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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.

Paw print inside red heart This icon indicates that the dog is now deceased.

Grey Muzzle Grant Recipients

Grant recipients are listed by those added most recently.

Princess and her daughter Fran

Princess

December 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Princess was living with her racing owner since the time she was born. In September, we received a call from her owner saying she needed to find her a new home.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Princess
Kimmy, a Jack Russell terrier mix

Kimmy

October 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Kimmy, a 10-year-old Jack Russell mix, was left at Quad City Animal Welfare Center in Illinois last month when her owner no longer wanted her. The shelter’s new Grey Muzzle grant helped pay for her medical care.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Kimmy
Stevie, the German Shepherd

Stevie

August 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

"Stevie is 10 years old and was dumped at the Wake County shelter because his owners no longer wanted him. He was arthritic, emaciated and very unsteady on his feet when he first came to us."

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Stevie
Monte

Monte

August 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Monte is a 10+ year-old miniature pinscher mix, found wandering the streets and brought in by a Good Samaritan. While he is mostly blind, underweight and battling an infection, he has settled nicely in his foster home.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Monte
Chester

Chester

July 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Chester, a tan, black and beige Yorkie, was one of the worst cruelty cases I have witnessed at the Rutherford County Animal Control Facility. He was picked up by an Animal Control Officer.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Chester
Janie

Janie

June 10, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Posh Pets rescue in New York City took 8-year-old Janie from a local government animal control shelter and immediately brought her to the vet’s office for a checkup.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Janie
Vera laying on her bed

Vera

May 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

11-year-old Vera had been waiting in a kennel for adoption for two years, yet no adoption group was able to take her. Greyhound Pets of America-Wisconsin stepped up to help Vera and her old friend NickyNack. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Vera
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Jane, a Golden Retriever, now deceased

Jane

March 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Jane was left with a neighbor when her humans decided to move to New Zealand. A year later, the neighbors were working long hours and Jane had to stay home alone for 10-12 hours--just too long for an old dog. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Jane
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Baby

Baby

January 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for hospice/long term care

Last month we learned that 13-year-old Baby, a mini-dachshund, entered the hospice program at Central Texas Dachshund Rescue. CTDR says, "Baby came to us with her buddy after spending her entire life in the backyard of her home..." 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Baby
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Halo

Halo

January 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Halo, an old chocolate lab, was found as a stray in rural Ohio and taken to the local shelter. Southwest Pennsylvania Retriever Rescue (SPARRO) works on a regular basis with this shelter and was happy to make the 300 mile drive to pick Halo up there.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Halo
Nolan

Nolan

January 1, 2010

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Nolan is a nice, older dog who was left behind in an empty house when his former humans moved out. He was picked up by animal control where he was near the top of their list for euthanasia. He was horribly matted when he came to Saint Louis Senior Dog Project.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Nolan
Mooter, matted, on his chain

Mooter

December 1, 2009

How we helped

Medical expense grant for adoptable dogs

Mooter, a spaniel mix, spent his nine years of life on the end of a chain. Community Partnership for Pets worked with Grey Muzzle to find a home for Mooter. Saint Louis Senior Dog Project took Mooter and three other seniors.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Mooter

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