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Yorkie and Cocker Spaniel Available for Adoption

Meet Maggie May McMuffin and Sadie.

Meet Maggie May McMuffin

Maggie May McMuffin is a 8-year-old yorkie available for adoption through the St. Louis Senior Dog Project.

Maggie May McMuffin tries to live up to her spunky name with an equally spunky personality! Although she is a tiny pup she will give you the biggest hugs! Maggie was formerly a puppy mill breeding dog and she is ready to become a beloved pet.

She is a very sweet and affectionate girl. Like most other cute tiny pups, she will try to use her size to her advantage and use any human as a pillow and for snuggles. Maggie May would make a great addition to any home, in particular a home looking for a companion lap dog.

If you would like to meet Maggie May or any of our other adoptable senior and not so senior dogs stop by Saturday or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can get more information by visiting the St. Louis Senior Dog Project website.

Thank you to St. Louis Senior Dog Project for introducing us to Maggie May McMuffin.

Meet Sadie

Sadie is approximately 6 years old and came into our rescue in January, a day after she delivered six puppies. She has been a great Mother to her pups but they are now weaned from their mother and it is time for Sadie to relax and have her own home. She is an affectionate and beautiful cocker that loves to sit on your lap and snuggle. She sleeps quietly all night on a dog bed in the bedroom. 

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 every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., except May 19 when we will be at the Bark in the Park event in Forest Park. Please visit our Senior Dogs 4 Seniors website.

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

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