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"Woody" was given up when his elderly guardian could no longer care for him
Product recalls and other action items for your attention
Six-year-old "Wrigley" was considered "unadoptable"; he is living happily ever after in his forever home

THE ADOPTION CENTER

Lists and descriptions of agencies, apps, other resources to help you locate a senior dog to adopt

Relax, enjoy, give it time.....

GETTING SETTLED.....and BLOSSOMING

Advice from the field.... down-to-earth suggestions on how to begin and continue a good relationship with your adopted dog

A senior dog should have a wellness check-up every six months.

THE WELLNESS CENTER

The top ten health tips and a handy chart on aging signs and what to do when they appear in your senior

12-y-o Golden Retriever "Gypsy" on a trip to San Francisco

THE SENIOR LIFESTYLE CENTER

Safety, happiness, fun.....so many ways to keep your senior safe, comfortable, and engaged

Christine Derr, foster volunteer, Peace of Mind Dog Rescue, CA
How to find a new home for a senior......how to get financial help
If only they could read!

NEWS and VIEWS

News -- current topics
Views -- commentary on some interesting issues

 

Always & Furever Midwest Animal Sanctuary, Spring Hill, KS

ABOUT THE SENIOR DOGS PROJECT

The mission of the Senior Dogs Project is to ensure that every senior dog -- whether rescued and newly adopted or a long-time member of the family --  leads the happiest, healthiest life possible in a stable, loving environment.  More on the founder and the back-story.....

REVIEWS

"The Senior Dogs Project has been a strong, proactive consumer advocate, beginning with the B.A.R.K.S ("Be Aware of Rimadyl's Known Side-effects") campaign of 1998, which led to the FDA's mandate to include a Consumer Information Sheet with all prescriptions for veterinary medicines." -- Jean Townsend (who lost her senior Lab "George" to Rimadyl poisoning), former Editor, DogHealth2 Groups list

"The srdogs.com site is a great resource and one I always turn to.  So much information and so many resources -- it's everything you need in one place.  The information is especially valuable because it's based on first-hand knowledge and real-life experience." -- Angela Walker, website visitor, Brooklyn, NY

"The srdogs.com website is wonderful. There is so much timely information. The article about rabies vaccine was particularly interesting to me, as I’d been wondering about the 3-year requirement for licensing. I love the format -- it's very easy to move around. Good job!" -- Ann Nutting, website visitor, Stockton, CA