We provide grant funding to save and improve the lives of at-risk senior dogs across the country. These are just a few of the thousands of senior dogs who got their second chance thanks to the dedication of our grantees and the generosity of supporters like you!

beige lab dog
13 YRS
When 13-year-old Hazel was surrendered to the shelter in June, she was severely overweight and struggling with multiple health issues. The clinic staff at Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA immediately fell in love with this easy-…
beige dog looking at camera
Senior girl Roxie was a stray who found herself in an overcrowded shelter in North Carolina. Petey and Furends stepped in to transport her to Washington D.C. in hopes that greater exposure may help her chances of being adopted.…
Yorkie in a tattooed hand
14 YRS
Carly's owners recently noticed that she wasn't her usual happy self. She was lethargic and not interested in eating. Concerned, they took 14-year-old Carly to their local ER, where she was diagnosed with a terrible infection.…
In Memory
House with a Heart
Muffin had lived with her family since puppyhood. About the time she turned 14, Muffin was diagnosed with possible leukemia. Apparently unable to help Muffin, her family turned her over to the local Humane Society. Muffin was ill…
St. Louis Senior Dog Project
Cinder is a slim little dog, about 8-10 years old, who might be a miniature pinscher/chihuahua/you-name-it mix. She was picked up as a stray in St. Louis County. After no one came to claim her, the shelter vet called to see if St…
Leo Headshot
Senior Dog Rescue of Oregon (SDRO)
Leo was found wandering the streets crying and whimpering. He was taken to the local Humane Society where a massive, painful skin infection over most of his body was discovered. Workers were distraught to find lesions on his back…