Pet Rescue Announces “Seniors For Seniors” Program

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Photo credit: Eddy Van 3000LINDEN — All Star Pet Rescue has introduced a new program designed to help more older dogs get out of the pound and into safe and loving homes.

Funded through a grant from the “100 Women Making a Difference” organization, the “Seniors For Seniors” program aims to encourage more “young at heart” seniors to bring an older dog into their home.


For a nominal adoption fee, a senior dog would come fully vetted along with the basic necessities to get started out in their new life. This includes a leash, collar, ID tag, food and water bowls, a comfy dog bed, some toys and treats and enough food for the first two months. Anyone over the age of 60 years of age who adopts a dog older than 7 years old is eligible for this program.

For further details, contact Program Director Ginny Werner at

For more information about the rescue group, e-mail or visit

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