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We are Holding a Raffle for Sarra Grace's Spay

We are holding a Gift Raffle so that Sarra can get spayed..She is our latest addition to our Sanctuary..…





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Added by LadyandCodysSeniorDisabledSanctuary on July 12, 2008 at 7:03am — No Comments

Our Mission Statement

Our Senior and Senior Disabled Small Breed Dog Mission





We are a small private senior/senior disabled small breed sanctuary...And our Mission is to give senior and senior disabled small breed dogs a good and loving home for whatever time they may have left on this earth..We feel it is wrong that an old dog should be doomed to a life of misery at a shelter just because they are old or have a disability..



All of the little angels that come here are here for life...Once… Continue

Added by LadyandCodysSeniorDisabledSanctuary on July 9, 2008 at 7:30pm — No Comments

What to Expect as Your Dog Ages

You aren't getting older, you're getting better – at least, that's what a lot of people tell themselves. The same goes for our dogs, but we can't ignore some of the changes that occur as the years advance. Every dog ages differently but there are some common changes that occur as the body gets older. Here is a list of the 20 most common things that develop in elderly pets.



# Loss of hearing. As dogs age, the nerve cells and hearing apparatus degenerates, resulting in a slow loss of… Continue

Added by LadyandCodysSeniorDisabledSanctuary on July 9, 2008 at 10:39am — No Comments

Keeping Your Family Pet Calm During the 4th of July Celebration

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Greeting! Tomorrow is the 4th of July and as you may know, many cities and municipalities are having their fireworks displays tonight. Tomorrow - there will be tons of picnics and parties that probably extend through the weekend bringing the potential for a lot of fun but also a lot of dog dangers (Tomorrow - I'll… Continue

Added by LadyandCodysSeniorDisabledSanctuary on July 3, 2008 at 9:51pm — No Comments

Would you leave your pet behind during a storm?

Would you leave your pet behind during a storm?



As you recall during Hurricane Katrina where 250,000 household pets were left stranded. Many pet owners refused to leave their animals behind and stayed home trying to weather the storm. How many of those people lost their lives because of this may never fully be known.



What have we learned from this? What is government and other groups doing to help us with our pets in case of a disaster?



Well, I have two pieces… Continue

Added by LadyandCodysSeniorDisabledSanctuary on July 3, 2008 at 6:04pm — No Comments

ASPCA RESPONDS TO OUTCRY OVER “STARVING DOG” EXHIBIT

ASPCA RESPONDS TO OUTCRY OVER "STARVING DOG" EXHIBIT





Late last week the ASPCA issued a press release in response to the tremendous outpouring of public concern over a 2007 art exhibition by Costa Rican artist Guillermo Habacuc Vargas that featured an emaciated dog. Because reports on the duration of the exhibit and the condition and fate of the dog vary widely—including those issued from the Nicaraguan gallery involved and Vargas himself—it is impossible at this time to… Continue

Added by LadyandCodysSeniorDisabledSanctuary on June 29, 2008 at 6:33pm — No Comments

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