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.

Thursday, 4 July 2013

Lotty...available for adoption...further update

Following my previous posts about Lotty, I am delighted to report that she is recovering very well.

Lotty was found not far from the Shelter, her leg had been hit by a car and she was bleeding and had an open wound.

 Karen got her to the vets and she was riddled with worms and her leg needed treatment, her hip is also not in the line with the other, the front leg is twisted and this has caused  a permanent limp.

However this does not stop Lotty and she loves to play and run.  If she knocks her leg then it does hurt her but Karen moves things out her way. She is full of fun and loves life now and Karen says she has never ever seen a dog so happy to be rescued.

She is around 6 months old and has since been spayed.  A medium sized, fantastic little dog.

We are hoping to get Lotty to the UK in the next few months.  She will continue to be fostered by Karen at her home until then to make sure her injured leg completely heals.

If you are interested in adopting Lotty and you live in the UK, please get in touch.

Lotty with one of Karen's dogs, Aydin.

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