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Getting a Grey Muzzle grant also got great press for the Asheville Humane Society and the Humane Society of Charlotte in North Carolina, Helping Hands Humane Society in Topeka, Kansas, Auburn Valley Humane Society in Auburn, Washington and Pawmetto Lifeline in Columbia, South Carolina.


Check out our press release headlined “Grey Muzzle Grants Give Golden Years to Good Old Dogs” and local TV and newspaper coverages listed below:


WLOS: The nonprofit received grant money from the Grey Muzzle Organization, a non-profit whose mission is to improve the lives of at-risk senior dogs.

Read the full article here: Senior dogs at Asheville Humane Society get a boost from grant


Columbia Star: Pawmetto Lifeline, based in Columbia, South Carolina, is one of 50 organizations in 25 states receiving over $300,000 in funding from the group. 

Read the full article here: Senior dogs at Pawmetto Lifeline getting grant for their golden years


WIBW: Helping Hands Humane Society Executive Director, Deb Watkins and our veterinarian Dr. Allan Mergener visited 13's Red Couch Show August 18th to discuss the work of the Grey Muzzle Foundation, and its Awards Grant to HHHS.

Read the full article here: Grey Muzzle Foundation is a friend to older dogs who want a home, too


Charlotte Observer: Loss of the some of the ASPCA income was replaced by a $7,500 grant received from the Grey Muzzle Organization, a national nonprofit based in Raleigh that funds agencies that support its mission of improving the lives of senior dogs, those 7 years and older.

Read the full article here:  Medical vouchers give older dogs a leg up on adoption

Auborn Reporter:  Phil Morgan, Auburn Valley Humane Society's Executive Director: “This grant will help us give senior dogs like Sydney who needed veterinary and dental care to make them more easily adoptable. Senior pups make the best companions. No one is more grateful or loving than an old dog who knows they are getting a second chance.”

Read the full article here:  Senior dogs at Auburn Valley Humane Society getting a grant for their golden years