A Dog from the street to one of the family!!

The silver fox has landed his golden retirement home! 10 year old Major got ADOPTED!

It’s hard to understand how this lovable and well-behaved fella became a stray, but it’s true that Major once lived on the streets without a collar, a microchip or anyone looking for him. No matter how wonderful a pup is, they are always at the mercy of humans. Fast forward, Major was taken in by Brown Dog Coalition where he was vetted and put up for adoption. The only reason he seemed to be struggling to find a home was due to his 10 years of age because he is just perfect! Thankfully, it only took one feature on SSD and his story landed in front of his new family. A huge thanks to Erin and Henry for making Major a (major!) part of their family’s life. What a lucky, lucky senior. You deserve it, Major!!

No matter how wonderful a pup is, they are always at the mercy of humans. Fast forward, Major was taken in by Brown Dog Coalition where he was vetted and put up for adoption. The only reason he seemed to be struggling to find a home was due to his 10 years of age, because he is just perfect! Thankfully, it only took one feature on SSD and his story landed in front of his new family. A huge thanks to Erin and Henry for making Major a (major!) part of their family’s life. What a lucky, lucky senior. You deserve it, Major!!. No matter how wonderful a pup is, they are always at the mercy of humans. Fast forward, Major was taken in by Brown Dog Coalition where he was vetted and put up for adoption. The only reason he seemed to be struggling to find a home was due to his 10 years of age, because he is just perfect! Thankfully, it only took one feature on SSD and his story landed in front of his new family. A huge thanks to Erin and Henry for making Major a (major!) part of their family’s life. What a lucky, lucky senior. You deserve it, Major!!

Erin wrote, (We adopted Major and that we completely love him) He is now named Moose! He has settled in perfectly with our pack. Moose has such amazing energy and temperament. We’ve been bringing him to our office and he just loves all the attention!

His new siblings are Daisy and Riley who turn 12 years old on April 15th. We’ve had Daisy and Riley (litter mates) since they were puppies. We got Daisy and Riley from a guy in the town where we used to live.

It wasn’t until he had another litter six months later that we realized what he was doing. 😡 (Admittedly, we were also young and naive.) We ended up with a third pup, Zeus, from one of the later litters because we got word that the girl who gotten Zeus couldn’t keep/control him. We felt that he needed to be with Daisy and Riley because they were his real brother and sister.

Unfortunately, we lost our tripod Zeus to bone cancer in 2016. We started looking for dogs about six months later but were not able to find the right dog. It was during this time we decided we’d like to start adopting senior dogs. So, we’ve been looking for the right dog for several years and along came Moose!

Moose is just the sweetest boy and we’re so happy to have him in our family. We could not be happier spoiling these old doggies! We refer to our house as the ‘retirement home.’ We love our senior pack!

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