The Grey Muzzle Organization
Rating: 5 stars 14 14 reviews
14460 New Falls of Neuse Rd 149-269 Raleigh NC 27614 USA
The Grey Muzzle Organization improves the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing funding and resources to animal shelters, rescue organizations, sanctuaries, and other non-profit groups nationwide. We are a virtual organization with volunteers around the country working to help senior dogs nationwide.
Since 2008, we have awarded over $250,000 in grants to various rescues and shelters nationwide. We are a virtual organization with volunteers located all over the country.
Geographic areas served:
Medical Care Programs, Hospice Programs, Long-term Foster Care Programs, Senior Dog Therapy Training Program, Seniors for Seniors Adoption Program, Orthopedic Bed Fund Program, Education and and Community Programs
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1 person found this review helpful
As a member of the Advisory Board for the Grey Muzzle Organization, I can attest firsthand to the amazing work this organization does. They are truly the champions for senior dogs, giving these gentle souls the voice they cannot give themselves. The grants they distribute help rescue organizations around the country save and provide for senior animals. No animal is too old or too sick to be unworthy of our compassion, and The Grey Muzzle Organization's work gives senior animals the second chance they deserve.
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I have been on the Advisory Board of The Grey Muzzle Organization since 2009. This dedicated group of volunteers offers grants and resources to rescues and shelters that promote senior dog programs and adoption. Their efforts are national and they help senior dogs receive the care they need and the dignity they deserve. I encourage everyone to support this unique organization so they can expand their reach and help more of the grey muzzles out there.
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