The Grey Muzzle Organization is collecting photos of children (of any age) and their senior dogs. During the month of November we will feature these photos to share the special attachment between children and senior dogs with the public. A picture is worth a thousand words, and we believe that these photos will open many minds to the joys of welcoming a senior dog into families of all shapes and sizes.
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Since 2008, The Grey Muzzle Organization has granted $230,000 to help homeless and at-risk senior dogs across the country. Meet Lollie (pictured), and others who have benefitted from the grants, and learn how nonprofit organizations are putting the funds to work to save senior dog lives!
Energy healing is ideal for senior dogs as it is non-invasive, effective, non-toxic and economical. Jenny Kachnic of the Grey Muzzle Advisory Board shares some insights about this complementary healing technique.
Grey Muzzle grants are helping senior therapy dogs give back at The Sanctuary for Senior Dogs in Cleveland.
by Cherie Winner
Paulette Callen shares with us her journey with her blind dog, Lily.
This family-friendly event will include a vendor fair, food, contests, and demonstrations. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the park while raising money for the Beaver County Humane Society.
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In the past 4 years, with your help, we have donated over $32,000 worth of orthopedic beds to more than 50 shelters around the country to help dogs like Booty (below) get off the concrete floors.