November 8, 2012
I have worked with and have known a huge number of animal rescue organizations in the past 30 years, and the Sanctuary for Senior Dogs ranks among the very top of all of them. They are unique in the fact that they focus more on the individual dog rather than the number of dogs (although the number of dogs they are able to rescue and care for is very impressive, too). Every senior dog is given 100% of whatever they need in terms of vet care, emotional care, love and compassion, training, patience, and time. If they cannot be adopted for any reason, the Sanctuary will give them all the love and care they want in a foster home for the remainder of their lives. They are never euthanized to make room for more. The ones that can be adopted are adopted only to the best of homes to ensure that they are never abandoned or lost or dumped again, and that they live out their lives with safety, health, and love. Each dog that enters the Sanctuary is given the love and dignity he/she so very much deserves, and is given a lifetime commitment by the Sanctuary. The Sanctuary for Senior Dogs is also unique in that it focuses only on senior dogs, which are the ones that, sadly, society tends to throw away in favor of the younger puppies. The Sanctuary sees the immense value and worthiness of these seniors and what they have to offer us, and makes sure that they are given the love and respect that they so richly deserve in return.
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