The PAWS staff has been hard at work teaching our senior dogs new tricks to perform atthe shelter's first ever “Senior Dog Talent Show” on Saturday, Jan. 5, at 1 p.m. in honor of Senior Dog A
Senior dogs end up in shelters for a variety of reasons, the previous owners have moved or couldn't afford the medical care any longer. Sometimes, they are found as strays and sometimes their owners have passed away.
But regardless of how they ended up in the shelter, they tend to stay for longer periods of time.
PAWS currently has five senior dogs in need of homes. For the entire month, PAWS is reducing the $210 adoption fee to $75 for all senior and long-term resident dogs.
These dogs are already spayed orneutered, heartworm tested, have had a veterinary exam and are microchipped.All senior dog adopters will also receive a good bag filled with food, treatsand other items to welcome your new friend into your home.
The public is encouraged to attend our SeniorDog Talent Show on January 5 at 1 p.m. to meet our senior dogs in person. Lightrefreshments will be served.
Originally posted here: Talent show kicks off PAWS' senior dog adoption month – Thehour.com: Community