The Weekly Woof

Today another star brightly shines down upon the Rainbow Bridge.

Today another star brightly shines down upon the Rainbow Bridge.

One of our volunteers, Valerie, was called home yesterday. The entire TARA family will feel her loss, but knows that she is now beyond pain. We offer her family our thoughts and prayers. http://www.sullivanshighland.com/obits/obituary.php… Rescuer’s Rainbow Bridge Unlike most days...

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An Update on Hope (2)

An Update on Hope (2)

Hope is finally up to a reasonable weight.  She is now sixty pounds of gorgeous with silky fur and bright eyes. Her future is shaping up to be full of rest and comfort. There’s (hopefully) just one more obstacle in...

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Thank you from Gypsy

Thank you from Gypsy

T.A.R.A. mainly serves the dogs and cats in Hoke and Cumberland counties of North Carolina. Both counties have a heavy heartworm problem. At one point we had sixteen dogs we were planning on pulling from local shelters that were heartworm...

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An Update on Hope

An Update on Hope

We are astounded at the generosity of everyone that Hope’s story has touched. The inbox for our email is filled with not just donations, but with prayers and messages of strength and love. Through these combined efforts as well as...

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Restoring Hope

Restoring Hope

I had a chance to visit with Hope today. The pictures do not do her condition justice. Even after a week of intensive veterinary treatment, she still looks completely emaciated. Petting her side, you can feel each and every rib;...

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Ruby

Ruby

Ruby is a calm and affectionate girl who has lost her beloved home due to no fault of her own. Now, at six years old she is looking to find herself a quiet home with a soft couch and a...

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Woof! (Meow!)

It’s a dog’s (and cat’s) life! Welcome to the Weekly Woof. Here we will supply articles on pet care and highlight our adoptable animals.

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