I'm Hank and I love the Old Dog Haven Walk for Old Dogs!
I'm 12, so I'm not old yet, but I will be someday and I have lots of senior dog friends. My whole pack supports Old Dog Haven.
I've been in my forever home about 2 and a half years and I am pretty sure I am the best boy they have ever had!
I'm very smart, very fun, and very mischievous. I have taught my 4-year-old Norwegian Buhund sister, Jessie, lots of things she didn't know before I got here - like how to open child-proof cabinets and how to open the broiler.
I am also very mechanical and when my humans forget to use the child locks on the car windows, I can open the car window; even though Jessie and I are always belted in the car, this skill always startles my humans.
We support Old Dog Haven because it gives new life to old dogs by providing them the loving homes they deserve and the veterinary care they need.
Old Dog Haven offers refuge to senior dogs in Western Washington (aged 8 or older) considered unadoptable due to their age or health issues. More than 300 dogs are safe in our network of private foster homes. The majority of these dogs need extensive veterinary attention in order to live comfortable, happy lives. All veterinary care is fully covered by Old Dog Haven.
Old Dog Haven’s ability to provide the treatment essential to restoring and maintaining the best possible health for our senior dogs is the direct result of generous donors. The other ingredients for an old dog’s happiness and quality of life — home, food, security, patience, and of course boundless love — are provided by nearly 250 devoted foster families. Helping these old dogs is often expensive, sometimes challenging, but always rewarding.
We appreciate your support and help in spreading the word about Old Dog Haven! The Walk for Old Dog Haven It's on July 22nd in Shoreline's Cromwell Park.
Old Dog Haven is 501(c)(3) charitable corporation and your contributions are tax deductible.