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Review for Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, San Francisco, CA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

The best dog rescue in the SF Bay Area, if not the country. Senior dogs are often over looked but Muttville has created a market for senior dogs. The dogs come from shelters all over the country and are transformed once they cross the Muttville threshold. Medically, the dogs are given whatever treatment they need no matter the expense. The Muttville staff is always on hand to help with an adoption or with any problems/concerns that may arise after the adoption is complete. Adopters are asked to sign a waiver stating they will accept the dog back if the adoption does not work out. I also love the fact that they have a fospice program for terminally ill dogs who are placed in loving foster homes until it's time to say goodbye. We have adopted 8 senior dogs from Muttville over the years and highly recommend this rescue. A five star rating is not enough - I would give more if I could.

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Review for Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, San Francisco, CA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I have worked in animal rescue for many years and I have never been involved with an organization as amazing as Muttville. Sherri and team have literally created a market for senior and special needs dogs who otherwise would be euthanized. They are deeply committed to the dogs in their care and go above and beyond to place a dog in it's forever home. Anything I need as a volunteer, I only have to ask, they are always available. The fact that they have created a fospice program along with an amazing seniors-for-seniors program shows how progressive they are in their attitude towards dog rescue.

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Role:  Volunteer