About T.A.G

T.A.G. is committed to saving the animals of Turkey! Please donate today and save a life from the harsh streets these animals are born on!
We have our own private shelter set up to rehabilitate, rehome, neuter, give medical treatment to so many animals. Mission to rescue sick, stray, injured and starving animals from the streets of Turkey and to rehome these animals to loving homes throughout the world.
T.A.G. is also committed to promoting trap, neuter and release programs throughout Turkey as well as helping to educate Turkish animal shelters in the proper care of its animals.

Company Overview
The Turkish Animal Group (T.A.G.) is a registered charity and our number is 1148352 - we are based in Turkey and United Kingdom.
T.A.G. was founded by Karen Wren after she visited Turkey for the first time in 2002 when she witnessed the horrific living conditions animals were forced to deal with in Turkey day in and day out. From that day forward, Karen knew that the rest of her life would be committed to helping the animals of Turkey.

Saturday, 22 June 2013

Jake...adopted by Annie



Jake has been with us since late August 2012 and I don’t know how we filled our time before he arrived.  Most days now revolve around where we are going for a walk  or how we are going to detangle all the burrs and grass seeds from Jake’s fur after our  day out.  

Whether we’re in Bodrum or the village, he’s the ideal companion on any outing. For a one year old dog, he is very well travelled and has been to most archaeological sites in the region. When he first arrived he wasn’t so keen on the car. He’d get in OK but was reluctant to get out. I think he had probably been dumped on to a busy road from a car and was determined not to let it happen again.   In his first month with us, he’d cower at the sound of any approaching engine but after a winter walking in Bodrum he doesn’t bat an eyelid.

Jake’s not much a swimmer but he’s happy on boats and we’re thinking of introducing him to kayaking once I can locate a doggy lifejacket.  For the full story go to : backtobodrum.blogspot.co#7FC5D6

We are so thankful to Karen at TAG for rescuing this lovely dog and I wish all her charges a happy home.  In the meantime I know they have a safe place to sleep and a full tummy.

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