already neutered, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
We love our beagle mix, Freddy! After his 80 year old mom passed away, he had no time to mourn his loss, as he ended up being brought right away to the shelter to be euthanized. We are grateful to have him in our care now, as he is a very affectionate boy who is still full of life and happiness and lots of tail wags. He settled right into his foster home and was obviously very relieved to return to a home environment. Freddy is a 12 year old playful pup who is good with other dogs and cats. He is social, gives lots of kisses and loves to cuddle. Our soft-eyed gentle soul will fit well into any home.
Tails of Gray is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit rescue organization that offers a safe and loving sanctuary for senior dogs regardless of breed, health or ease of placement. Our goal is to prevent needless euthanasia through the offering of shelter, adoption, foster, hospice and education. All Tails of Gray senior dogs are spayed and neutered, microchipped and receive appropriate veterinary care and treatment. Tails of Gray welcomes the unwanted and heals the sick. Those precious senior dogs who cannot be healed will spend their final days in a comfortable environment where they experience unconditional love, some for the first time.
Our Adoption Process...
To adopt a dog from Tails of Gray, you must:
1. Complete an online application for adoption. 2. Meet your prospective pet. If your application to adopt is approved, our adoption coordinators will schedule a meet and greet with you and the senior dog you are applying to adopt. 3. Complete a home visit. If you (and your family) and the dog are a good match for each other, a home visit is then scheduled and completed. 4. Finalize the adoption. After a home visit is complete, the adoption can be finalized and a new happy tail can be told!
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