THE LIFESTYLE CENTER
ABOUT THE SENIOR DOGS PROJECT
Teri Goodman founded the Senior Dogs Project in 1997, when she became aware of the plight of senior dogs in shelters -- they rarely made it out alive, no matter how loving or sweet they may have been. She has a B.A. in Psychology, specializing in human and animal learning, and has written for Dog Fancy magazine on the topic of senior dogs. In founding The Senior Dogs Project and maintaining the srdogs website, her goal has been to inspire and facilitate the adoption of senior dogs and to provide useful, up-to-date information on how to keep senior dogs healthy and happy. The mission of the Senior Dogs Project is to ensure that every senior dog leads the happiest, healthiest life possible in a stable, loving environment. More on the back-story.....
COMMENTS ABOUT THE SENIOR DOGS PROJECT
"The Senior Dogs Project has been a strong and active 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."