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Meet some of the dogs helped by The Grey Muzzle Organization. We provide grants and other funding to pay expenses, such as medical care, so the wonderful organizations that give these dogs a second chance can focus on their care.

To learn more about these organizations, see our Who We Help page. The dogs on this page are just a sample of the elder dogs that have benefited from our grants to these organizations.

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Grey Muzzle Grant Recipients

Grant recipients are listed by those added most recently.

Coco and Mootsie

June 12, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Coco, age 14, and Mootsie, age 12, are two lovely Maltese/poodle mixes who found their way to Tyson's Place Animal Rescue in Michigan when their human companion, who is in his 80s, had health problems that put him into a nursing home. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Coco and Mootsie

Mr. Biscuit

May 29, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

This 12-year-old gent was found as a stray and ended up in a shelter in southern California. He was emaciated, thinner than most of the dogs that enter The Thulani Program, but he didn’t let that get him down and he happily became a Thulani dog. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Mr. Biscuit

Taffy & Peaches

May 22, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Last summer, a pair of Cocker Spaniels named Taffy & Peaches were returned to the local animal shelter from which they were initially adopted. ​​Apparently, they did not get along with cats and the adopter reached out to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue (BWAR) for help with rehoming them.​

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Taffy & Peaches

Scupper

May 15, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Fospice boy Scupper is really living it up! Yes, you read that right...fospice. Our friends at Muttville have a wonderful program for dogs with untreatable terminal illnesses. It is called fospice, a combination of foster and hospice. Fospice means taking a dog into a home and giving him palliative care, love and a wonderful life until he passes. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Scupper

Kara

May 8, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Kara was only 8, but she fit the definition of a Thulani Dog – because their program helps the most vulnerable senior dogs and that is what she was. Kara T had the weight of the world on her, as well as a good-sized pendulant mammary tumor. Yet, she continued to share her happy-girl smile.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Kara

Puzon

May 1, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

This sweet, nine-year-old, long-haired Dachshund mix has had some drama in his life. In his younger years, Puzon was attacked by another dog who severed his esophagus, which has made it difficult for him to eat ever since. Then as a senior dog, the only family he’d ever known was moving and surrendered him to Anchorage Animal Care & Control instead of taking him along.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Puzon

Pedro

April 24, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Pedro is an approximately eight-year-old Shih Tzu mix that was found as a stray and placed in an area shelter. He was then transferred to Bob’s House for Dogs for medical care and fostering because he was clearly suffering long-term neglect. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Pedro

Hetzel

April 17, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Hetzel is an older gal and has had quite the journey since being rescued by Brother Wolf Animal Rescue (BWAR) last October. She was one of the dogs evacuated from the Marion County Animal Shelter (South Carolina) in advance of Hurricane Matthew.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Hetzel

Coco

April 10, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

At 15 years old, Coco found himself without a family. His owners were an elderly couple - the wife passed away a few years ago and the husband developed dementia. A few months ago, the husband had to move into a facility that did not accept Coco and no family members were able to take him in. What’s a senior Dachshund to do?

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Coco

Smoke

April 3, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Smoke came to Main Line Animal Rescue (MLAR) in the summer of 2010 with 30 other Chihuahuas rescued from a hoarding situation. Philadelphia’s Animal Control officers pulled more than 100 Chihuahuas from a South Philadelphia home where they were living in deplorable conditions.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Smoke

Pixi and Hefeweizen

March 24, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Snort! That’s how we English Bulldogs say hello (and goodbye, and what’s for dinner, etc.) Let me tell you a little about me.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Pixi and Hefeweizen

Bandit and Brutus

March 20, 2017

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Bandit and Brutus have been buds for a while. These 14-year-old boys are a bonded pair and were surrendered to a shelter in Wisconsin. The shelter asked Bob’s House for Dogs to take them in because these guys needed some serious medical attention.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Bandit and Brutus

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