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



All Wisconsin

Wisconsin Pet Rescue and Adoption Network
A not-for-profit, self-policing rescue and adoption network comprised of Wisconsin animal shelters, Humane Societies, and Wisconsin Rescue Groups.

Bowler Central Wisconsin German Shepherd Rescue, Telephone: (715)787-4230. E-mail: artisans@frontiernet.net

Name: Reno
Mix/Breed: German Shepherd
Sex/Age/Weight: Female, 6 years, 65 lbs.
Health: Up to date on shots.Heartworm negative. For additional health information, contact the agency listed below.
History/Personality: Reno is a very sweet, well behaved girl. She loves attention and walks. She is very active and loves to play. Reno came to us very neglected and abused. She is amazing because even with the past history she has a loving, forgiving nature. Reno would accept a male companion that is not alpha. She is not a good choice to be with cats as she has a high prey drive. She rides well in a car and would love a forever home where she would be loved and cared for. She would do well with children 5 and older.
Adoption Fee:
Agency/Contact info:
Central Wisconsin German Shepherd Rescue, Bowler, WI. Telephone: (715)787-4230. E-mail: artisans@frontiernet.net

Madison Badgerland German Shepherd Rescue is an incorporated group of individuals volunteering their time, money, love and efforts to rescue German Shepherd Dogs, whether or not purebred, who have been abandoned, surrendered to animal shelters/humane societies, or surrendered to BGSR by their owners. Telephone: (414) 256-1325; E-Mail: gsd4me @ bgsr.org;
Southeast Wisconsin Wisconsin Adopt A Golden Retriever (Southeast Wisconsin) We routinely take in senior Golden Retrievers and Golden mixes. We are able to find forever homes for the majority of the seniors that we take in. If we can't find them a suitable home, we foster them until the end. A 501(c)(3) organization. One of the highlights of our site is our tribute to the seniors. We just love them!
Viroqua Vernon County Humane Society (VCHS) is a very active volunteer organization that is dedicated to the welfare and protection of all companion and domestic animals by promoting programs which benefit the health, safety and well-being of all residents of Vernon County. We have 501 (c) 3 status. VCHS runs a no-kill animal shelter in Viroqua, Wisconsin (southwest region); email: Adopt@VCHumane.org ; phone (608) 637-6955

You may also wish to check other breed rescue agencies.