Did you know that senior dogs are generally easier to care for than puppies or younger dogs? Seniors are more mellow, usually house-trained, have likely lived with a family, and require less activity. They've been around the block and seen it all. Sadly, many people surrender senior dogs to the shelter for no other reason than "old age". People often go for puppies or young dogs because of the cuteness factor and because they want to maximize the amount of time they have with a dog, but there is a certain satisfaction of helping out a senior live out his or her golden years in a loving home. Perhaps you are a senior yourself, or you have a busy job and less time for an active dog. And don't let a number like age fool you; our senior dogs have plenty of life left in them. Check out some of our featured seniors and apply to meet them today!