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Doggone Good Links
Explore the world of senior dogs and senior dog care by following the links below. Please send your favorite senior dog links to the Sanctuary for inclusion on The Sanctuary for Senior Dogs web site.
Check out our Platinum Paw Sponsors for the Summer Scoop 2012.
They support old dogs; please support them.
Support our SUMMER SCOOP PLATINUM PAW 2012 SPONSORS
Bridgewater Studios, affordable graphic design, Youngstown, Ohio, 330-301-3868
Caring For Pets, your home or ours, Cleveland, Ohio, 216-287-8298
Crazy Dog Studio, Linda Farace, Photographer, Cleveland, Ohio, and surrounding areas, 330-220-2313
Gold Star Dog Training, Specializing in handicapped pets; evaluator for Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs, Medina, Ohio, 330-461-4653
Little River Pet Resort, a vacation for your pet while you are away, Columbia Station, Ohio, 440-236-8905
Pet-tique, a boutique for all your pet's needs, Cleveland, Ohio, 216-631-2050
blind dog adopted through the Sanctuary, telling the world
how happy he is and how great blind dogs are!
TIPS FOR KEEPING YOUR DOG
Can We Help You Keep Your Pet?:Visit this web site for valuable information before you decide to give up your companion dog.
Pets for Life: HSUS site that provides information to help reduce the number of relinquished animals due to breaks in the human-animal bond.
Renting with Pets: HSUS site full of animal-related housing information.
ADOPTING A DOG
The following Internet adoption sites feature adoptable dogs from all around the world. Looking for a new best friend? She is waiting for you online.
The following sites offer valuable information about training your dog to become a therapy dog, the therapeutic value of companion animals, and specific therapy programs.
Bright & Beautiful Therapy Dogs. The Sanctuary uses and recommends this organization
Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.) From the web site: "The Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.) program improves children’s reading and communication skills by employing a powerful method: reading to a dog. But not just any dog. R.E.A.D. dogs are registered therapy animals who volunteer with their owner/handlers as a team, going to schools, libraries and many other settings as reading companions for children."
The following sites offer information on caring for or adopting a senior dog.
Grey Muzzle Organization: The Grey Muzzle Organization improves the lives of homeless senior dogs by making it possible for shelters, rescue groups, and sanctuaries to do more for old dogs. Grey Muzzle funds programs such as hospice care, senior dog adoption, medical screening, and other special programs to help old dogs at animal welfare organizations nationwide.
DOG RESCUE GROUPS AND ANIMAL SHELTERS
SPECIAL NEEDS DOGS & EQUIPMENT
HandicappedPets.com: For Elderly, Disabled, and Injured Pets - Products, Services, and Support to help you care for them. Sometimes, there are alternatives to putting down an injured or elderly dog, cat, or other pet. This site is about our best friends and some of those alternatives. Join the thousands of people caring for an elderly, disabled, hurt, or handicapped dog, cat, or other animal.
The following local businesses support the mission of The Sanctuary for Senior Dogs in various ways. Please tell them you found them on our web site, and thank them for helping us help senior dogs.
North Coast Dogs: North Coast Dogs uses only nonviolent training methods, taking the mystery out of canine learning and uncovering the magic of the human-canine bond. Training/Retail Center: 10237 Berea Road, Unit J, Cleveland, OH 44102. Phone: 216-221-DOGS (3647)
Gateway Animal Clinic, First-rate medical care for your companion animal. In the heart of the Tremont neighborhood, just off of I-90. 1819 Abbey Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113. Phone: 216-771-4414.
Little River Pet Resort. A vacation for your dog while you are away. 26479 Royalton Road, Columbia Station, OH 44028. Phone: 440-236-8905. Fax: 440-236-3346.
Pet-Tique. A boutique for your pet. 10906 Clifton Boulevard, Cleveland, OH 44102. Phone: 216-631-2050.
Liquid Planet. Healthy food, smoothies. 11002 Clifton Boulevard, Cleveland, OH 44102. Phone: 216-631-2266.
The Paw Wash. A self-serve dog wash with private stalls and friendly people! 2139 Mentor Avenue, Painesville Twp, OH 44077. Located in Century Village. Follow the Driveway around Building to the back parking lot. Phone: 440 358-WASH (9274).
Gold Star Dog Training. Located in Medina, Ohio, Gold Star specializes in handicapped pets. Bright & Beautiful Therapy Dog evaluator. Phone: 330-461-4653
Pet Supplies Plus, 4808 Ridge Road, Brooklyn, Ohio, Phone: 216-483-3721
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