A Shocking Reason Sick Senior Dogs are Abandoned – and How to Help This #GivingTuesday

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The Grey Muzzle Foundation is working hard to create more happy tails for homeless hospice dogs this #GivingTuesday.

I’m supporting their “Hospice Care for Homeless Senior Dogs” fund to help dogs that are too sick or fragile to be adopted get out of shelters to live their final days with dignity and love.

Dogs of Every Age Deserve Loving Care

Sadly, senior dogs are often abandoned in shelters at this stage of their life, left to die alone and afraid.

Safe, Warm, Home

Hospice for pets, or the privilege of providing compassionate care for an animal friend as they approach their end of life, is a much-needed growing trend and one that I experienced with Haley.

As an alternative to euthanasia, it allows your companion to transition peacefully in a place of emotional, physical and spiritual support.

Be a Senior Dog Superhero Today

You can help even more by spreading the word. Get shareable graphics, “copy and paste” tweets, Facebook updates and more with the Grey Muzzle #GivingTuesday Toolkit.

We believe old dogs contribute positively to our quality of life and have much to teach us about patience, respect, responsibility, loyalty and unconditional love.”
— Grey Muzzle

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