Senior Spotlight

We envision a world where every senior dog thrives, and no old dog dies alone and afraid. Ensuring senior dogs find loving, forever homes is central to that vision. There are many benefits and reasons to adopt a senior dog, and we hope to show the world what incredible companions they are.

Here are some adoptable senior dogs located across the country. Please check in with each organization to learn more about how to adopt a shelter or rescue dog.


Willie & Sebastian

Willie and Sebastian are a bonded pair who get along well with dogs, cats, and are approved for children ages 7 and up. They must go to a home together. They are well-behaved, will come when called, and will sit - sometimes, but especially when it's time to put on leashes for a walk. They love...


Max & Rex

Max and Rex are a tiny pair with big personalities! These two love to snuggle up with their person and play with toys! Max prefers stuffed animals and Rex is all about anything that squeeks! They are used to an active household and love to go for...



From a senior, abused pit bull mix in need of major surgery, to a cuddly, happy pup who has learned to live and love, Buffie is an inspiration to us all! Just months ago, Buffie was living in pain, her ears were scarred shut from neglected, constant,...



Evelyn came to the Humane Society of Charlotte through one of our partnerships with local municipal shelters in North Carolina. Evelyn was transferred into our care on March 13, 2018. As procedure goes with all new dogs we bring in, we set Evelyn up...



Izzy is a sweet female Boxer. Her estimated DOB is 4/4/2008. She came to us through no fault of her own and her weight at intake was 41 lbs. She is a loving gal who is looking for a place to call her own. She will be a great companion to watch your...


Fidgey & Wynn Dixie

Looking for a terrific two-fer? This Pennsylvania pair may be an odd couple, but the folks at Main Line Animal Rescue in Phoenixville say they’re both wonderfully even-tempered!...

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