These dogs are missed.

Listed Chronologically

Georgia G

It is with heavy hearts we say goodbye to a beloved Tails dog, Georgia. Georgia was the definition of a good dog – always sweet, a charming personality, and easy-going nature. Tails-A-Wagging has the privilege of caring for Georgia for many wonderful years. She dazzled all the staff and clients with her uniquely soulful eyes. We are so thankful that we got to share Georgia with her family. We love and miss you Georgia.


Soupy Sails

With great sadness we must share the passing of our beloved Soupy Sails. It’s been a week since he passed but I have just now been able to put it into words. You see Soupy was my dog Percy’s best friend. We have been lucky enough to have been caring for Soupy for many years. He was a true joy and brought us nothing but complete love and smiles every week. When my Percy came to the end of his life this year, one of the only things that could perk him up after a chemotherapy treatment was seeing Soupy. Soupy could get him to play again, eat again and run around again. We love you Soupy, for all you did for Tails, the dogs and for me.


Carlo W

We said good bye to one of our dear friends, sweet Carlo. we have been caring for him since 2008 and have enjoyed every minute we have had with him. His bounce, his drool, his magic skill to catch treats, his ability to get just about any dog to play and chase was uncanny. We will forever love you, Droolius Caesar. Forever in our hearts. Cancer is a bitch.

toby w

toby w

A gentleman’s dog… Toby came to day care for many, many years. For the last few, you would see him up front hanging out in the office. His older bones could no longer take the little puppy paws jumping on him and he earned the right to be Angi’s right pawed guy. He “loved” (ha ha) when Tails would foster kittens in the lobby, as they would always gravitate to him when they go to be out during play time. Such a tolerant dog. Toby was also a volunteer at the WHS Reading Program. He will be missed by so many people.


cara mia m

Cara-Mia was the mother bear to all the puppies at TAW. She helped them learn their manners and was such a love bug. Playing ball and tug-of-war were favorite pass-times, as well as spending time in her igloo. She is missed every day.