November Is Adopt A Senior Pet Month. Take A Look At How Wonderful Senior Dogs Really Are!
November is Adopt A Senior Pet month. Older dogs and cats are the most difficult to find homes for, and they make up a large portion of animals that are euthanized at shelter. Even in no kill shelters, many elderly pets pass away before being adopted. We asked some of our Facebook friends on Dog Lovers to show us how much joy and love their senior pets have brought them.
Take a look at these amazing dogs, and remember them next time you’re looking to adopt!
(This is Rino, he will be 10 years old in February!
(He’ll be 15 in February.)
(My Lollipop is 12…)
(This is my girl Juju…she’s 13 years young!)
(This is Attila, he’ll be 10 next month!)
(Just said goodbye to our beautiful Huskie Sacha after 17 lovely years)
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may reside in West Michigan, but the majority of his time is spent providing a comfortable lap for his many animals. When not covered in cats, he is probably writing and drinking ridiculous amounts of coffee.