Senior Sunday – The Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League

This weeks Senior Sunday post focus’ on the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League based in Washington, DC.

Note: The Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc. adopts to the following states only: MD, DE, WASH DC., VA, WV, NJ, SOUTH CENTRAL & EASTERN PA, NY.

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From the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League in Washington, DC. website

The Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc. (MAGDRL) was organized in 1979 to serve the seven states of the Mid-Atlantic region. The organization is a DC corporation and has a charitable tax-expemption under 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.

MAGDRL is staffed completely by volunteers. Like all humane groups, MAGDRL is in the unique position of helping both humans and pets. In our case, the pets are Great Danes and mixed Dane dogs, and the people are those who have or want the companionship of the breed or, often, just dogs in general.

MAGDRL helps people to:
  • Determine the right breed of dog for their lifestyle
  • Find healthy and companionable Danes that fit their circumstances
  • Find loving replacement homes for Danes they can no longer keep
  • Become knowledgeable about the care and training of their Great Danes
  • Resolve their Danes physical/behavioral problem
  • Overcome the grief at the loss of their loved pet
  • Stretch their tax dollar by assuming the Dane burden from public shelters
MAGDRL helps Danes:
  • By providing for the rescue and care of those who have been abandoned, neglected, and/or abused by their previous owners
  • We spay/neuter and provide medical treatment as necessary to return the Dane back to good health
  • We supply training/socialization to ensure their adaptability to new, good homes
  • We work to place rescue Danes to people who provide secure, loving, and healthy homes

Great Dane on Hind Legs

 


Seniors have a lot to teach, we just need to be willing to watch, listen, and learn… (Divinity’s Dad, 2012)


 

Here are some, but not all of the senior dogs currently available for adoption from The Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League in Washington, DC.

Diamond

Diamond

  • Cats: Good with cats
  • Dogs: Good with other dogs
  • Children: Unknown with children

Diamond is a 7-1/2 year old mantle female with natural ears. Unfortunately just as Diamond came into rescue, she came into heat, so she will be on hold until she can be spayed. Diamond is just that… a perfect Diamond! She loves having her belly rubbed and her ears scratched. She could snuggle for hours, laying her head on your lap. Diamond is good with other dogs, and has been fine with the cats in her foster home. She is unknown with children. Diamond would love a nice, quiet home where she could be a couch potato. Diamond came to MAGDRL in October 2018.

To learn more about Diamond, click the link to her Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue LeagueAdoption page

 

Joker & Lady

Joker & Lady

  • Cats: Not good with cats
  • Dogs: Good with large dogs
  • Children: 12+ years old

Note: Joker & Lady are currently on medical hold.

Joker & Lady are a bonded pair who we would like to adopt out together.These two are very good together and Lady relies heavily on Joker due to her having eyesight issues.

Lady is an almost 4 year old mantle female who looks like she’s had a rough life. She is very skittish when she first meets someone but calms enough to say hello once her Dane brother, Joker, greets the new person. Lady comes with some scars on her, including missing a bit of one ear. She has some issues with her paws and hips that we will look into after she is spayed. Lady has almost full cataracts and has little vision as a result so she has to lift her head a little so she can see you. She will be going to an eye specialist to see if she is a good candidate for surgery.

Lady misses being able to see; she will chase after her foster brother for a few steps when he runs outside, and then just cries. She needs a buddy dog or human pretty much at all times to help her to get around with confidence. Lady bonds very quickly to one person in her house and is very dependent on them. She is very much a Velcro Dane – she likes to be within touching distance when her person, especially when they are moving. She loves to go for walks, and walks well on harness, but constantly checks in on her person. Lady has a very deep bark and enjoys meeting new dogs, or just barking at ones she hears. She is loving having several beds to sleep on and is a big fan of treats. Lady would do best in a house with a person who is home most of the time or with a confident dog. Lady has no idea how big she is, so she would do best in a home with no small children. Given her health issues she will be on Medical Hold until we can get her feeling better and her eyes assessed by a specialist.

Joker is a 9-year old merle who is in great shape. Joker’s goal in life is to be pet by someone at almost all times. He will use his head to lift your arm up so you can pet him. The rest of the time, he wants to either go on walks or protect the home from squirrels. Because of his high prey drive, we recommend no small dogs or cats. Joker is a very social dog and likes to meet people and give them big leans. He greets dogs of all sizes well on leash. Joker came to the rescue intact, and because of his age, we will not be neutering him. Joker loves his Dane sister, Lady, and likes to clean her ears and try to get her to play. He does not like not knowing where she is, so will stop for her on walks and will follow her around the house. Joker has met kids on leash fine, but he does not know what to do with them off leash, so he would do best in a home with kids ages 12+.

Joker & Lady came to MAGDRL in October 2018.

To learn more about Joker & Lady, click the link to their Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue LeagueAdoption page

 

Lulu

Lulu

  • Cats: Good with cats
  • Dogs: Good with other dogs
  • Children: 12+ years old

Lulu is a 7-year old black female with natural ears who came to MAGDRL after being dropped off at a shelter. Lulu is a very sweet Velcro Dane who wants to be near (preferably touching) her people. She has no separation anxiety and she is great left on her own. She’ll follow you to the door and cry a little, but then settles. She sits on the couch like a human, is polite on the leash, and knows basic commands (but is slow about her sit because of arthritis).

Lulu is active for her age and likes to run in the backyard. She enjoys walks and gets excited when she sees the leash. She is smart (quickly figured out the dog door by watching her Dane siblings). Lulu has no food, toy or bone aggression. Lulu is underweight and needs to gain about pounds, but won’t eat a lot in a single sitting, so smaller more frequent meals work best for her. She also has a cancerous mass on her tail that she will be undergoing surgery for, which is why she’s on medical hold. Lulu has a shy and nervous personality and doesn’t like the rough play of her younger Dane siblings. She needs a quieter home with older children and as a solo dog or with older, or calm, dogs. In the right home where she can bond to her humans we know she will blossom! Lulu came to MAGDRL in September 2018. (4)

To learn more about Lulu, click the link to her Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue LeagueAdoption page

 

Scarlett

Scarlett

  • Cats: Unknown with cats
  • Dogs: Good with other dogs
  • Children: Unknown with children

Scarlett is an 8-year old fawn female with natural ears. She is just as sweet as can be, loves cuddles and snuggles, and anything similar! Scarlett loves laying on her soft dog bad, and going for walks. She would be great for a quiet home where she can relax all day, and maybe sneak a piece of human food every now and then. She is a great listener, and will sit with you for hours while you talk and pet her. Scarlett came to MAGDRL in October 2018.

To learn more about Scarlett, click the link to her Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue LeagueAdoption page

Note: You will need to scroll down near the bottom of the page to see Scarlett’s adoption info.

 


 

Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League contact links

To learn about all the dogs, that the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League has available for adoption, click the following links:

Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League Website

Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League Facebook

Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League Twitter

Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League All Available Dogs for Adoption

 



 

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Senior Sunday – Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

This weeks Senior Sunday post focus’ on the Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue in Denver, CO.

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From the Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue website

Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to the rehoming of unwanted, abandoned, and abused Saint Bernards and Saint Bernard mixes.

The Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue was founded in 1997.

If you are considering adopting a Saint Bernard, we hope you will consider adopting from the Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue.

We have new adoptable dogs coming into rescue all the time. Check back often.

Please keep in mind that we are an ALL volunteer organization and ALL our foster dogs are in private foster homes.

Pros and Cons

Intelligence

Pro: Saints are very intelligent and learn very easily. Once learned, a lesson is never forgotten.

Con: Saints are very intelligent and learn quickly. They are also very independent and need rules to follow consistently. They never forget and can learn a bad habit just as readily as a good one.

Temperment

Pro: Good Saints are sweet, patient, and gentle. They have a sense of property and are protective of both their family and place.

Con: Bad Saints can be overly guardy and aggressive about property. They can also be hyperactive and very destructive. Saints with poor temperament are more dangerous because of their incredible strength and agility.

SIZE:

Pro: A Saint’s enormous size is very impressive – that alone makes him a deterrent to any sort of wrongdoer.

Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

 


Seniors have a lot to teach, we just need to be willing to watch, listen, and learn… (Divinity’s Dad, 2012)


 

Here are some, but not all of the senior dogs currently available for adoption from the Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue.

Sierra

Sierra

Sierra is a dainty lady who weights 120-pounds and was born on 10/26/2009. Sierra does not like small to medium dogs, and is not cat friendly. Sierra is both House-trained and Crate-trained.

Sweet, lovable Sierra is a 7-year old smooth coat female Saint Bernard who craves a high level of attention and interaction. She is GREAT with kids and loves to get as much attention as a loving family could provide. She would do best in as the only dog in the family because she craves interaction with her humans. Sierra is an extremely loving pet who loves meeting everyone and is anxious to get love whenever she can.

To learn more about Sierra, click the link to her Colorado Saint Bernard RescueAdoption page

 

Romeo

Romeo

Romeo was born on 06/01/2011, and weighs 130-pounds, which is a good weight for him. Romeo is both House-trained and Crate-trained.

Romeo was picked up as a stray in Wyoming. His owner never came which was very depressing to him. In fact, he was so depressed that he would not eat at all in the shelter. The shelter became very worried about him and contacted the Colorado St. Bernard Rescue because they knew that Romeo would be in a foster home and out of a kennel.

Now that Romeo is in a foster home, he is doing much better. He loves to go on walks (he is GREAT on a leash), and he likes to just lay around. Romeo is a VERY tall boy. He does have arthritis in his knees but supplements are really helping.

Romeo is looking for a quiet home that will let him live out his senior years. He does make a great foot warmer.

To learn more about Romeo, click the link to his Colorado Saint Bernard RescueAdoption page

 

Pixie

Pixie

Pixie was born on 12/31/2013. Pixie is both dog and cat friendly, and is also house and crate trained.

Hi, my name is Pixie because I am a very small size but I make up for my size with my heart. Everyone I meet tells me that I am the sweetest saint.

I like all my foster brothers and sisters, in fact, I like all dogs and cats. My favorite thing is to sit next to people and have them hold my paw and tell me stories.

To learn more about Pixie, click the link to her Colorado Saint Bernard RescueAdoption page

 

Mystique (Not yet Senior)

Mystique

Mystique was born on 12/27/2012 and weighs 105-pounds. Mystique is dog-friendly, and is good with proper introductions. She does like to play!

She is a 5-year old rough coat Saint Bernard that is in great health. She is house trained and crate trained. She would prefer to be by your feet or sitting on the couch next to you. She loves people and will go belly up when meeting new friends.

Mystique LOVES toys and will keep herself entertained for hours.

To learn more about Mystique, click the link to her Colorado Saint Bernard RescueAdoption page

 

Katie

Katie

Katie was born on 3/29/2011 and weighs 115-pounds. Katie does not do well with other dogs, but she is cat friendly. Katie is also house and crate trained.

Katie is looking for a second chance in a home that will provide her the love every dog should have. Rescued by CSBR, this sweet girl was neglected for the first three years of her life in a small pen. Katie is very protective of her family and is looking for a furever family that will love her unconditionally and give her the pampered life all dogs crave.

To learn more about Katie, click the link to her Colorado Saint Bernard RescueAdoption page

 


 

Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue contact links

To learn about all the dogs, that the Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue has available for adoption, click the following links:

Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue Website

Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue Facebook

Colorado Saint Bernard RescueYouTube

Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue All Available Dogs for Adoption

 



 

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Senior Sunday – Guardian Angel Basset Rescue

This weeks Senior Sunday post focus’ on the Guardian Angel Basset Rescue in Dwight, IL

Guardian Angel Basset Rescue

 


 

 

From the Guardian Angel Basset Rescue website

The basics of Guardian Angel Basset Rescue are simple – GABR rescues Basset Hounds from Illinois, Eastern Missouri and Indiana that find themselves in bad situations. Once the Basset is in our possession, we provide the needed vet care – that cost is our largest expense. After he leaves the vet, our new friend goes to one of our wonderful foster homes. Without the foster homes we have, our organization would disintegrate. After the foster home evaluates the dog, our adoption coordinators help the Basset find a good home. But we do more than rescue Bassets.

GABR continues to be a major force in our lives and in the lives of the thousands of Bassets that have been rescued. GABR is also very important to the people who adopt these dogs.

Guardian Angel is also here to help when the time comes for an owner to find an answer to a pending problem. We often find ourselves helping place Bassets whose owners have to go into assisted living. With simply no way for them to keep their beloved Basset, they or their families contact GABR for help. And we are there to provide the help that they need.

Giving up a lifelong pet is never easy and, many times, it’s not the right thing to do. But these days, there are many reasons in life that make surrendering a Basset the best choice for everyone involved. And it is certainly not the time to be judgmental about the relinquishment. It’s time for understanding.

Because of this responsibility we have accepted, it’s very important for us to make sure our financial future is secure.  GABR operates on a basis of fiscal accountability – our donors know that and continue to support us because of how we operate. Many of our supporters have made a major long-term commitment to us by naming us in their estate planning. I invite you to talk with me if you’d like to consider that in your estate.

Our Basset Friends Forever members are the cornerstone of our financial stability. Each member has chosen to donate automatically each month through their credit card or checking account. With over 200 BFF members, our cash flow is much more predictable.

All Bassets are Super Heroes

 


Seniors have a lot to teach, we just need to be willing to watch, listen, and learn… (Divinity’s Dad, 2012)


 

Here are some, but not all of the senior dogs currently available for adoption from the Guardian Angel Basset Rescue.

Lila

Queen Lila

Because of Lila’s heartbreaking survival story of being abandoned and living under a porch for two years, she was crowned Waddle Queen of 2018. Not all of our rescues are given up because they have issues. Some just have bad owners. Lila wore her crown proudly and represented all the homeless bassets who need another chance at a loving home. There are more pictures on the home page of our website.

Lila loves leisurely walks and is good on leash. She does well with the other bassets and non-bassets in her foster home. She also did very well at the Waddle with all the other bassets. She can be a little “standoffish” when meeting new dogs but will get over it very quickly. She is
housetrained and will enter a crate for a cookie but she really doesn’t need one. Lila’s medical needs were obviously neglected. She was diagnosed with Heartworm, Hookworms and Ehrlichia. Further testing revealed Cushings and the other treatments had to wait until that was stabilized. She will be on medication the rest of life, but that won’t stop her from making her senior years, the best years! She has shown no ill effects from her other treatments and loves being in a home environment. She may get a little anxious when you leave at first, but that is understandable considering she was left behind.

Lila is 10-years old and has arthritis, so a home on one level would be ideal or just a couple of steps to the outside. She feels good and is a happy girl and would be an ideal companion for the right person

To learn more about Lila, click the link to the Guardian Angel Basset RescueAdoption page

 

Fred (a handsome young guy!)

Fred

As you can see, Fred is a gorgeous 4-year old boy weighing in at 57-lbs. He’s had 2-owners in his short life and not a very good beginning. His first owners neglected him and kept him outside.  When his breeder found out, she took him back and adopted him out again. By that time he was 1-year old. He had developed separation anxiety and followed his humans everywhere in the house and wasn’t fully house trained. Naturally they felt sorry for him and gave him privileges like sitting on the sofa, etc. They also felt Fred needed a companion to help with his anxiety, so they adopted a female basset. Fred wasn’t interested in her attention and would get jealous. He got territorial while sitting next to his owner on the sofa when the small granddaughter reached for him, he snapped at her, and it was time for him to go again.

When you first meet Fred he is a little hesitant, but it doesn’t take him long to want to sit in your lap and own you. We feel it would be best to adopt him out as an only dog to an owner who has the time and experience to help Fred with his trust and anxiety issues. Outside of the home, Fred seems to be fine with other dogs…just not in the home.

Once he is in the right home, he will be a wonderful companion. Fred deserves that chance in life.

To learn more about Fred, click the link to the Guardian Angel Basset RescueAdoption page

 

Sheba

Sheba

Sheba is a sweet 10-year old girl who came to GABR almost 1-year ago. She was given up because her family moved and she was tied outside to a doghouse, she was not allowed in the house. She was so afraid and confused, not knowing what was happening to her. And, add to all of this, Sheba is deaf, has Cushings disease and has a little arthritis.

Sheba has blossomed since joining her foster home. At first, she was too scared to go  outside, probably worried she would not be allowed back inside, but all that has changed.  She is in and out all the time and enjoys the smells of the yard.

Sheba loves to eat, sleep, go for walks and admire herself in the mirror. Her deafness is not a problem; she understands hand signals and knows the household routine, and on the positive side, she is not afraid of thunder, fireworks or the vacuum cleaner.

Although Sheba lives with 3-foster siblings, it took her quite a while to adjust to them. She would be happiest as an only dog, but it’s not a must.

Sheba is house trained, crate trained, does not get on the furniture, counter-surf or beg at the table.

If you are looking for a wonderful companion and a loving shadow, Sheba is the right girl for you!

To learn more about Sheba, click the link to the Guardian Angel Basset RescueAdoption page

 

Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell had just turned 8-years old and had puppies 8-weeks prior to GABR taking her into rescue. Bell was a breeder’s dog and getting too old. She obviously had many litters. After she was cleared of her infections, she was spayed and given a “tuck.” She not only looks great, but feels great too.

Bell was not used to staying in a house and was very shy. She had a few accidents at first, but now is very comfortable around the house and doing very well with her training. Bell likes to sleep on a dog bed at night and doesn’t need to be crated when you’re gone.

Bell loves the attention she gets at her foster home and will appreciate all the love you can give!

To learn more about Tinkerbell, click the link to the Guardian Angel Basset RescueAdoption page

 

Melody

Melody

Melody is a sweet little girl of about 9 years who came to us about a month ago, and she has been staying with one of our foster families. Melody’s owner had taken another job and could no longer provide the love and attention she desperately needs. After having a non-cancerous growth removed from her leg, she was spayed and treated for a bladder infection.

Melody loves her crate, rumples her blanket, and makes herself comfy in there when she’s not running the basset trails in the backyard with her foster brother. For her age, Melody is amazingly quick, limber, and agile, and can keep pace with a Golden Retriever. She had a “melodious” voice, for sure, and perhaps where she got her name.

Melody warms up to a larger dog after they work out their pecking order, but will try to horde all the attention. We haven’t any cats or children, so can’t say how she will do around them. That said, she has never shown aggression toward her humans or strangers, choosing caution instead. She will protect her food from another dog, but I can reach into her bowl while she is eating without her reacting at all.

Melody is a very “soft” dog, very hand-shy, and does not respond to harsh words or loud voices — they make her coil-up in fear. But she is never too tired, hungry, or otherwise busy to stop for tummy-rubs. If you’ve rubbed her tummy once, all you need is to just stop and look at her and she will immediately roll-over in anticipation.

Melody will do best in a home where she can lots of love & attention. Although we do all we can to keep her off the furniture, she will climb up onto furniture if left on her own. She loves crawling up onto your lap and making herself available to all the love you will have to share with her.

To learn more about Melody, click the link to the Guardian Angel Basset RescueAdoption page

 

Scooter

Scooter

If only dogs could talk!

Perhaps then 8-year old Scooter could tell us why he came to be found as a stray, suffering from a hernia that badly needed attention, and why he is so fearful of crates and confinement.

We do know that he at one time had been well cared for and has house manners. He knows “sit”, “lay down”, and is house trained. He does not counter surf or beg at the table. He desperately wants to be with people, and seems to love all people he meets. He does not jump on people when greeting them. We know he absolutely hates the crate, becomes desperate to escape, and even when confined to a room alone, will bark and howl for someone to be with him.

When he came into rescue, it was found that some of his teeth were worn down and some even fractured, from trying to chew his way out of a crating situation, such that he had to have calming medications to stay confined at the clinic.

Once in his foster home and with people, he was calm as long as he was with the family. As long as his bed was on the floor next to his human’s bed, he would go right to sleep, where he would stay until morning when they got up.

When left on his own in the house, he roamed the house, but did not get into anything or chew on anything. Instead he watched out the picture window for them to return. He is definitely a companion dog who wants to be with his people whenever he can.

He gets along with the family chihuahua, who is a submissive dog, but does not like very large dogs. He loves riding in the car, and is a great traveler who will settle right down in the back seat.

If you are looking for a velcro dog for a companion, Scooter is your dog. He is content to just be with you, wherever you are. For the price of sharing your life with him, he will give you many hours of loyalty and love.

To learn more about Scooter, click the link to the Guardian Angel Basset RescueAdoption page

Bella

Miss Bella

This adorable, friendly and sweet girl is Miss Bella. She came to GABR because her owner needed to go to assisted living. We were here for her and she has proved to be a very resilient girl who adores any and all attention, and absolutely loves her belly rubs. Although she is 10-years old, she still likes to prance around the yard with her doggy friends whom she is wonderful with. She is house-trained and crate trained although crating is not necessary as she is a good girl and doesn’t get into anything.

Check back soon as we learn more about this special and beautiful girl who is waiting for her forever home to come and find her.

To learn more about Bella, click the link to the Guardian Angel Basset RescueAdoption page

 


 

Guardian Angel Basset Rescue contact links

To learn about all the dogs, that the Guardian Angel Basset Rescue has available for adoption, click the following links:

Guardian Angel Basset Rescue Website

Guardian Angel Basset Rescue Facebook

Guardian Angel Basset Rescue Twitter

* Guardian Angel Basset Rescue – All Available Dogs for Adoption

 



 

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Meet Suzie from Bob’s House for Dogs

Previously, I’ve written about Bob’s House for Dogs in Eleva, WI, but today’s Thanksgiving post is about a special lady who is seeking a Furever Home!

Meet Suzie

Suzie

This beautiful 11-year old lady will suck you in and make you smile, with her amber eyes, smile, and silly personality. She is all heart!

Susie came to us 92-1/2 pounds. We had her to the doctor and did a full workup on this lovely lady. With the help of her thyroid meds for hypothyroidism, she has lost 20-pounds and is more active than ever!

Suzie

Suzie loves playing in the yard, lounging inside, doing a little stand up comedy once in a while, and being around people. She doesn’t enjoy kids, so a home without children would be required.

Suzie

To learn more about Suzie, click the link to her Bob’s House for DogsAdoption page

 


Seniors have a lot to teach, we just need to be willing to watch, listen, and learn… (Divinity’s Dad, 2012)


 

Bob’s House for Dogs contact links

To learn about all the dogs, that the Bob’s House for Dogs has available for adoption, click the following links:

Bob’s House for Dogs Website

Bob’s House for Dogs Facebook

Bob’s House for Dogs Twitter

Bob’s House for Dogs Instagram

Bob’s House for Dogs All Available Dogs for Adoption

 


 

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Senior Sunday – Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary

This weeks Senior Sunday post focus’ on Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary in Simi Valley, CA

Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary


 

From the Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary website

Wise Tails – A Senior Dog Sanctuary, a 501(c)(3) organization, rescues mature dogs from kill shelters and other compromising situations, provides all necessary services. The Wise Tails’ team of staff members and volunteers provide care, comfort and a loving environment to senior/elderly dogs in which to live out their golden years.

Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary

 


Seniors have a lot to teach, we just need to be willing to watch, listen, and learn… (Divinity’s Dad, 2012)


 

Here are some, but not all of the senior dogs currently available for adoption from Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary.

Molly & Penny

Molly & Penny

Meet Molly and Penny. Molly and Penny are 13-year old Chihuahuas who weigh 12-pounds each. They came to Wise Tails as a bonded pair and will remain that way, living here with all their friends in our senior dog sanctuary. Molly and Penny are both spayed, house-trained, dog/people friendly and just a sweet a pair of seniors. They immediately and playfully integrated into our senior community. Molly and good old Ziggy are particularly good friends; playfully interacting throughout their day(s). Penny is mediocre about all that.

To learn more about Molly & Penny, click the link to their Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Jerome

Jerome

This is our buddy Jerome. Jerome is a 10-year old Lab/Beagle mix. He weighs 52-pounds. Jerome has Hyperthyroidism that is being managed through medication. Prior to coming to Wise Tails, Jerome had a large mass removed from his neck. He has fully recovered from that surgery. He also had a very progressed skin condition that was out of control due to a long period of neglect. That condition has since been turned around and Jerome feels like a new man (dog!).

Jerome is as sweet and affectionate as any senior we have welcomed into Wise Tails; truly a lover. He enjoys snuggling, hanging out with his friends, and just being his all around happy-go-lucky self. He loves other dogs, humans, and children. Jerome is the Wise Tails official greeter and also a leader among his peers.

To learn more about Jerome, click the link to his Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Sandra

Sandra

Meet Sandra (AKA “Lil’ Fluffy”). Sandra is a 13-year old Poodle mix, who weighs 9-pounds. Sandra was a stray, living on the streets and in the shelters before being rescued and subsequently arriving at Wise Tails. She is spayed, and her blood and fecal tests showed a pretty darn healthy 13-year old girl. As chill as chill can be,

Sandra enjoys being an affectionate lap-dog but also intermingles and plays well with her senior peers. Her calm demeanor is infectious, and seems to create a sense of serenity in the room. The uniqueness of her smile is elevated by her missing some teeth, thus creating a space where her tongue hangs out of the side of her mouth. It’s quite an exclusive look.

To learn more about Sandra, click the link to her Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Charlie

Charlie

Meet Charlie. Charlie is a 12-year old Black Cavalier Spaniel mix who weighs 45-pounds. Charlie came to us with a list of medical issues, including a golf ball sized tumor on his right paw and some smaller tumors on his body, infections in both ears, a heart murmur and a thyroid condition. Charlie has began treatment with our vet team and the hope is Charlie can recover significantly from the majority of these conditions. He is already feeling better a week after arriving to us.

Charlie is a super sweet boy with a very calm disposition. He gets along well with other dogs and people alike. Charlie does spend much of his day napping these days, likely because he is still not feeling all that strong; although he does get a bit of a spring in his step come meal time (he enjoys his meals, no appetite issues with Chaz). We will continue to update on Charlie’s progress with his recovery and ongoing treatment.
If you look up the word “chill” in the dictionary, you just may find a picture of Charlie (if the picture isn’t there, it should be).

To learn more about Charlie, click the link to his Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Coco

Coco

Meet Coco. Coco is a 14-year old Chihuahua who weighs 9-pounds. Coco was being surrendered to a shelter by an owner who was relocating. Through a chain of events, she ended up at Wise Tails and we are so glad she did. She is as sweet as she is adorable, getting along with all the dogs and humans she meets. Coco is in good health, although her hearing and vision are both slightly impaired. None-the-less, she maneuvers around the facility just fine and interacts well with her senior peers. Coco very much resembles a bear-cub. Now that’s cute.

To learn more about Coco, click the link to her Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Carlton

Carlton

Meet Carlton. Carlton is a 14-year old Terrier mix, who weighs 23-pounds. Carlton came to Wise Tails from the shelter, after being picked up as a stray. Unfortunately Carlton has some medical issues, including the recurrence of a malignant tumor on his hind leg and arthritis in his front limbs. Carlton is as gentle a soul as any dog we have met and just a pleasure to care for. He is very loved. Our goal is to keep Carlton as comfortable as possible during his remaining time and try to minimize his pain. He is a real sweetheart.

To learn more about Carlton, click the link to his Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Vivian

Vivian

This is sweet Vivian. Vivian is a 14-year old Corgi mix who weighs 23-pounds. Vivian is blind as well as deaf. She also has kidney disease. Vivian is a very calm and gentle soul, who enjoys the companionship of her Wise Tails’ peers and Wise Tails’ people alike. After a settling in period, Viv now has a good sense of her surroundings. She is very affectionate. Her presence makes the sanctuary feel warm and serene. She is such a blessing to all of us at Wise Tails.

To learn more about Vivian, click the link to her Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

James Earl Bones (aka Bonesy)

James Earl Bones (aka Bonesy)

This here is James Earl Bones (aka “Bonesy.Bonesy is a 12-year old Beagle mix who weighs 23-pounds. Bonesy is such a sweet, funny little guy. While Bonesy does have some dementia, that doesn’t stop him from having such a profound, positive impact on everyone around him, K-9 and humans alike. Throughout the day, he prances around the rescue area, often stopping to commiserate with a peer or human friend. Bonesy is a friendly, carefree fellow and he is very loved by all. Aside from the dementia symptoms, Bonesy is a pretty healthy 12-year old and we are looking forward to his prancing-presence at Wise Tails for some time to come!

To learn more about James Earl Bones, click the link to his Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Phil

Phil

Meet Phil. Phil is a 12-year old Chihuahua/Terrier mix who weighs 15-pounds. This sweet little fellow was an owner surrender who ended up in a shelter for way too long before arriving at Wise Tails. He has some medical issues, including dental decay, but for the most part this 12-year old sweetheart is in pretty darn good health. Phil loves his senior peers and his human companions. He’s just a wonderfully affectionate little guy who is now in the right place; the constant smile on his face speaks to that. Oh, and as anyone can see from his photos, Phil is brutally handsome as well!

To learn more about Phil, click the link to his Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 

Donny

Donny

My name is Donny. I am an 11-year old Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix and I weigh 9-pounds. I ended up in a shelter, and I don’t even remember why, until my new family here at Wise Tails came and got me. I had to have most of my teeth extracted because I had a lot of dental decay due to neglect. It’s OK though, my friends here give me a really delicious softy-food diet. Yum! I have made a bunch of great friends here and I am pretty social, even though I’m just a little whipper-snapper. Jerome and I are particularly good buddies; I just love that big palooka. Word is I am really adorable, although I would never say that about myself!

To learn more about Donny, click the link to his Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAdoption page

 


 

Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary contact links

To learn about all the dogs, that Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary has available for adoption, click the following links:

Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary Website

Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary Facebook

Wise Tails Senior Dog Sanctuary Twitter

Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryInstagram

Wise Tails Senior Dog SanctuaryAll Available Senior Dogs

 


 

 

 


 

Interactive Map of Senior Dog Rescues, Sanctuaries and Special Programs

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Senior Sunday – Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee

This weeks Senior Sunday post focus’ on the Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee based in Southeast, TN.

Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee

 


In loving memory of Terry and Missy, two beloved Boston Terriers.


 

From the Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee website
Reasons to Adopt a Rescue Dog

Those of us who volunteer in rescue all have at least one rescue dog, and we know what terrific pets they can be! Here are some reasons to consider a rescue dog, rather than buying a puppy, if you are ready to add a dog to your family.

You’re not starting from scratch

When you buy a puppy, you’re essentially bringing an infant into your home…a completely untrained, unsocialized little critter who thinks the crate you bought for him is a jail (and who cries to get out…at 3 AM!), the newspaper you put down for him to squat on is a wonderful toy to be shredded, your new shoes are much tastier than rawhide, and your best carpet is an excellent substitute for grass when nature calls! Because rescue dogs spend time in foster homes before they are adopted, they come to you with at least some social skills and some degree of housebreaking!

Training is easier

Whatever additional training needs to be done with a rescue dog will be much easier than training a puppy. It’s like the difference between training a one-year-old child and an eight-year-old. Dogs who have been around for a while just “get it” faster than puppies-especially housebreaking!

The bond is strong

Dogs who have not gotten off to the best possible start in life-who have been neglected or even abused-tend to be very loyal and affectionate. Remember that dogs are pack animals, and they take their treatment by the “pack”-their owners and families-very much to heart. A dog that has been neglected or abandoned once is usually eager to become part of a loving pack, where she feels safe and secure, and is likely to act accordingly. We find that rescue dogs are generally eager to please their new owners. Puppy mill rescues often want to be in your lap at all times and will follow you from room to room, just to be near you.

Fewer vet fees

Rescue dogs have had physical examinations, have been spayed or neutered, have been tested for heartworms, and are up to date on shots. When you buy a puppy, you pay for the dog AND for puppy shots, spaying or neutering, and any other basic medical expenses.

What you see is what you get

When you buy a puppy, you can never really be sure what type of dog you’re going to get. All puppies are cute and playful, but their adult personalities aren’t visible until they’re about two years old. So you don’t know whether you’re getting a dog who wants to play all the time (ALL the time!) or a couch potato. When you rescue a dog, you know what the dog’s personality is like and whether it fits with what you want in a dog companion. You also know, in advance, about any problem areas the new owner will have to address.

It teaches your children good values

Face it-we live in an extremely materialistic society, in which TV teaches kids that everything can be bought, that they should get their parents to buy them everything, and that anything worth having costs a lot of money. Adopting a rescue dog for your family presents a wonderful opportunity to teach your children basic values of compassion and caring, and also about the value of second chances.

Note: Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee services these areas:

* MID- The Mid-South/Main Rescue (TN and GA)

* IN – The Indiana Division

* KY – The Kentucky Division

* EC – The East Coast Division (MD, DC, VA, NC, SC)

 


 

Here are some, but not all of the senior dogs currently available for adoption from the Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee.

Pappy Ducky

Pappy Ducky and Sissy Spacek

Puppy Ducky is a purebred 11-year old big Boston Terrier at 39-pounds. He could stand to lose a few pounds.

Puppy Ducky has lives his whole life with his sister Sissy Spacak so we would give first preference to a home that would adopt both of them.

Puppy is a fun loving dog with a lot of life left in him. He loves to play with any kind of balls and fur babies. Puppy also loves to ‘talk and sing’ when he is nervous.  Big dogs make him a bit nervous as do only some cats.

Puppy Ducky would do well in a home with his fur sister Sissy. He seems to do well with dog savvy & dog respectful kids 10-years & older.

Puppy Ducky is UTD, heart worm negative, neutered & micro-chipped.

To learn more about Puppy Ducky, click the link to his Boston Terrier Rescue of East TennesseeAdoption page

 

Sissy Spacek

Pappy Ducky and Sissy Spacek

Sissy Spacek is a purebred 12-year old female Boston terrier. She is a medium size gal at 20-pounds.

Sissy has spent her whole life with Puppy Ducky and they will be adopted together. She is a bit bossy with him in a loving way. You know how boys are.

Sissy has a lot of life. She loves to act like a puppy by digging, shredding balls and rope toys, and trying to jump off of short fences.

Sissy does not like her face washed or dried, and can get snippy if people insist. She does love to wear sweaters and dresses. And boy does she like to talk and sing, it is very sweet, more of a cry not a bark. Also loud voices make her become very protective of her people.

Sissy Spacek will do best in a home with her fur brother Puppy Ducky. She would do OK in a home with dog savvy & dog respectful kids 10-years & older.

Sissy Spacek is UTD, heart worm negative, spayed, & micro-chipped.

To learn more about Sissy Spacek, click the link to her Boston Terrier Rescue of East TennesseeAdoption page

 

Dinki Gibson

Dinki Gibson

Dinki Gibson is a 13-year old Boston mix. Children say he is mixed with a gremlin because of his bent ear tips, fuzzy face & blue eyes. We believe he may be mixed with Pug which would make him a Bugg!

He is deaf but otherwise he doesn’t act his age & doesn’t seem to have any major problems. He and his sister, Gidget, came from a shelter in NC after their owner died and the family turned them in. He had a fluid-filled cyst on his rump and a ‘cherry eye’, but we had both of those removed.

Dinki is 22-pounds & walks on a leash but sometimes pulls when he thinks we should go in another direction. He is active when outside but would rather be inside with his people. He is definitely food motivated & will let you know when it’s supper time. If you don’t move fast enough he encourages you forward by barking.

He spends his days laying & sleeping in a dog bed but when night comes he is in the bedroom waiting to be put on the bed. He is partial to milk bones even though he has few teeth. He expects one every time he is crated.

Dinki Gibson is house-trained, crate-trained, neutered, microchipped, heart worm negative and has had age-appropriate vaccinations.

To learn more about Dinki Gibson, click the link to his Boston Terrier Rescue of East TennesseeAdoption page

 

Peggy Sue

Peggy Sue

Peggy Sue is a 10-year old 22-pound, spayed Boston Terrier mix who is active and fun. She has a beautiful brindle coat and is up to date on her shots, microchipped and is heart worm negative.

She loves to spend her day making sure that no squirrel or cat has come into the yard. She is a good guard. She enjoys going outdoors in a fenced in yard. She would bolt if she saw something she wants to chase.

Peggy Sue is a sweet girl and likes to follow her foster mom around. While she likes her foster family’s dogs, she does not interact with them. Peggy Sue loves her bed and loves to pull her blanket out of the bed.

She doesn’t want to sleep in bed with anyone and prefers her bed and blanket. She is happy to lay in a doggie bed in whatever room you are in. She loves to get on the couch and roll around trying to get a belly rub.

Peggy Sue does well with potty outdoors if she gets out frequently. She will also use the piddle pads if you leave some out for her.

Peggy Sue eats well but she will try and sneak food from other plates given the opportunity. While she has spent most of her life eating table food, she does not beg at the table. When she came into rescue, she had terrible teeth. She had a dental done and they had to pull all her back teeth. But that has not interfered with her eating at all.

Peggy Sue is not fond of her crate. Other known dislikes besides that DARN cat is the vacuum and she will bark and try to bite it if you use it when she’s around.

She is fairly quiet in the house, however, when in the company of unknown dogs as in the vet’s office, she becomes very vocal. Peggy Sue also gets too excited at the door when a stranger comes in and may nip in her excitement, so it’s best to put her in another room before opening the door. She does warm up quickly to strangers, though.

To learn more about Peggy Sue, click the link to her Boston Terrier Rescue of East TennesseeAdoption page

 

Alice Moon

Alice Moon

Alice Moon is a 14-year old, 19-pound purebred Boston Terrier who came into rescue when her previous and only owner became too ill to care for her and her buddy Peggy Sue.

Alice Moon is a sweet, calm senior dog. She enjoys being outdoors. If given the opportunity she would spend quite a bit of time outdoors, weather permitting. She gets excited when her person comes home and she will dance around to let you know she is glad to see you, as well as any guests that come in also.

Alice enjoys her bed and will push it all over the room. She also enjoys her blanket and will pull it all over the house. She is spayed and up to date with shots as well as being heart worm negative.

Alice has cataracts developing but is sighted. She likes to follow her person around the house and she sleeps in a bed next to her foster mom. She goes outside to potty and should be let out frequently, but will also use piddle pads.

Alice is on a heart medication daily to strengthen her heart due to a low-grade heart murmur. She also needs an eye ointment daily for eye inflammation. Together, her medications cost less than $50 per-month. She has had her teeth cleaned and some pulled.

To learn more about Alice Moon, click the link to her Boston Terrier Rescue of East TennesseeAdoption page

 

 


 

Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee contact links

To learn about all the dogs, that the Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee has available for adoption, click the following links:

* Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee Website

* Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee – Facebook

* Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee – Twitter

* Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee – All Available Dogs for Adoption

 


 

Interactive Map of Senior Dog Rescues, Sanctuaries and Special Programs

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Senior Sunday – Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

This weeks Senior Sunday post focus’ on Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

 


Note: In memory of my beloved Maine Coon cat, Little Minx, this week’s Senior Sunday post will include senior cats!


 

From the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home website

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home has been part of the fabric of our city since 1883, working in partnership with the Council and Police services by welcoming lost or abandoned pets from all corners of Edinburgh and the Lothians.

On arrival with us dogs and cats are health checked, bathed if required, vaccinated and fed. They are scanned for a microchip and where present, we attempt to reach their owners. All available information about animal and their ownership is logged on our database, which ultimately helps us in the rehoming process, should an owner not be found.

Our success rate in reuniting lost animals with their owners is 55% meaning that happy endings are common at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home. When an owner cannot be found after 7 days, our rehoming process kicks in – a structured programme that aims to make the best possible match between pet and human.

Staff and Facilities

Since 1957, Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home’s rescue centre has been situated at Seafield on the Forth Estuary, where we have purpose-built kennels and catteries with under-floor heating throughout.

Our organization benefits from skills and experience of our 50-strong staff, comprised of long-serving kennel and cattery experts and enthusiastic new talent. Our small team is united by the love and dedication towards the animals in our care, and the belief that any dog or cat that comes to our door, whatever the reason, should be safe, warm and well-fed.

Animal Health

Every single dog and cat in our care is treated with great respect and kindness, and our excellent facilities are matched by the services of Edinburgh University’s Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies which provides on-going treatment and advice. We will never put a healthy dog or cat down, and work tirelessly to bring our animals back to good health so that they may have the best possible chance of finding a new home.

We believe strongly that an effective neutering programme is one way to try and control the problem of unwanted animals – all animals rehomed by Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home will be spayed or neutered before leaving us.

Boarding Services

Did you know that we also run a boarding kennel and cattery to subsidize the work of the Home? Book your dog or cat in next time you go on holiday and not only will your pet enjoy a comfortable stay in our heated facilities with our fantastic staff, you’ll also be supporting the vital work of our charity.

Charity Shops

The Home has two charity shops, one in Morningside and one in Stockbridge. We also receive support from the Friends of Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home, who run a shop in Portobello, Edinburgh. Clothing and bric-a-brac donations are welcome at any of these locations.

Helping our Work

Our policy of never turning a dog or cat away can only continue with your help. We rely on the generosity of the public and our loyal supporters to fund the high quality care we give Edinburgh’s unwanted animals. Visit our Fundraising pages to find out how you can support us.

Hamish the Mascot with Ross and Iain from Marionville Red Watch Fire And Rescue Service

Hamish the Mascot with Ross and Iain from Marionville Red Watch Fire And Rescue Service

 


Seniors have a lot to teach, we just need to be willing to watch, listen, and learn… (Divinity’s Dad, 2012)


 

Here are some, but not all of the senior dogs currently available for adoption from Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home.

Magic

Magic

Magic is a 7-year old Staffie.

Magic is a nervous boy who takes a while to trust new people. He’s looking for an understanding owner who will be prepared to visit him until he feels ready to leave us, then continue to help him build more confidence in his new home. He is such a loving boy with the people that he trusts, and he loves having human company so he will make a fantastic companion for the right person. He loves getting a bum rub or a good neck scratch, and he is always eager to work on his training so he can get those tasty reward treats. Magic does reacts badly around other dogs, and although this is an area he continues to work on, his new owner needs the experience to help him with this. He would suit living with teenagers in a home where he is the only pet.

To learn more about Magic, click the link to his Edinburgh Dog and Cat HomeAdoption page

 

Layla

Layla

Layla is a 7-year old Shar-Pei.

After having surgery on her ears, Layla is now ready to find a home of her own. She is very sweet girl with people, and although she can be shy at times she is normally very friendly and keen to make new human friends. She is very affectionate and loves getting a good scratch. She is looking for an experienced owner who will continue to work on her training and socialization. She will need to go for walks on a lead until she learns to master recall. She is not keen on other animals and will need a lot of work in this area. She is very playful and has bags of energy so she likes to keep active. Layla may suit living with teen-aged children and is looking for a home where she will be the only pet.

To learn more about Layla, click the link to her Edinburgh Dog and Cat HomeAdoption page

 

Diesel (Fun Loving Youngster!)

Diesel

Diesel is a lively youngster at 3-years of age.

Diesel is a fantastic boy who loves people, he is always happy to make new friends and get made a fuss of. He is a comical lad who bounces around our paddock and then throws himself on the ground for a good roll around in the grass. He loves playing with his toys and he loves his food too. Diesel has had a fair bit of training whilst he’s been here, he has shown us what an intelligent boy he is, and he is always eager to please. He is now muzzle trained and walks well on a head collar, which has massively helped with his dog reactivity. It is vital that he continues this training in his new home. He will need an experienced owner who is willing to invest the time in his training, but Diesel has bags of potential and will be a very rewarding pet. He will need to be the only pet in his new home and would suit living with teen-aged children.

To learn more about Diesel, click the link to his Edinburgh Dog and Cat HomeAdoption page

 


Here are some, but not all of the senior cats currently available for adoption from Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home.

Bradley

Bradley

Bradley is an 8-year old Domestic Short Hair.

Bradley is a sweet boy who loves spending time curled up in a comfortable spot. He does enjoy being made a fuss of, although he does like his own space at times, and he always enjoys a nice tasty treat. He would like to have access to a garden so he can get outside to explore or get a breath of fresh air when he wants to. He can be a little shy at times and would prefer a quieter home with older children. We think Bradley would prefer to be the only pet in his new home. Bradley has a heart murmur which is not causing him any issues, but his new owner will be given all the details.

To learn more about Bradley, click the link to his Edinburgh Dog and Cat HomeAdoption page

 

Pula

Pula

Pula is a 7-year old Domestic Short Hair.

Pula is a cheeky girl who has an inquisitive nature. She is an anxious girl who isn’t too happy in the cattery as she’s not keen on other cats and would definitely prefer to be the only pet in her new home. She is a very intelligent girl who has even responded well to some clicker training with our staff. Pula can be quite feisty if she”s anxious and would be better suited to a quiet adult only home, with an understanding owner who will let her have her own space and let her decide when she wants to interact. She is used to having access to a garden and likes to go outside to explore.

To learn more about Pula, click the link to her Edinburgh Dog and Cat HomeAdoption page

 

Arnie (Not Quite Senior)

Arnie (Not Quite Senior)

After spending around a year as a stray, Arnie is understandably very nervous. When he came to stay with us, Arnie would hide away all the time and wouldn’t let anyone touch him. He”s come on leaps and bounds while with us, he now enjoys being made a fuss of, and his sweet nature is shining through. He is still terrified of being picked up though, and is looking for an experienced and understanding owner who can quietly encourage him to gain more confidence. He is still nervous and will jump at unexpected noises or movements, so he would ideally like a quiet home where he will have lots of space to chill out.

Arnie may suit a home with older children who will understand that he needs his own space and doesn’t want picked up. Arnie would like unrestricted access to the garden so he can spend time outside when he wants to. We think he would prefer to be the only pet in his new home.

To learn more about Arnie, click the link to his Edinburgh Dog and Cat HomeAdoption page

 


 

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home contact links

To learn about all the dogs, that Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home has available for adoption, click the following links:

* Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Website

* Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Facebook

* Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Twitter

* Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Instagram

* Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home YouTube

* Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home All Available Dogs for Adoption

* Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home All Available Cats for Adoption



 

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