Sanctuary for Senior Dogs
Rating: 4.95 stars 147 147 reviews
PO Box 609054 Cleveland OH 44109 USA
The Sanctuary for Senior Dogs--Rescues senior dogs in need--Provides lifelong quality care for rescued senior dogs--Adopts appropriate dogs into loving, permanent homes--Develops programs that match senior dogs to senior people to their mutual benefit--Fosters an awareness of our lifelong responsibility to our companion animals--Strengthens the bonds between humans and animals by teaching respect and compassion for all living things
More than 30 old dogs saved this year.
abandoned senior dogs (7+ years) in pounds and shelters
Direct beneficiaries per year:
50 old dogs
Geographic areas served:
NE Ohio and beyond as space allows
Rescue Adoption Educational outreach Therapy dogs No-cost spay/neuter
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The Sanctuary for Senior Dogs is just that. It is a place where abandon senior dogs get a second chance to find a loving home and people to care for them, love them, and cherish them. The volunteers, staff and board have undying devotion to seeing that each dogs needs are met be it medical, emotional, or training needs. The adoption process structured to ensure appropriate placement in loving homes. The foster families provide temporary or long term / permanent care to seniors while they wait for the right home or grow old and reach the end of their lives. The Sanctuary is a wonderful organization, filled with wonderful people and wonderful senior dogs who have so much to offer. Those resiliant seniors are the heart of this organization and the best friends anyone can ever hope for. My last four dogs have been from the Sanctuary and two of them are going strong. Hopefully I have brought them the joy they have brought me.
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