Support National Adopt a Senior Pup Month!

November 01, 2019 1 min read

No matter the age, every pup deserves a second chance. Here at Grounds & Hounds, the month of November marks something near and dear to our hearts - National Adopt a Senior Pet Month. 

Our mission to help our senior pals began when Jojo came into our lives. Some of you may even remember his story from last year. His road to us may have been long, but when he finally arrived, the love he gave was unforgettable. 

We hope you join us this month as we encourage those who are considering adoption to take a look at our grey-haired friends. Not only can you skip the potty training, but they are the perfect companion for those mellow mornings with your coffee. You'll be amazed at just how much love these guys have to offer. 

If you're looking to further support our mission to provide senior pups with a forever home, be sure to check back as we will have some wonderful programs supporting these doggos all month long.

Happy Adopt a Senior Pet Month from the Grounds & Hounds team!


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