Forever Loved:
Hospice Foster Program

In the spring of 2015, Secondhand Hounds started to receive multiple requests for elderly, un-adoptable dogs in shelters. Unfortunately, our program is adoption-based, and that is how we guarantee the survival of our program. But, we could not let these senior and terminally-ill dogs live out their final days in a cold, lonely shelter. So, we started the Forever Loved Hospice Program.

This program relies on hospice foster homes to open their hearts to dogs who will not ever leave. They will not be able to find a wonderful adoptive family, they will not watch their foster dog transform into a healthy pet, they will never say “see you later,” but rather “goodbye.” As you can imagine, it takes a very selfless, compassionate, and strong foster to do this. Essentially, they are taking these dogs in as their own, and loving them fiercely until it is their time to pass.

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Hospice fostering isn’t cheap, and Secondhand Hounds covers all of their medical bills. So, we look to donations to help support this program. Each animal gets special food, an orthopedic bed, pain medicine if needed, various other medicine for eye issues, ear issues, dental issues, etc. When the time comes for them to cross the Rainbow Bridge, we believe in their foster home, surrounded by the people (and animals) they love, is the only way to dignify these sweethearts. Because of MNPets, we are able to have our hospice fosters cross the rainbow bridge with dignity and comfort in their own home.

Below you will find a list of our current hospice animals. We will keep the ones who have passed on our page as well. They are important. They are loved. Thank you for helping us save them.

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Hospice Foster Animals


1 year old American Pit Bull Terrier

Alicia aka Ivy came to us as a fighter fund pup, we were told she was blind from taking a hit in the head with a blunt object. No big deal we thought, we love special needs and blindness isn’t a biggie, they adjust well and someone will fall in love and adopt her so quick. After all she’s adorable!

It took us only a few days to know there was more going on and she saw a series of specialist who determined she had a skull fracture from the blow. It was pretty obvious by the giant scar and skull malformation that stretched from just above her eyes to almost her ear base. Ivy was determined to have brain damage that affected much more than her ability to see. She is blind in her left eye and has poor facial tone so she drops food and water out of her left and it just doesn’t function quite right. She has pretty limited vision in her right but thankfully can still see some. Ivy also has gait issues and drags her left foot and has some other neuro issues like social seizures and impulse control issues. Ivy’s biggest issue is the brain damage caused her esophageal muscles to be damaged because her brain doesn’t tell them to work quite right she developed megaesophagus as a result (basically a very enlarged esophagus that food can struggle to move through and into the stomach). Ivy eats in a bailey chair with a special diet to help the food move down into her stomach but she’s prone to regurgitating which can lead to aspiration pneumonia, thankfully we’ve caught her 2 episodes very early and she recovered quickly however it was evident on x-ray’s she’s had it before, likely in the shelter as she has lung scarring. Oh yea, and she has a grade 3 luxating patella on the left from the abnormal gait. It sounds like a lot right? but yet Ivy lives her best life! She demands snuggles whenever possible and I’ve become accustomed to carrying her 40lb butt just about everywhere, from day 1 all Ivy wanted was to be held and snuggled and loved. She’s been a trooper with all of her medical needs and is pretty cooperative most days! She has some bad days but most are good and we make the best of the good days! She loves to go outside and she adores fuzzy blankets and her sweaters! Tug is her favorite game ever and she will happily grab whatever to try entice a tug game with pir residents, sometimes it’s a toy hit usually it’s a pillow or blanket or sock! Her brain damage makes her body temp a little wonky so she loves to be dressed up, and we have fun with it!

We went into this journey thinking we were fostering a healthy but blind puppy and we got so much more, so much more medically and loving. This journey has been unexpected but also so amazing and we absolutely adore Alicia, aka Ivy and I wouldn’t change it for the world. She was meant to be with us and we are honored to give her the best life possible.


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2 year old Yorkshire Terrier

When My daughter and I picked up Benson back in November 2018, he had a horrible cough from the get go. We took him to different vets to see what was exactly wrong and tried many different medications. Until we went to the U of M, he’s been there more than a few times with emergency because his breathing also seemed labored at this time. We finally figured out a medication that worked and what this little guy had: pneumonia caused by E. coli in his lungs. He also has a lower airways disease in which, his lungs don’t function normally. His bronchial has little spiral things that in a normal lung help push out the bad stuff, but with Benson his don’t work so well. The good thing is that we found medication that works and there is no more E Coli in his lungs. The bad thing is because his lungs are compromised, his body will eventually become immune to the medication. Benson has been a complete sweetheart and joy to our family. He gets a nebulizer 2-3x a day and albuterol 2x or as needed during the day. We watch his breathing closely every day and keep him away from anything that could jolt his immune system. Benson plays with our dog and loves to sleep with our daughter. He loves to play fetch and seems to have some stuffed animal in his mouth, or snuggled up to one or fetching it! We love him so much.


5 year old American Pit Bull Terrier

A lot of Blueberry’s future is uncertain and most of his past is a mystery. What we do know is this boy (6 years young) has been through quite a bit of life and has some fighting yet to do. Picked up as a stray in Kentucky, he’s already had multiple mast cell tumors removed and is monitored constantly for new growths and potential signs of the cancer spreading to his organs. Blue loves everyone he meets. Dogs, cats, people. He’s polite, gentle, sweet and his tail is constantly wagging. He’s always up for a walk, but totally satisfied chilling on the couch too. He’s also a regular (and popular) visitor at his foster mom’s office enjoying every bit of attention and adventure. Outside of the scars, you’d never know he’s dealing with a medical mess or that humans were not nice to him in his previous life.

Whether he’s a permanent hospice member or he is eventually cleared for adoption, the rest of his weeks, months or years will be full of yummy treats and comfy beds. Welcome to the good life, Blueberry.  Thank you all for your donations and support of Secondhand Hounds.


5 year old American Pit Bull Terrier

Bruno is wiggle butt boy that lives each day loving his forever family.


10 year old Yorkshire Terrier

Celeste (Cici as we call her) is a great little lady. If I had to sum her up on one word it truly would be LAZY. She is the epitome of a senior dog who just wants to sleep for every minute of her life. But really, can you blame her? She has spent the last 10 years, yes TEN years, in a puppy mill being a mama day in and day out. If I was her, all I’d wanna do is sleep too! Cici is part of the hospice program due to mammary cancer and Protein Losing Nephropathy (PLN). She is on twice daily medication to help manage her pain as well as the symptoms associated with the PLN. While we can’t cure her cancer at this stage, we can show her all the love in the world to show she deserves living out her golden days.


15 year old Miniature Poodle

Cherry is a 15-year-old toy poodle  who arrive in the Forever Loved program in January 2017. She is a sweet and sassy 5-pound diva who loves her family, pizza, spaghetti, going on car rides (especially when it involves picking up a pizza!), trips to the North Shore of Minnesota, cuddling on the couch, and taking naps.  She is a happy little girl with a big personality.  Cherry has mammary tumors which are inoperable, but she receives fabulous vet care and is not in pain. We are very lucky to be her Forever Loved family!

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4 month old King Charles Cavalier Spaniel

Meet Delilah, one of the youngest pups to join the Forever Loved Hospice family. Delilah was born with severe hydrocephalus, meaning a buildup of water in her brain. Along with this, she has two very large open fontanelle (like the soft spot on a baby’s head). This makes her at constant risk for sustaining a head injury, especially as she is just a wee bit clumsy. She has the sweetest disposition though, and is curious and silly.

Currently, her meds are maintaining the pressure in her head, and she is thriving. Studies of cases like this are pretty rare, but indicate that about half of the dogs with her condition do well on meds for several years, and the other half deteriorate over a few months (with seizures and pressure that can’t be managed successfully) so we are hoping for the best, and hopefully also paving the way for other dogs like her to have a shot at a good life! No matter how long she has with us, she is spoiled, happy and we are always making sure that she is living a wonderful, comfortable life!

If you would like to contribute to her care, her personal wishlist can be found below!

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8 year old American Pit Bull Terrier

Foxy aka Daisy is spunky and happy, loving her life with her forever family.


17 year old Shepherd

Gertie is a 13-16 year old German Shepherd who traveled to MN in November of 2017 from AR where she was picked up as a stray. When she first arrived to rescue, she was in rough shape and no one knew how long she would be around. She joined the hospice program largely due to age. She is also completely blind with severe glaucoma, and has some other general, old-age ailments. Almost a year and a half later, here she is still kickin! She was recently spayed after developing pyometra, and pulled through that like the champion she is. She takes great joy in destroying squeaky toys – the plush ones are her favorite. She picks out all the stuffing and literally spits it to the side until she is laying in a pile of her own destruction. She gets excited to go for short, slow walks, and absolutely loves to be pet and have her ears rubbed. She is honestly the most easy-going dog, and nothing really phases her. She has our whole hearts.

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10 year old Yorkshire Terrier

Granny is loving getting a lot of attention and belly rubs. She has become more confident and active even with her limited vision with her Forever Family. We love how she has found her perfect spot in the pack and forever loved.


2 year old Labrador Retriever mix

Grant came in rescue with health issues, assumed from living as a stray but hopes of a foster home, good food and care would resolve them. Sadly it was discovered Grant was born with a congenital liver issue, Hepatic Microvascular Dysplasia, a congenital liver abnormality that affects the blood flow in his liver and digestion. There is no cure. He was given anywhere from 6 months to 6 years to live. Secondhand Hounds chose to have him join the program and be with his forever foster so that he could stay in a home where he was loved, for however long that may be. From his foster: But despite all of his medical issues, you couldn’t ask for a better sidekick. Grant aka Archie is excitable, happy, and never hesitates to let you know that he needs pets. He loves when I cook him an egg, and he enjoys chasing rabbits around the backyard. We also just started puppy school a few weeks ago. I hadn’t intended to enter the Forever Loved program, but I wouldn’t change a thing. Arch has been such a joy, and it’s been amazing to see him transform from the emaciated, scared dog covered in sores to the happy pup he’s become.  He is a very happy loved boy, living every day forever loved.


10 year old Maltese Yorkie mix

Haylie is a gentle soul who likes to relax.  She loves soft dog beds and soft blankets. On nice days outside, she likes to sniff and explore my fenced yard. She also loves to be loved on and sit in my lap. Haylie loves canned food and soft treats. Having canned food on hand is very helpful as Haylie takes medication every day. Haylie loves to be talked to and seeing her tail wag just melts your heart.


13 year old Pug Beagle mix

When we told Lily she was getting hospice, she thought we said hotdish. Not that her hearing is bad, she just has an overly optimistic view on how often she should get special treats.

Her birth certificate says she was born in 2006, but she acts like she was born in 2016—with the energy and curiosity of a much younger dog. Lily was set to be euthanized on May 1, 2019 to unburden her owner’s stress of being a new parent. But Secondhand Hounds wouldn’t have it and offered her a home for life. Lily happily accepted. Lily came to us with plenty of health issues, including ear infections, bladder stones and a multitude of lumps—one of which is malignant and will be removed shortly. If this was her complete list of issues, she would soon be available for adoption. But because she has elevated liver values, and there is no clear cause or treatment, she joined the special pups in the hospice (hotdish) group.

The good news is this little tater tot has no idea that she has any health issues. She snuggles, plays, craves attention and hangs out with her senior dogmates without a care in the world—except about when it will be time for another treat.


11 year old Miniature Schnauzer

Luca came up to Minnesota in February 2019, from Arkansas, listed as 11 but more than likely 14 years old. He had a very bad yeast infection over his body and ears and had scratched and chewed himself raw. That has since healed but he has numerous other issues. He is completely blind and deaf, most likely the result of too many untreated infections. All his teeth have been removed. He was also diagnosed with the beginning of canine cognitive disorder or doggy dementia. The dementia causes him anxiety and when stressed he paces in circles, cries, panics and potties. Despite all his ailments, he is making progress and finding joy. He is starting to find his way around and learning to navigate stairs. He paces, cries and panics less. He still potties inside but I am going to start him in diapers and see how that goes. Small steps but they are something.

He enjoys his foods and makes quite the mess of it. He like being outside and sniffing. When he is being walked, he doesn’t walk – he prances, proudly, like a show dog. I think in his mind, he is a show dog. He usually can find his doggy bed to nap in or make it down the hall to the bedroom at night. I wasn’t sure about him sleeping in my bed, but I gave it a try. Luca does not move, he curls up as close to me as possible, puts his head on me and sleeps. I know this is him letting me know he loves me and is thanking me for taking care of him. That makes all the messes worthwhile. I will do everything I can to make sure his remaining time is the best as it can be, while showering him with love and affection.

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Mini Cooper

2 year old Hound mix

Cooper is a young Hound boy rescued as a stray in Virginia.  Cooper has a condition called Short Spine Syndrome, which only about 30 dogs worldwide are known to be living with.  Currently, Cooper is a happy, healthy boy who lives with his forever-foster family. Since so little is known about his condition his future is not certain, and in order to provide him with the security he deserves Secondhand Hounds is continuing to provide him with the best possible care, while his foster family is providing him all of the love he deserves for as long as we are blessed to have him!  His adventures are being chronicled on his very own Facebook page Cooper – Short on Spine, Big on Love.

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5 month old Domestic Short Hair

Muskateer is a playful kitten. He unfortunately has a heart condition that placed him in Hospice. He is a snuggle bug with people and his cat brothers. He currently lives a normal kitten life style, just with a tad more rest between “kitten bursts”. He loves warm bean bags, wet cat food snacks, and especially loves when Foster dad sneaks him salmon. His meds twice a day don’t bother him at all. He is enjoying every day he has left to it’s fullest!


10 year old Domestic Long Hair

Nettie is a sweet, beautiful calico cat. She has hyperthyroidism, which in turn has caused heart and kidney diseases, as well as anemia. She has been on a variety of meds, which has left her quite adept at spitting pills out, whether it be immediately or by sneakily holding them in her cheek to casually spit out as she saunters away. It’s all about perseverance in getting them in her every day! She requires SubQ fluids every other day, a special diet, as well as regular blood work and injections for her anemia. Despite all this, she is an affectionate, happy kitty who purrs readily and quickly wins the hearts of everyone who meets her. Well, almost everyone! She is still working on winning over her feline foster sister, but her bunny foster siblings accepted her right away (even though Nettie wasn’t quite sure what to make of them at first).

While Nettie may sleep a bit more than the average healthy cat, she still enjoys some of the usual cat activities.  She loves exploring, having her head scratched, and drinking from the bathroom faucet. Nettie can be talkative and is rather outgoing, never shy about meeting new people of all ages. She still keeps herself very clean, but very much enjoys having her long fur combed every day. When I sleep in Nettie’s room, she often lays on my chest, or above my head on the pillow… purring happily to show she loves me as much as I love her.

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15 year old Great Dane mix

My name is Nora. My foster mama calls me Nora, Nora, the Explorer. I’m not sure why she calls me that, because I’m a 15 year old Great Dane, and the only thing that I explore is the closest place to lay down and get tummy rubs. I came to SHH from Arkansas in 2016. I was to be a senior adoptable, but once I arrived, it was determined by SHH that I had too many health issues to be adoptable so I joined the Forever Loved: Secondhand Hounds Hospice program. It was thought that I only had a couple of months, but I got thyroid meds and some awesome supplements, and I’m still going strong almost two years later! Best of all, I get to spend the rest of my life with a family who adores me.

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6 year old American Pit Bull Terrier

Living and loving comfort with his forever family <3


16 year old Dachshund

Odie is a red, long-haired Dachshund. He arrived at SHH on September 1, 2015 from Kansas City. He is blind in both eyes, but gets around really well and can smell food 100 feet away. He very much likes to be outside in the grass to feel the breeze flow through his strawberry red locks.

Odie REALLY loves belly rubs. The minute he feels someone pet him, he immediately lies down to roll over for extra loving on his belly. He also really enjoys following the scent of the house cat and gets pretty darn excited when he finds him. He loves to join in on the chorus of my other two barking dogs. He gets his tail a-wagging and howls along. He’s a very sweet and cuddly guy. He sits and waits at your feet in hopes you’ll pick him up to sit next to you on the couch. Odie also cuddles with his two buddies, Shadow and Snack.

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16 year old Toy Poodle

Oreo is a sweet, spunky, 8.6 lb older gentleman. He doesn’t have teeth or a lower jaw, has a full cataract in one eye and partial in the other, and doesn’t hear well. He loves laying on towels (after he digs around and makes them just right). He’ll pull me around the block for his daily “run”.

It took two weeks to come out of his shell but now he has really showed his personality. He’s quite funny. At night, before bed, he thinks it’s fun to start playing with his toys and tearing around the living room.


13 year old American Pit Bull Terrier

This is Mr. Peanut and his story! Peanut was found as a stray in Grand Rapids Mn and brought to a shelter in Hibbing, knowing he was a senior and in bad shape they contacted shh for help. Peanut came to live with me and it was quickly discovered his issues were due to neglect. He came in with Erlichia a bacterial infection(treated), ear infections(treated), untreated chronic dry eye(now managed). He’s had 3 surgeries which included repairing 3 hernias, neuter and a dental repair(ground down from chewing on a kennel to get out). He has since been diagnosed with skin allergies which were still trying to find the best treatment for him. He has a “cauliflower” ear due to a past untreated ear infection that went to into the tissue of the ear flap, nothing can be done but it causes him no discomfort. He does have some arthritis and he will always be  on the skinny side as he cannot seem to gain weight or rebuild muscle mass. Since picking Peanut up on Sept 4,2018 he has been all tail wags and love, he is the epitome of resilience, strength and forgiveness. He is the most calm, gentle and loving soul, who loves to be with his people, walking around the yard with his nose to the ground and of course meal/treat times. He loves all and sees everyone as a friend, humans, dogs,cats and whether you’ve been gone 5 mins or 5 hrs he’s always there to welcome you home. He is a real survivor an all around special guy and I’m lucky to be his furever family and his furever home!

Rocky (aka Beau)

7 year old Labrador Retriever

Rocky, aka Beau, is a sweet southern gentleman who came to Secondhand Hounds from a shelter in Alabama with the intent of being an adoptable foster. However, when he was neutered, the vets found he had some inoperable mast cell tumors, and Beau became our fospice dog. Now, Beau is living the good life with two cat brothers, Red and Rex, and human kids and adults all ready to give him snuggles and cheese treats (his favorite). He enjoys leisurely strolls around the neighborhood, where he licks passersby who stop to pet him, napping on the “forbidden” sofa, and soaking up all the love he can. He’s not terribly old (7, or perhaps 8 by now), but he is a slow going and quiet kind of guy. He takes daily doses of some pain medication. Delivered rolled up in American cheese, he’s a big fan – in fact, anytime we are getting pills out of the cupboard, he is hopeful, and gets annoyed when it’s just one of us getting some Tylenol.  He enjoys a good, slow walk around a block or two, where he can sniff to his heart’s content and leave his mark all over the neighborhood. He loves a good nap – if it’s in the sun, it’s a bonus. He has just discovered that sleeping in bed with us is pretty awesome, and we indulge him (despite all the dog hair!). Basically, he’s just a big sugar, and we are crazy about him. Beau fits in perfectly with our pack, and he has found his forever home here with us.


7 month old French Bulldog

Ruby is a 7 month old French Bulldog. She was surrendered to rescue due to Hydrocephalus aka water on the brain that has caused her to go blind. She also has a grade 4/4 luxating patella in one knee and a grade 2/4 in the other knee. She also has severe brachycephalic disease. Ruby loves to snuggle with her people or on her fluffy bed. Ruby also loves gentle play with other dogs and exploring outside. Though her life is full of struggles, she is surrounded a forever foster family that will ensure she is comfortable, always has a pack to follow and is forever loved.


2 year old Great Pyrenees mix

Spencer is a 2 year old great pyrenees/golden mix and a huge love bug!

Yesterday at the vet we noticed some abnormalities in his joints and she ordered some x rays. Unfortunately the results are that Spencer has extensive osteoarthritis along with hip dysplasia. Spencer is a big dog which means his joints have extra stress on them so this will likely progressively get worse as time goes on. Eventually it will render him lame and his pain will be unable to be controlled by meds. With all this information SHH has decided not to adopt out Spencer and instead to put him on hospice care until his pain becomes unmanageable.

This is devastating news to us as fosters and we have no clue what we are doing but we have decided to keep Spencer with us and take on his comfort care until his time comes. Luckily Spencer is his normal loveable, goofy, and sweet self still and hopefully will stay that way for awhile. Please send warm fuzzy vibes his way and keep your paws crossed for us as we embark on a sad journey together.

Tina Turner

2 year old American Pit Bull Terrier mix

World, meet Tina Turner! We could not have chosen a better namesake for this spunky, sassy, bossy, and amazingly sweet lady. We think she is about 2 years old, and you’d never guess her to be a hospice pup when you meet her. She is happy as can be, loves to go for walks, and will run for the hills at every opportunity she gets. Unfortunately, she has a heart condition that cannot be treated, and she has a knee condition that will eventually cause quite a bit of pain. Due to the heart condition, she cannot be safely operated on so her knees cannot be fixed. We don’t know if the combination of her heart and knee conditions will lead to a long life regardless; or, if she could pass away suddenly from sudden cardiac arrest. What we do know, is that our goal is to give her the best life possible, for as long possible.

William (aka Rocky)

10 year old German Shepherd mix

After a few months of monitoring blood work for both Rocky’s kidney and liver functions, our amazing vet team at Secondhand Hounds have deemed that, unfortunately he is in kidney failure. As of this afternoon he has officially moved into the Secondhand Hounds Hospice program, so we will be keeping him as comfortably happy here for as long as possible. On the much brighter side, I found this turf being given away yesterday and picked it up this morning, so he can sunbathe in the “grass” without the exhaustion of stairs!  Stay tuned for all of the bucket list adventures and pampering of this handsome man!


12 year old Terrier Mix

Ziggy is a sweet little 13 year old Terrier, although she growls at everyone and everything even as she’s kissing you. She’s got this zombie like sound which is funny. She don’t really want to be picked up that makes her mad she rolls over like a alligator and protest as loudly she can. Yet she loves us a lot and her little tail is wagging so much when she sees us. I usually bring her to a mirror and tell her how beautiful she is, I’m not sure she likes it or not, it’s hard to tell with her. She’s got an excellent snout and sniffer that can smell anything good going on in the kitchen so she goes out there and hangs out to get a little taste 🙂 She mostly likes to cuddle and sleep as much as possible and loves to come out of her “cave” to remind me that it’s time for her meds she gets two times a day and a lot of meds which is why we need the pill pockets the chicken/wishbone brand. She loves cuddly blankets and beds she can crawl into and hide.  She is living Forever Loved.

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Those Who Have Crossed Over The Bridge…
We Love You


12 year old Boston Terrier


8 year old German Shepherd


15 year old Wire-haired Pointing Griffon


12 year old German Shepherd


6 month old Terrier Chihuahua mix


12+ year old Rat Terrier


12 year old Dachshund


13 year old Chihuahua


11 year old English Bulldog


14 year old Chihuahua


17 year old Golden Retriever

Bee Bee

10 year old French Bulldog


14 year old German Shepherd

Bella Boo

12 year old Shih Tzu


10 year old Pug


13 year old Min Pin mix


14 year old Pit Bull

Charlie Cheeseface

14 year old Poodle


6 year old Pointer mix


9 year old American Bulldog


13 year old Chihuahua


9 year old American Bulldog


12 year old Lab Retriever mix


14 year old Shepherd mix


7 year old Min Pin mix


4 year old Miniature Poodle


8 year old French Bulldog


1 year old Shepherd Mix


8 year old Terrier


17 year old Min Pin mix


12 year old English Bulldog


8 year old Great Dane


7 year old Bulldog Boxer mix


13 year old Miniature Poodle


14 year old Poodle/Bichon mix


7 year old Toy Poodle


10 year old Yorkshire Terrier


4 year old Shetland Sheepdog


15 year old Shih Tzu


10 year old Australian Shepherd mix


10 year old Beagle/Pug mix


15 year old Chihuahua


7 year old Husky Shepherd mix


16 year old Chihuahua

Jenny B

12 year old Boston Terrier


7 year old Redbone Coonhound

Le Peanut

12 year old Chihuahua


13 year old Border Collie


11 year old German Shepherd


2 year old Great Pyrenees


11 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi


8 year old Brussels Griffon


8 year old American Pit Bull Terrier


10 year old Miniature Pinscher


16 year old Pomeranian


12+ year old Labrador Retriever


10.5 year old Beagle


9 year old Newfoundland


12.5 year old Chow Chow


15 year old Shepherd


11.5 year old Chihuahua


12.5 year old Westie


7.5 year old Australian Shepherd


15 year old Dachshund


11 year old American Pit Bull Terrier


7.5 year old Chihuahua


18 year old Dachshund


9 year old Labrador Retriever

Sinatra (Bear)

11 year old Golden Retriever


14 year old Chihuahua


18 year old cat


14 year old Miniature Poodle


8 year old Terrier


11 year old Labrador Retriever


17 year old Persian


9.5 year old Spaniel mix


10 year old Toy Poodle

Sugar Bear

11 year old Himalayan cat


12 year old Husky mix


9 year old Jack Russell Terrier


13 year old Yorkie


7 year old Chihuahua


15 year old Shih Tzu


9 year old Labrador Retriever

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