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Meet some of the senior dogs helped by The Grey Muzzle Organization. We provide grants to support lifesaving, innovative senior dog programs across the country. These are just a few of the senior dogs who got their second chance thanks to the work of our grantees and the generosity of our supporters.

Please consider making a life-changing gift today to help even more at-risk senior dogs get the second chance they so deserve.

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To learn more about the organizations we fund, see our Grants Recipients page. The dogs featured here have found their forever homes, but you can find adoptable senior dogs on our Senior Spotlight page.

Jack Russell terrier mix Jill

Jill

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Jill is a darling, eight-year-old Jack Russell Terrier mix with a very spunky personality. This active girl came to the Animal Protective Foundation of Schenectady (APF) last fall as a stray. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Jill
Yorkie mix Leah

Leah & Jayde

How we helped

Seniors for Seniors Adoption Program Grant

Leah and Jayde arrived at PAWS Connecticut together after their owner went into a long term care facility. The sisters had been bounced around with family members and finally ended up at the shelter.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Leah & Jayde
Beagle Maggie Mae

Maggie Mae

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Sweet Maggie Mae was found injured on the side of the road in Georgia. She had a broken leg and her back was obviously hurt, so animal control figured she was probably struck by a car. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Maggie Mae
Levi wearing a red bowtie

Levi

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

It has taken a village to save Levi!

He came to Austin Humane Society (AHS) from the Louisiana SPCA in partnership with the Houston SPCA during the crisis response to Hurricane Laura this past fall. This senior pup had obvious cataracts and loss of vision.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Levi
Brown and white collie mix Ridge

Ridge

How we helped

Dental Expense Grant

Ridge, a nine-year old collie mix, was found abandoned in an old house with other dogs. They were left with no food or water. Sadly, Ridge was picked on by the other dogs and had bite marks all over his body.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Ridge
Dappled Dachshund

Paw Paw

How we helped

Dental Expense Grant

Sweet Paw Paw came to Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption, Inc. in Georgia from a puppy mill bust. He had spent his whole life living in confinement and used as a breeding dog.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Paw Paw
Brown and white Cleo in front of flowers

Cleo

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Before being brought to the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA (CASPCA), Cleo was used for breeding and spent her whole life chained outside. 

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Cleo
Black pit bull mix Brewster

Brewster

How we helped

Innovative Senior Dog Program Grant

Brewster was seen being dumped on a corner in South Florida. A Good Samaritan followed him to a parking lot and was then able to scoop him up and bring him to Broward County Animal Care as a stray.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Brewster
Shiba Inu Sparky

Sparky

How we helped

Dental Expense Grant

Sweet 13-year-old Sparky came to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington (HSSW) after her owners decided she needed a home that could give her more attention.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Sparky
Miniature Schnauzer Reni

Reni

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

When she turned 14, Serenity’s (Reni's) main man was deployed overseas. He asked family to care for her, and they did, until Covid-19 strained their financial resources. Looking for help, they found Top Dog Foundation.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Reni
Black lab mix Dolly

Dolly

How we helped

Seniors for Seniors Adoption Program Grant

Dolly arrived at the Humane Society of Shelby County (AL) as a heartworm-positive stray. She was not an attention-getter in her kennel and potential adopters kept passing her by.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Dolly
French Bulldog Sammie

Sammie

How we helped

Medical Expense Grant

Sammie was found wandering down the road, in the middle of the night, by a Good Samaritan. Once at the Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce County, he was immediately taken to the veterinarian due to the poor state of his skin. The vet team also noticed Sammie was completely blind.

Read more about Grey Muzzle grant recipient, Sammie

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