Yorkie and Terrier Mix Seek Forever Homes

Meet Cookie and Hansel at the Kirkwood Petco this weekend. Both are well behaved and loving dogs.

Meet Cookie

Cookie is a beautiful 7-year-old yorkie that came into rescue from a breeding facility. She is a very sweet little girl and is learning how to be a pet. She needs an owner who will be patient with her but she is learning fast. She is well behaved in the house and yard. She sleeps quietly all night in an xpen in the bedroom. She also gets along great with other dogs. All this girl needs her own forever home!

Our mission is to place older dogs in the loving homes of older people in the St Louis area. We do, however, take in dogs of all ages and adopt to people of all ages. We do home visits and ask for a $200 adoption donation for adult dogs and $300 for puppies. 

We are at the Kirkwood Petco every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This store is located on Lindbergh just north of I-44. Turn left at the first major stoplight. 

Please visit our website at: www.seniordogs4seniors.com

Thank you to Senior Dogs 4 Seniors for introducing us to Cookie. 

Meet Hansel

Hansel is an adult terrier mix available for adoption through the St. Louis Senior Dog Project.

Hansel is a pooch with a cute face and equally cute long whiskers, his foster mom describes him as whiskery. He is a very friendly dog that would be quick to make friends with all humans in a household. Hansel used to be an only dog but his foster home reports that he is getting used to sharing a home with other dogs.

Hansel may be a sheltie/terrier mix but no one is quite sure, you can be the judge! One thing is for sure, Hansel is ready to give love! He is housebroken and has good manners, and would make a great addition to any home. If you would like to meet Hansel and our other adoptable pooches please stop by the Kirkwood Petco Saturday or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or check out our website www.stlseniordogproject.org.  

Thank you to the St. Louis Senior Dog Project for introducing us to Hansel. 


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