Colleen Haig
Colleen Haig

We can all do this...I have a senior now...alpha, but I have already done this once. I adopted a 12 year old Golden. She was with us til 16 and I know it was the best 4 years of her life...I will do it again! You?

Darla Golden
Darla Golden
  • Colleen Haig

My Yellow Lab was 8 y/o when I adopted him. He's 15 now and he will be with me until his last breath. I know he's already lived past his life expectancy but the vet said he's in as good of shape as can be expected for his age.

Colleen Haig
Colleen Haig
  • Colleen Haig

:)

Fradelle Milrad
Fradelle Milrad
  • Colleen Haig

I adopted 2 senior yellow Labs and hope they will live to a very old age with quality of life. They are both spoiled rotten. I love them and would not have it any other way. My best friends.

Jacqui Purland
Jacqui Purland

I adopted a senior without even knowing! The rescue said he was 3-4 yrs old but the vet said more like 7-9 yrs old! OMG, I am in love with him and am so blessed that God placed him in my life <3 Seniors ROCK!

Darla Golden
Darla Golden
  • Jacqui Purland

Jacqui, I adopted a senior without knowing it too! The rescue said he was 3 or 4. I looked at his face starting to get grey and the rescue said he might be 5. I adopted him and two vets, independently of each other, said he was 7 or 8. That was 7 years ago so he's 15 now! I know I could have returned him to the rescue group but I was already in love. He's perfect and it was the best decision I've ever made. Senior dogs definitely rock!

Jacqui Purland
Jacqui Purland
  • Jacqui Purland

I totally agree Darla! Thank you for rescuing <3

Mary Gutiérrez
Mary Gutiérrez

please take the pledge,, they are so precious!

Terri L Dyer
Terri L Dyer

It is raw passion for our cause that keeps us fighting for the rights of animals [...] - a passion born from a broken and bleeding heart. A passion that makes it possible for us to become the "voice" of those who would otherwise never be heard. A passion that enables us to "feel" at a deeper level - a level which unites our pain with the pain of millions of animals who are suffering. It is this unity that allows our hearts to reside in a place that is sad yet insightful; dark but truthful....

It is raw passion for our cause that keeps us fighting for the rights of animals [...] - a passion born from a broken and bleeding heart. A passion that makes it possible for us to become the "voice" of those who would otherwise never be heard. A passion that enables us to "feel" at a deeper level - a level which unites our pain with the pain of millions of animals who are suffering. It is this unity that allows our hearts to reside in a place that is sad yet insightful; dark but truthful. Our inspiration is conceived from feeling pain. Our actions born from consuming this pain. Our only relief is our constant plea to the world to end the pain and suffering needlessly inflicted on our non-human friends. Friends who silently beg our heart and soul every minute of every day... I have adopted 4 seniors and they are the best loving babies.

David Snow
David Snow

I've adopted two frosted faces as of recent, Jake was with us 3 years and Rudy is still going strong. It is worth having the old guys around. As Garth Brooks said, the dance is worth it.

Kenny Williams
Kenny Williams

Please sign and share with others.

Babak Sadegh-Zadeh
Babak Sadegh-Zadeh

Pls Take the Pledge!

Nicole Brown
Nicole Brown

I met my senior dog through volunteering locally. He was so sweet I had to take him. He is priceless. They don't deserve to be in a shelter

Sharon Vasquez
Sharon Vasquez

We could learn a lot from a senior dog. Dogs are wiser, kinder, and more beautiful beings than we could ever be.

Jude Tomlinson
Jude Tomlinson

We handle rescue for a particular breed, breed but rarely get older dogs, but I have owned a few...We all deserve care when getting on in years...you don't get rid of your Grannie or parents as they get old..Do you!!

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