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Two women each with a dog

Why Adopt A Senior Dog?

November 01, 2012

The need for senior dog adoption is great. What makes each of the circumstances creating this need even more saddening is the fact that, despite the wonderful attributes of older dogs and all the best efforts of most shelters, these dogs are frequently overlooked in favor of puppies and younger animals. 

Belle, a hound dog, aided by Grey Muzzle in 2012

Meet The Senior Dogs You've Helped in 2012!

November 01, 2012

Thanks to your donations, we provide grants and other funds to pay expenses such as medical care, so the wonderful organizations that give these dogs a second chance can focus on their care.

Jenny Kachnic and her Saint Bernard

Board News: Welcome, Jennifer Kachnic!

October 31, 2012

The Grey Muzzle Board of Directors is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Kachnic to our board.

Chandra and her dog, Daley

Board News: Welcome, Chandra Conway!

October 01, 2012

The Grey Muzzle Board of Directors is pleased to announce the addition of Chandra Conway to our board.

Grants Updates: Six groups, six states!

September 30, 2012

Grey Muzzle welcomes six new grantees to the pack!

John Unger and Schoep, the dog, relaxing in water

Grey Muzzle Talks With Photographer Whose Senior Dog Image Has Touched Millions

September 01, 2012

Photographer Hannah Stonehouse Hudson’s image of John Unger and his dog Schoep relaxing together in Lake Superior has been seen, and felt, around the world. Schoep, a 19-year-old Shepherd mix, has severe arthritis that compromises his mobility. John, who adopted Schoep at the age of eight months, takes Schoep to the lake regularly so he can float, free from aches and pains. 

Lollie, a senior Shih Tzu

Grey Muzzle Within Reach Of Granting $250,000 To Save Senior Dogs' Lives

August 15, 2012

Since 2008, The Grey Muzzle Organization has granted $230,000 to help homeless and at-risk senior dogs across the country. Meet Lollie (pictured), and others who have benefitted from the grants, and learn how nonprofit organizations are putting the funds to work to save senior dog lives!

Senior Dog Care: How To Read Signs of Pain And Discomfort

August 01, 2012

The primary form of communication for dogs is body language. It is important for you to learn more about this language, especially if you are caring for senior dogs, in order to understand their changing needs.

Hot Type: Grey Muzzle in the news!

July 01, 2012

Grey Muzzle receives some great press of its own from time to time.  Read a couple of articles featuring our organization.

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