Hello Miss Jada! Some have described her as the “best dog ever” and we don’t disagree! She’s super sweet and cuddly, connects with her people right away. Even the very first day she was sprung from the shelter, she was making everyone fall in love with her! She has the same effect on dogs, too – hasn’t met a one she didn’t like yet and vice versa. Cats are a different story – Jada thinks they’re just way too much fun to chase! She’d like a home where she can have one nice long walk a day (she’s good on […]
Great Senior Pooches
Senior GSPs deserve only the best in their retirement years. We’d like to be sure they get it. That’s why we’re always on the lookout for YOU - yes, you! You’ve got a soft spot for the oldies. That’s why you are here, looking at this page of Great Senior Pooches. You know you want one. We can help you with that.
New! Adopt a GSP and Add a Great Senior Pooch for Free!
That’s right. We are serious about finding the best homes for our Grammy and Grampie GSPs. And if you’ve adopted from us before, or are in the process of adopting now, you can qualify to add a Great Senior Pooch to your family for free. Just mention this offer to our adoption team.
The small print: we will work with you to determine the best timing for adding your Great Senior Pooch. If you are in the process of adopting now, we want to be sure that dog is well-settled first. This offer does not expire.
Meet our Super Starr! Sweet Starr was in pretty bad shape coming out of the shelter, but since receiving great medical care and lots of TLC, she’s perked up quite a bit. She’s getting along fine with her foster brother (also a GSP) and her foster family tells us that she is very responsive, doesn’t wander off, comes when called, loves rawhide chews, and loves to sleep and cuddle. She’s looking forward to meeting her new forever family, once she’s all healed. Could that family be yours? Medical: Starr has had several mammary tumors removed. The biopsy indicated a mild […]
Welcome to Pinto! This adorable 14 year-old gentleman is spry as can be for his age. He loves a nice long walk with his people (as long as there aren’t too many hills). After a walk, he loves to get a dog massage and then crash out for a few hours to nap. Sounds like the good life, right? Pinto is mostly blind, but not too blind to see the outdoor cats at his foster home! He’s living with several other dogs without any issues, although would be best in home where he doesn’t have to deal with too much […]