Posts filed under: Senior Dogs

Saying Goodbye Twice

As Bob’s House for Dog’s Medical Coordinator, I feel I have the best job ever! Taking care of these sweet old souls has been an honor and a privilege. The... Read More

Before you Leap

Think adopting a senior dog is right for you? Look before you leap!... Read More

Suzie’s weight loss journey

Susie is a zestful female black lab mix who came in mid June of 2018. She weighed in at 92 pounds – very overweight and had difficulty getting around very well.... Read More

Old Age is Not a Disease

In caring for your senior dog it is important to realize that being old is not a disease. It’s essential to have senior dogs visit their veterinarian every 6 months.... Read More

Gwen’s Last Ride

Gwen, a senior Collie, came to us with matted fur and significant mobility issues. She was promptly put on arthritis and pain medication. It became clear to us after a... Read More

A Home for Daphne

During the last year and a half we’ve had to say good-bye to seven of our senior dogs that had been a part of our family since before Bob’s House... Read More

Top Five Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog

November is Adopt-a-senior Pet month, so we sat down with Bob’s House for Dog’s very own Adoption Coordinator, Nikki Heck to get her top five reasons why senior dog adoption... Read More

November is Adopt-a-senior Pet Month

Who better to ask about senior dog adoption than our very own expert!  Bob’s House for Dogs Director and Co-Founder, Amy Quella gives us her top five reasons to consider... Read More

Why Senior Dogs?

People often ask us how we started Bob’s House and why we cater to senior dogs. Bob’s House began as a napkin dream (literally the first plans for Bob’s House... Read More

Adopt-a-senior Pet Month

November is adopt-a-senior pet month, so we sat down with Heather Muller, Bob’s House for Dog’s Medical Coordinator, to give us her top five reasons why you should consider adopting... Read More
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