Meet the Dogs

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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.

Brown pittie mix Milton

Milton

January 26, 2020

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Milton and his wiggly butt had been at Chicago Animal Care and Control for two whole months. A ten-year-old pittie with a heart murmur, Milton quickly became a volunteer favorite at the shelter and had many wonderful pals rooting for his rescue. Because of his age and heart condition, he was deemed "Rescue Only" by the shelter.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Milton
Cream colored terrier mix Harley

Harley

January 13, 2020

How we helped

Dental Expense Grant

Harley came into the care of Nevada Humane Society (NHS) as a rescue from the local shelter, Washoe County Regional Animal Services. He is a sweet, 13-year-old Terrier mix who was diagnosed as having Stage 4 dental disease by the NHS medical team.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Harley
Black terrier mix Diva

Diva

January 6, 2020

How we helped

Keeping Senior Pets in Homes

Diva is a sassy 12-year-old terrier mix who required assistance from the Foundation for Animal Care and Education (FACE). Sweet, little Diva was diagnosed with painful bladder stones. On top of this, she had recently suffered a bacterial infection and her treatment depleted the savings of her hardworking family, leaving them unable to fund an emergency cystotomy (the surgery needed to remove the bladder stones).

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Diva
Little One

Little One

December 29, 2019

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Little One is a ten-pound, 15-year-old black and tan Yorkshire Terrier mix on a mission to get a cuddle from anyone who comes near her, and she usually succeeds. She came to Dakin Humane Society at the end of the summer because her person had too many animals and wasn’t able to meet her needs.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Little One
Close up of Denver

Denver

December 22, 2019

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Meet Denver! This gentle nine-year-old was surrendered to the shelter, sadly, due to a divorce but now has a new start thanks to Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) and The Grey Muzzle Organization.

When Denver arrived at PAWS, his vet exam revealed multiple lumps on his abdomen needing ultrasound, biopsy and removal.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Denver
Close up of Bingo

Bingo

December 16, 2019

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Bingo was found wandering alone on a rural road, confused, tired and in some pain. He was taken to a local shelter and, shortly thereafter, transferred to Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation. Estimated to be about 12 years old, Bingo’s diagnostics and care has been ongoing since he came to Lost Dog a few months ago. With the support of Grey Muzzle, Lost Dog was able to verify that Bingo’s thyroid condition was under control by running repeat bloodwork.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Bingo
Rottweiler Storm with tennis ball

Storm

December 9, 2019

How we helped

Innovative Senior Dog Program Grant

Storm was found alone, hiding under a building in the midst of a heat wave and terrible lightning storm. He was suffering from heat stroke and unable to muster the strength to even stand up. His face and thin body said it all–he was sad, matted, and drenched to the bone. When his rescuers found him, he immediately drank all the water he could, searching for more.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Storm
Daisy looking up at camera

Daisy

November 25, 2019

How we helped

Dental Expense Grant

Daisy is a ten-year-old Golden Retriever mix who was rescued by our new grantee, Golden Retrievers Acres Senior Sanctuary (GRASS). She is very sweet, loving, affectionate and playful, but was in desperate need of dental care. Thanks to a Grey Muzzle grant, Daisy received a comprehensive dental cleaning and nine necessary extractions.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Daisy
Phillip on dog bed

Phillip

November 18, 2019

How we helped

Innovative Senior Dog Program Grant

Meet Phillip, an 11-year-old pit bull mix, who had lived his entire life with a family and children. However, Phillip's family moved and didn't take him along, so he found himself alone, sick and scared at the local animal control faciity. Philip waited patiently every day for his family to return, but they never did.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Phillip
Brown pit bull Peanut

Peanut

November 4, 2019

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

At the age of eight, Peanut found himself at Animal Care Centers of New York City. He was not neutered, had a skin condition (sarcoptic mange) and his behavioral evaluation with other dogs was questionable. His future at the shelter and finding a home was in jeopardy.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Peanut
Bug with a cast on

Bug

October 27, 2019

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Teeny tiny Bug was hit by a car as a stray and brought into animal control. One Tail at a Time took her in and provided her with all of her needed medical care, thanks to their Grey Muzzle grant.

Bug recouped in foster care for many weeks before being healthy enough for adoption.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Bug
Grey and white bully Lilly

Lilly

October 20, 2019

How we helped

Keeping Senior Pets in Homes

Lilly's owners brought her to Jacksonville Humane Society (JHS) because she wasn't acting like herself. She was lethargic and would not eat or drink. After several tests, the JHS veterinary team diagnosed Lilly with Addison's disease, a life-threatening condition for dogs when not caught in time.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Lilly

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