SENIOR DOGS AT RANCHO COASTAL HUMANE SOCIETY FETCH THEIR OWN GRANT!
The Grey Muzzle Organization sponsors A series of ads featuring senior adoptable dogs
Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) senior dogs have something to wag about, thanks to a grant from The Grey Muzzle Organization. RCHS was one of just 77 out of nearly 300 applicants to receive a grant dedicated specifically to the adoption of senior dogs.
“This grant will give senior dogs their own featured quarter-page advertisement in Ranch & Coast Magazine, helping us to promote the benefits of adopting a senior pet,” said Nina Jimenez Taylor, RCHS Director of Communications. “No one is more grateful or loving than an older dog, and we’re looking forward to helping more senior dogs get the second chance they deserve.”
Senior dogs often take the longest to find new homes. This is unfortunate because they often can be the perfect pet. Many senior dogs are already housebroken, well-trained, and ready to spend their glory days by your side.
The Grey Muzzle grant will cover six months of advertisements in Ranch & Coast Magazine, which has an estimated 166,000 readers each month. 8 ½-year old Ziggy and 8 ¼-year old Bear Burrito are the first to be featured in the July and August issues. You can find more information about all RCHS adoptable pets at SDpets.org. Be sure to check out RCHS adoptable pets in Ranch & Coast Magazine!