Muddles, left, with his housemate Jaxon.
The St. Louis Senior Dog Project is a not-for-profit dog rescue organization specializing in older dogs but taking in and finding homes for dogs of all ages...even puppies. Meet your new best friend 11 to 3 Saturday, July 26 at either the Kirkwood Petco or the Brentwood Petco. To see which dogs will be there plus other available dogs, go Here.
And it isn't too early to sign up for our September 20 Trivia Night at Assumption Parish of Mattese, 4709 Maattis Rd. Doors open at 6. Trivia begins at 7. $25 per person for up to 8 players per table. For more information or to make reservations, contact Arlene at 314-623-0412 or Kulade5@yahoo.com
We enjoy the happy pictures of dogs in their new homes. That's Muddles at the left above. It took awhile for Muddles to find his forever home, but he's got a good one now. His people say Muddles and Jaxon have become good friends. They've even learned to walk side by side without pulling. That's super news for a pair of not so small dogs.
Muddles actually has a new name. He's now known as Blue, so named for his vivid blue eye.
And here's a picture of Hero the Japanese Chin with his new people. It took Hero more than a year to find his home. Let's just say he didn't show well at adoption events. But he's a lover at home and with his special people. Here's the happy family now.
Domino, a little chihuahua/rat terrier, is aother of those little guys who act ferocious in a cage but turn into marshmallows once the door opens. He quickly found his new home. Lucky boy...and he'll have a couple human boys to play with.
And finally, here's Wolfgang (Wolfie) with his new human, Ted. Wolfie is about 10 years old. He'll be living with his retired human on a house boat. Wolfie and Ted will enjoy plenty of park walks.
Pretty pictures. Happy dogs.
St. Louis Senior Dog Project