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In addition to the 45+ dogs who live at the Sanctuary, approximately 90 more are placed in foster homes with loving people who want to give back to our Senior dogs.
“We kind of think of that as an expansion of the sanctuary,” Zina Goodin said. “If we had that many dogs here, we’d have to expand tremendously. We would lose that family environment, that home environment. The dogs would get less personal attention.”
In exchange, the nonprofit pays for the dogs’ vet bills for the remainder of their lives. The Goodins said it’s a small price to pay for what they get in return.
“As soon as you get them into a home, they just spring back to life,” Michael Goodin said. “It’s amazing. And old dogs are great because most of them have been trained all their lives.”
There are over 750,000 OFSDS Facebook fans, which shows that there are many who care and want senior dogs to have the chance to live out the rest of their lives in a caring environment.
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