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Adopting A Senior Dog

Adopting A Senior Dog

As the wild weather wanders in and many of us cosy up with our furry loved ones this Autumn, stop and take a moment to consider the animals that may need a little extra TLC this year. With thousands of animals in the care of shelters and rescue centers, consider giving a little more love to someone who desperately deserves it in particular consider adopting a senior dog.

Give some love this November

Throughout the UK, Animal Rescue Shelters and Adoption Centres help care and support multitudes of animals that have been neglected, hurt, and malnourished by owners suffering from months and even years of abuse. It is months like these, that not just the UK, but the globe come together to raise a little more awareness for those that don’t have a voice but need love more than ever before

Their Wonderful Work

Run mainly on donations and support of everyday people, shelters and adoptions centers work tirelessly to end animal cruelty and suffering throughout the UK. From creating safe and secure spaces for neglected and abused dogs to live until they find their forever home to providing dietary and medical support to all the animals in their care, animals in the UK really would not survive if it wasn’t for the wondrous work of these caring charities. 

As significant members of our lives since the moment they bundle through our doors, we simply couldn’t survive without our four-legged friends. Nourishing our lives in more ways than we could ever express, there is one particular dog that we all should try and support more than ever this Autumn.

Their Wonderful Work

Run mainly on donations and support of everyday people, shelters and adoptions centers work tirelessly to end animal cruelty and suffering throughout the UK. From creating safe and secure spaces for neglected and abused dogs to live until they find their forever home to providing dietary and medical support to all the animals in their care, animals in the UK really would not survive if it wasn’t for the wondrous work of these caring charities. 

As significant members of our lives since the moment they bundle through our doors, we simply couldn’t survive without our four-legged friends. Nourishing our lives in more ways than we could ever express, there is one particular dog that we all should try and support more than ever this Autumn.

Adopting A Senior Dog

Being one of the highest proportions of ages taken into adoption and rescue centers, Senior dogs are less likely to be adopted due to a natural need to nurture a puppy. However, if there is any dog that needs a voice and TLC than anyone, it is our golden oldies. Well-trained, loyal and quirky in their own special way, giving your love and home to a senior dog this Autumn can in fact build a bond greater than anything before. 

Providing a Senior Dog with a warm, loving, and caring home, can ensure that the remaining years of that dog’s life is filled with happiness and joy. For some, they have only ever known neglect and pain and still remained loyal to the day they were rescued. Wanting to give and share that same level of love to a new and adoring family, a senior dog will not only change your life but will change theirs too.

How you can help

If you are on the hunt for a canine companion this Autumn, consider visiting your local animal shelter or rescue center and get to know the furry friends in their care. Home to some of the most special Senior Dogs you will ever encounter, adopting a senior dog will change their life and enhance yours.

How you can help

If you are on the hunt for a canine companion this Autumn, consider visiting your local animal shelter or rescue center and get to know the furry friends in their care. Home to some of the most special Senior Dogs you will ever encounter, adopting a senior dog will change their life and enhance yours.

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