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    UPPER FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP, New Jersey -- Marty's Place is the dream retirement center for senior dogs living out their golden years.The non-profit, based in Upper Freehold Township, New Jersey, combines home-like aspects to accommodate the four-legged residents which range from 7 years of age or older."The chances of an older dog being adopted and leaving a shelter is not as great as for a puppy so we decided we wanted to help senior dogs," said Doreen Jakubcak, Founder of Marty's Place Senior Dog Sanctuary.At Marty's, each dog is given ample living space, human and canine companionship, consistent medical and dental care, as well as access to physically and mentally stimulating activities suited to their age and abilities.Related: Luxury pet resort...
    NASA astronauts describe noisy, jolting descent Scientists retract claim of finding tiniest dinosaur Teen forsaken as a baby helps senior dogs find forever home ‘just like I did’ Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Photo courtesy of Jayashree Subrahmonia Meena Kumar as a child. (Photo courtesy of Jayashree Subrahmonia) 2/6 SLIDES © Photo courtesy of Jayashree Subrahmonia Meena Kumar's dog, Bambie, stands on her back. (Photo courtesy of Jayashree Subrahmonia) 3/6 SLIDES © Photo courtesy of Jayashree Subrahmonia Meena Kumar snuggles a dog at Muttville Senior Dog Rescue. (Photo courtesy of Jayashree Subrahmonia) 4/6 SLIDES © Courtesy of Jayashree Subrahmonia Meena Kumar comforts an aging dog. (Courtesy of...
    (CNN) — A 14-year-old girl has raised $14,000 for senior dogs who have been left behind with the goal of helping them find a forever home like she did when she was adopted. Meena Kumar at nine months old was found abandoned in a basket on a college campus in Pune, India. After spending a year in an orphanage, she was adopted by a couple in Mumbai and brought to San Jose, California. In Mumbai, Meena would watch over a litter of puppies at her home. When she came to the United States, almost every weekend included a trip to the Humane Society or to Muttville Senior Dog Rescue. Muttville is a cage-free dog rescue that gives senior dogs a “second...
    A 14-year-old girl has raised $14,000 to help senior dogs left behind at shelters find permanent and loving homes. “Meena Kumar at nine months old was found abandoned in a basket on a college campus in Pune, India. After spending a year in an orphanage, she was adopted by a couple in Mumbai and brought to San Jose, California,” according to CNN. Since she was little, Meena has had a love for dogs. When she moved to the United States, Meena took frequent trips to the Humane Society or to visit Muttville Senior Dog Rescue. “Muttville’s mission is to give senior dogs a second chance at life. We rescue them, give them the care they need, find them loving homes,...
    (CNN)A 14-year-old girl has raised $14,000 for senior dogs who have been left behind with the goal of helping them find a forever home like she did when she was adopted. Meena Kumar at nine months old was found abandoned in a basket on a college campus in Pune, India. After spending a year in an orphanage, she was adopted by a couple in Mumbai and brought to San Jose, California.In Mumbai, Meena would watch over a litter of puppies at her home. When she came to the United States, almost every weekend included a trip to the Humane Society or to Muttville Senior Dog Rescue.Meena Kumar pet sits in her home to raise money for Muttville Senior Dog Rescue.Muttville...
    Just like humans, age can take a toll on our four-legged friends. CBD can be a great additional to your senior dog’s life because of its wide ranging health benefits. Similarly to humans, CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system and its receptors to create balance and eliminate free-radicals. Although more studies are needed surrounding CBD’s benefits, especially for animals, CBD has shown to aid in a range of ailments and conditions from anxiety to pain management to seizures and epilepsy. If you are wondering if CBD is a good idea for your senior dog or other pet, here is a little breakdown of what to look for and how to administer this natural alternative for your furry friend.  ...
    They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and this picture definitely tells it all! Sweet Jake had been at the Front Street Animal Shelter for a long time. He was old with cancer and a skin infection-no one wanted him. But Melani came into the shelter and asked for the oldest, hardest dog to adopt. This was Jakes’s time to shine! In that moment, everything changed for this sweet soul and Jake now has a forever home. For many dogs like Jake, the outcome is not so happy. Senior dogs are considered the most difficult to rehome thus being the most likely to get euthanized to make room for other animals in need. Many senior dogs are dropped...