the spring of 2004 I more or less inherited two small dogs. A few
months later, I was made aware that while puppies are adopted,
oftentimes older dogs are not, and after a time euthanized. Being
an old dog myself, I decided that there was room in my heart and
room in my home for another dog, a "Senior Citizen" dog.
That decision has literally changed my life, and all for the
better. I thought I knew a few things... it took a one-eyed,
overweight pug-pekingese-chihuahua mix to show me, then pushing
50, some things that are REALLY important in life.
was already up and running in 2002. The people involved in this
site added the promotion of Senor Dog Adoption to the community
services aspect of the non-profit organization that operates the
this page you will find links to pages about my dog family and to
other sites of interest about dogs, both local and national. Comments, suggestions, and
material to add to the these websites are very much appreciated,
which is to say, I've started this, but YOU are more than welcome
to be a part of it.
you for visiting this page. If you have room in your house and your
heart for an older dog, consider adopting one. If adoption
please support you local animal shelter.
last thing about those older dogs... they DO learn new tricks...
and they just may teach you a few things too!
is not enough; we must apply. Understanding is not enough; we must
Knowing and understanding in action make for honor.
And honor is the heart of wisdom."
Johann von Goethe