Big, Little Senior Dogs Need Homes
Meet Jazz and Hunny at the Kirkwood Petco this weekend.
Meet Jazz, a female 10-year-old Labrador Retriever mix available for adoption with the St. Louis Senior Dog Project.
Jazz's former owner unfortunately had to go live to a nursing home, and Jazz ended up with no one to care for her and was relinquished to a shelter in Illinois. It was a big shock for Jazz to go from a home to a shelter and she quickly became depressed and lonely in the shelter environment.
Thankfully, through the help of David Backes, of the St. Louis Blues, and his wife, Kelly, she was able to leave the shelter and join the ranks of dogs living in loving foster homes with the St. Louis Senior Dog Project. David and Kelly sponsored the vet care and other expenses for Jazz.
Jazz is enjoying her stay at her foster home while she waits for her forever home. She has warmed up to the humans in her household and enjoys getting belly rubs and of course treats!
This weekend is Petfinder's Birthday and they are going for a record of 15,000 adoptions through out the country. Come join us this weekend at Kirkwood Petco and Dardenne Prairie Petco to join in the adoption celebration!
Information provided by St. Louis Senior Dog Project.
Hunny is a beautiful little girl who will surely sweeten your life. She is available for adoption through Senior Dogs 4 Seniors.
She likes to sleep on your bed or on a comfy dog bed. She is doing well with potty training. When left alone, she will use doggie pads.
Having come from an apartment of an elderly woman, she is acclimating well with noise of other dogs and little children. She is 9 years old (56 in human years).
Information provided by Senior Dogs 4 Seniors.