Misty, the 10-year-old Golden Retriever who inspired the Senior Dogs Project

The Senior Dogs Project
..........."Looking Out for Older Dogs" ...........

"Blessed is the person who has earned the love of an old dog."
Sydney Jeanne Seward



Carson City

Dogtown, Carson City, NV. This organization has "a special spot in our hearts for the older crowd." Always happy to help with finding a home for an old dog.

Incline Village, NV -- Wylie Animal Rescue Foundation

Wylie Animal Rescue Foundation has a special place in our hearts for senior and disabled pets (although we prefer to call them "special"). At any given time, most of the animals available for adoption have been deemed "unadoptable" and were scheduled for euthanasia. With help from people like you, we have been able to place each and every animal that we have rescued into a loving home. Some of the animals on the Dog and Cat pages are considered senior, but to us they are just beginning. Please visit our Adoptable Animals pages to see the pets that we have available right now. And again, if you don't see what you are looking for please contact us - given a little time, we can find whatever it is that you are looking for. Telephone: (775) 833-2319. E-mail: Sam@tahoewarf.com

The Reno Gazette

Whether you are looking for a dog to adopt or need to advertise a dog who is looking for a new home, ads in the Reno Gazette can work wonders. Check the ads in today's edition for adoptables. To place an ad -- Telephone: 775-788-6361; fax 775-788-6436; voice mail for ads: 324-0225, ext. 1361. If you are placing an ad, try to talk to Elaine in the Lifestyle/Petfinder Dept. She is very helpful about writing/formating ads. Including a photo is very effective in getting responses. RENO GAZETTE JOURNAL, 955 KUENZLI STREET, Reno, NV 89502. Att: Elaine/Saturday Lifestyle/Petfinder Department.


SPCA of Reno, Nevada
They really care about the seniors here, and are always interested in finding the best possible foster and permanent homes for them.

Silver Springs, NV,  Spay/Neuter Project

Silver Springs, NV, Spay/Neuter Project
Lee Bloomquist is the caring, compassionate director of this organization, which takes animals from the local shelter and, in the case of seniors who have not been adopted, gives them a home for life. E-mail: renegadebooks @ powernet.net
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