The St. Louis Senior Dog Project is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit dog rescue organization. See our adoptable dogs and a few cats at www.olderbetter.petfinder.org.
Another adoption Saturday, and boy are we all tired.
Byt a few more dogs have found homes.
James was a stray in the St. Louis City Pound, a matted shih tzu whose true brindle coat only became visible after he was shaved almost to the skin. That's his "after" picture. Look below for "before." He's a happy, friendly young dog who lingered too long in the Pound. Now he's home with his lucky new family.
Another Pound puppy, Maggie, a lab mix, also found a home, and so did Charlie, a miniature pinsher mix who lost his former home when his owner lost hers. Now he's settling in with a young couple who can't wait to see just how snuggly he becomes when invited to hide under the covers.
Cheddar, a miniature pinsher/chihuahua mix from St. Louis Animal Control, also went to a new home this week. And Claire, the St. Louis County Animal Control poodle mix who has recovered from pneumonia, has met her soon-to-be-new-owner and will go home later next week.
Petey, the catahoula/whippet mix, has an application and may go to his new home next week.
Not our biggest week, but a good one.
ST. Louis Senior Dog Project