Cartoons Compassion & Education Dogs

Seniors (Forever Puppies) Need…

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7 comments on “Seniors (Forever Puppies) Need…

  1. laddieluv


    How precious..
    and true..
    ♥♥

  2. Christina Mccoy

    Good advice! ❤️❤️❤️

  3. Love this so much!!

  4. Oh my goodness, this looks just like my senior rescue Pom, Henry!! How wonderful!

  5. So true! Senior dogs do not need to be house trained. They love comfort…whether it is an extra soft, but supportive, doggie bed, a lap or just being by your feet or side. And most of all…….they want “to be loved” more than anything. We lost our big terrier a couple of months ago and because he was 30 plus pounds, I realized I can no longer lift a dog from a tub to a grooming table (I groom my own dogs). So we have two rescues…one is a senior and the other little guy is part Silky terrier/Australian Terrier and full of life. He is about seven. He recently passed his therapy dog test so he will have a “job”. Ohhhhhh and most importantly….this little guy does not have any eyes. They had to be removed due to ulceration. Dogs “adjust” much easier to a “handicap” than humans. He runs in his big backyard; he jumps up in our laps. He is full of life and love for laps.

  6. Yoshimi Shibata, Munch's mom

    Munch looks much much cuter in this print❣️
    Word can not describe how deeply my love for him grown now. 💕💕💕😍
    I found him in the filthy pet shop 15 years ago. He was neglected and bad health condition, coughing and gagging.
    I brought him back home the day and ever since then we have been inseparable.
    He is precious, perfect and my lifetime soulmate.🐶

  7. Michelle

    Thank you Amy for doing a Senior illustration especially because the dog you drew looks just like my Heidi a Pomeranian who will soon be a 10 years old. Senior dogs are my favorites with all the character and wisdom you can see in their eyes I can’t help but fall in love with them. Thanks, again.

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