November is National Senior Pet Adoption Month.

Any month is a great month to add a furry friend to your family. November is National Senior Pet Adoption Month. There are many advantages to adopting an older pet, such as the fact that they are likely already neutered and know basic commands. At the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, small animals are considered senior at age 10, while larger dogs are considered senior at age 7. “Although they are a little older, they still have so much love to give. They can bring so much joy to a family and they need beautiful homes,” Mara Gleason said with Peggy Adams. Animal shelters are running specials all month long, so be sure to check with them so you can bring your new senior pet home as soon as possible. Kg. Molly’s owner had her since she was a puppy, but moved out of state and couldn’t take Molly with her. They said she’s a big couch potato. She loves the beach and car rides. She has lived with children and other dogs and is a social butterfly, even with strangers. King Joseph: A 7-year-old male mixed breed, who weighs 82 pounds. King Joseph came to Peggy Adams because his owners said they had no more time to take care of him. He is very outgoing and friendly with strangers, and he plays well with other large dogs. Hooch: a 9-year-old male mixed-breed who weighs 91 pounds. Like many seniors, Hooch came to Peggy Adams after her owner passed away. Now he is looking for a second chance in a forever family. Hooch has been with Peggy Adams for over 100 days, and his goofy, outgoing personality has made him a staff favorite. He may be ready to make new dog friends in his next home. Hooch’s adoption fees and benefits are sponsored by Dolly’s Dream. Hydro: an 8-year-old male German Shepherd who weighs 65 pounds. Hydro was found wandering before coming to see Peggy Adams. He is super playful and still has the energy of a puppy despite his age. He is an adventurous guy and he would definitely like to explore the outdoors or go to the beach with his forever family.

Every month is a great month to add a furry friend to your family.

November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month. There are many advantages to adopting an older pet, such as the fact that they are likely already neutered and know basic commands.

To Peggy Adams Animal Rescue Leaguesmall animals are considered seniors at 10 years old, while larger dogs are considered seniors from 7 years old.

“Although they are a little older, they still have so much love to give. They can bring so much joy to a family and they need beautiful homes,” Mara Gleason said with Peggy Adams.

Animal shelters have special offers throughout the month, so be sure to check with them so you can bring your new senior pet home as soon as possible.

Here are some senior pets looking for a forever home:

Molly is a 9 year old female English Bulldog mix who weighs 55 pounds. Molly’s owner had her since she was a puppy, but moved out of state and couldn’t take Molly with her. They said she’s a big couch potato. She loves the beach and car rides. She has lived with children and other dogs and is a social butterfly, even with strangers.

King Joseph: a 7-year-old mixed-breed male, who weighs 82 pounds. King Joseph came to Peggy Adams because his owners said they had no more time to take care of him. He is very outgoing and friendly with strangers, and he plays well with other large dogs.

Hooch: a 9-year-old mixed-breed male who weighs 91 pounds. Like many seniors, Hooch came to Peggy Adams after her owner passed away. Now he is looking for a second chance in a forever family. Hooch has been with Peggy Adams for over 100 days, and his goofy, outgoing personality has made him a staff favorite. He may be ready to make new dog friends in his next home. Hooch’s adoption fees and benefits are sponsored by Dolly’s dream.

Hydro: an 8-year-old male German Shepherd who weighs 65 pounds. Hydro was found wandering before coming to see Peggy Adams. He is super playful and still has the energy of a puppy despite his age. He is an adventurous guy and he would definitely like to explore the outdoors or go to the beach with his forever family.

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