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The Grey Muzzle Organization provides funding for senior dog programs nationwide. Here you'll find a list of the organizations that have received Grey Muzzle funding. Please contact these organizations if you are considering adopting a senior dog, fostering, or volunteering.

2017 grant recipients include:

Advanced Canine Education Diana Basehart Foundation Lollypop Farm, The Humane Society of Greater Rochester
Animal Rescue League of Iowa Elder Paws Senior Dog Foundation Main Line Rescue, Inc. (DBA Main Line Animal Rescue)
Animal Rescue, Inc. Fairy Tail Endings, Inc. National Mill Dog Rescue
As Good as Gold - Golden Retriever Rescue of Illinois Fort Valley State University Partners For Pets Humane Society
Asheville Humane Society Foundation for Animal Care and Education Pawmetto Lifeline
Auburn Valley Humane Society Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center Peace of Mind Dog Rescue
Austin Humane Society Helping Hands Humane Society Peak Lab Rescue
Austin Pets Alive! Humane Society of Charlotte Prairie Paws Animal Shelter
Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue Humane Society of Indianapolis, Inc. Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc.
Boykin Spaniel Rescue Humane Society of Southeast Missouri Sussex County Fellowship for Animals
Companion Animal Rehabilitation Emergency Medical Fund Humane Society of Summit County The Humane Society of Charles County
Compassion Without Borders Humane Society of Western Montana German Shepherd Rescue of Northern California
Connecticut Humane Society Kentucky Humane Society Tyson's Place Animal Rescue
Cooper's Chance Animal Rescue Knoxville-Knox County Council on Aging- Knox PAWS Virginia Beach SPCA
Cumberland County SPCA and South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter Lab Rescue LRCP Watauga Humane Society
Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue Leon County Humane Society Young at Heart Pet Rescue
Lionel's Legacy Little Shelter Animal Rescue and Adoption Center  

Grey Muzzle Grant Recipients

Grant recipients include:


Watauga Humane Society

Funded in 2017

How we help

A grant from Grey Muzzle helps Watauga Humane Society with the senior dog portion of their Adoption Boosters program, including preventative care, medical care, spay/neuter, food, fee waivers, reduced adoption fees, senior discounts, and regular double discounts on senior pets for senior citizens.

By providing a thorough wellness assessment, blood work, local spay/neuter surgery, dental cleaning and extractions, special food appropriate for the individual dog size, weight, and condition, and sometimes minor surgeries like removal of a cherry eye, they are able to help the dog and alleviate the public's concerns. When senior dogs look and feel their best, their health needs are addressed, and they can speak knowledgeably with the public about the dog, seniors are just as adoptable as any other dog. And, best of all, the adopter goes home ready to enjoy their dog, confident of the dog's condition, and any dietary needs addressed. This reduces "adopters remorse" and subsequent returns and decreases length of stay.

About Watauga Humane Society

The mission of the Watauga Humane Society is to provide the following:

  • A well-equipped and appropriately staffed facility where the citizens of Watauga County can bring unwanted and abandoned animals;
  • Relief of suffering among animals;
  • Provisions for food, shelter, medical care, and love to homeless animals while they await permanent homes;
  • Assistance with control of unwanted animals by offering low-cost spay/neuter services;
  • Education to the public about responsible animal ownership and care.
Learn more about Watauga Humane Society
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Young at Heart Pet Rescue

Funded from 2011 - 2015 and 2017

How we help

Grey Muzzle helps fund the Grey Muzzles, Gold Hearts program, which provides senior citizen outreach and adoption.

About Young at Heart Pet Rescue

Young at Heart is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of mature and senior dogs and cats. 100% of their adoptable pets are rescued from open-admission shelters where their age makes them first in line for euthanasia. Young at Heart is based in Chicagoland.

Learn more about Young at Heart Pet Rescue

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