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    Older St Bernard Finds Forever Home and Friends at Assisted Living

    Well, an older St. Bernard that was turned in to Macomb County Animal Control is now getting a lot of love in his new home with the senior citizens at Sunrise of Bloomfield in Bloomfield Hills.



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    Quote Originally Posted by michmi View Post
    Well, an older St. Bernard that was turned in to Macomb County Animal Control is now getting a lot of love in his new home with the senior citizens at Sunrise of Bloomfield in Bloomfield Hills.



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    Lovely story thank you for sharing michmi. I love St Bernard's and all dogs.
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    Oh, I love this story too! I always hesitate to read any animal stories here because they all make me cry - whether the news if good or not good, it seems.

    I volunteer with a rescue shelter (our mission is ending euthanasia of adoptable dogs and cats so we rescue as many as we can from our county's E-List) and was so happy that 3 of our senior dogs (larger dogs, 8 and 9 years old) were adopted into wonderful homes this past weekend! Here's to older dogs finding love late in life too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzPistonsGirl View Post
    Oh, I love this story too! I always hesitate to read any animal stories here because they all make me cry - whether the news if good or not good, it seems.

    I volunteer with a rescue shelter (our mission is ending euthanasia of adoptable dogs and cats so we rescue as many as we can from our county's E-List) and was so happy that 3 of our senior dogs (larger dogs, 8 and 9 years old) were adopted into wonderful homes this past weekend! Here's to older dogs finding love late in life too!
    Love this story as well. So heartwarming! Such a wonderful idea for the residents and the dogs.

    I quoted your post because I was so glad to read about your volunteer work at the rescue shelter. That is really wonderful of you to do that, and you deserve a huge pat on the back! Thanks for sharing too about getting the older dogs adopted into good homes.

    I love reading happy news...

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    I have such a soft heart for the older dogs. When I adopt, I always ask if there is an older dog in need of a home. I have 1 old man here with me now, he is 12 but acts like a puppy. Just a wonderful personality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michmi View Post
    I have such a soft heart for the older dogs. When I adopt, I always ask if there is an older dog in need of a home. I have 1 old man here with me now, he is 12 but acts like a puppy. Just a wonderful personality.
    Yep our Old Man, resuced and likely born in '05-'06 can still jump high enough from the floor to bump into your elbow!



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