Author Archives: Rhonda Kay

Dusty — Ready for a Forever Home

DESPERATELY SEEKING a best friend who is gentle and kind, but who loves to play and rub my belly! This dog is adoptable. All animals listed as “adoptable” by TARC have completed fourteen days of intake quarantine and either have … Continue reading

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Ziggy — Ready for a Forever Home

DESPERATELY SEEKING a hiker, biker, or really active kid who loves to play and has a Tom Sawyer sense of adventure! This dog is adoptable. All animals listed as “adoptable” by TARC have completed fourteen days of intake quarantine and … Continue reading

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Miss Daisy–Ready for a Forever Home

DESPERATELY SEEKING a compassionate human who will see to my health needs and make sure I know I’m the most special girl in the world. This dog is adoptable. All animals listed as “adoptable” by TARC have completed fourteen days … Continue reading

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Reba–Ready for a Forever Home

DESPERATELY SEEKING a kind and gentle human with lots of patience and a quiet home. This dog is adoptable. All animals listed as “adoptable” by TARC have completed fourteen days of intake quarantine and either have been or will be … Continue reading

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Barkley–Ready for a Forever Home

DESPERATELY SEEKING a high-energy human who loves the outdoors and classic American hounds. This dog is adoptable. All animals listed as “adoptable” by TARC have completed fourteen days of intake quarantine and either have been or will be at the … Continue reading

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The Front Lines of Rescue

Things have been so busy at TARC these past few weeks that we had no choice but take a brief hiatus from blogging. We have a full house, with many more dogs and puppies than we like to keep in … Continue reading

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