Dogster Magazine & More Love Tails of Joy Rescue

Tails of Joy rescue has been getting some excellent press lately and we couldn’t be prouder. We have been reading “Dogster” magazine forever, so to be honored in our favorite magazine is incredible. These wonderful articles describe what we do so well. After reading them, we know you’ll want to buy some unique items on our Shopping Page, and maybe donate too, because we do so much good. Enjoy!


Could we be any prouder to be named a “Dogster Hero” in our favorite magazine, Dogster? Nope, we could not! See all we do, and maybe we can help you too. Thanks Amber Avines for such a great story.

Elayne Boosler’s Tails of Joy Helps the Smallest, Neediest Rescues

Beau and Elayne
Beau and Elayne





Yes, “Lick Magazine”!! I’d rather be in “Lick” and talk about saving pets, than get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Well, almost. Thanks Daniel Dicriscio for the shout out to us, and for helping get the word out about how rescued animals make the best pets.



Tails of Joy and Elayne were extremely honored to be the featured cover story in the holiday, year end edition of California’s only free magazine for pet lovers, The Pet Press. Read the full article here. The Pet Press has been an invaluable resource for Southern California for the last fifteen years, and has helped make life so much better for animals and their people. Thanks Lori Golden for featuring us again.



Q&A: Elayne Boosler — TheaterJones (Dallas), March 2016

TheaterJones North Texas Performing Arts News by Amy Martin Tuesday, March 15, 2016 Dallas. Our show in Dallas benefits Paws in the City rescue. 

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National Geographic Magazine

Elayne Boosler and the Barbi Twins; friends and rescuers.
The Three Barbi Twins (Shane, Sia, and Elayne)

Passionate animal activists The Barbi Twins interview Elayne for National Geographic.

Barbi Twins: If you were to describe yourself as an animal, what animal would you pick?

Elayne: A comedian.

Read the whole interview here on National Geographic:
No Funny Business in Animal Rescue: Interview with Comedian Elayne Boosler