Spread the word! November is National Adopt a Senior Dog Month. DOGTV is here to celebrate our wise friends with our latest adoption installment. We have put together a wonderful video to show the advantages of adopting a mature fur-baby.
What are some of the benefits of adopting a senior dog?
- Senior dogs require may require less monitoring than a puppy does. Chances are, a senior dog won’t be chewing your shoes!
- Senior dogs are probably already trained BUT if your new senior companion isn’t you can teach an old dog new tricks!
- Their size won’t come as a surprise. A senior dog is as big as he will get!
- Most senior dogs are already housebroken — although some senior dogs do have indoor accidents (but so do puppies!)
- Senior dogs are calmer than puppies.
- Senior dogs love and appreciate a day-to-day routine
- Senior dogs always seem especially grateful to have found a new forever home.
- Senior dogs still love to go for walks, maybe just not as far or fast as a puppy.
- Senior dogs are happy to curl up on the couch and watch DOGTV at the end of a long day — or in the middle of the day!
- Senior dogs are loving, faithful amazing companions!
Open your heart and home to a senior dog today. Ask your local shelter if there are any senior dogs who are waiting for their forever home and welcome them into your home!
Read about 7 ways to pamper a senior dog.
Read about the benefits you will reap when you adopt a senior dog.
Read about how your senior dog can benefit from DOGTV.
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