k Paws-a-Thon Dog Walk! Where/WhenSunday, May 26, 201310:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences700 Gordon Street, Whitby Did you know that 1 in 5 Canadians experience mental
I am a wannabe long-distance runner. I like running because of all the usual reasons: it’s good exercise; it gives you an endorphin boost; you can do it anytime you want; it’s free; you can go alone and reflect or go with a friend and make it social…. The list goes on. But honestly? I also really like it because it doesn’t involve catching,