Abner-Small Dog for Forever Foster-Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary

Here at OFSDS we like to refer to Beau as “Office Manager”. Why? Because he has this adorable way of always being near you as if he is micro managing your projects! What kind of dog is Beau? We had no idea either until someone donated a DNA test for him. His results are Beagle, Maltese, Chihuahua and Miniature Schnauzer. Beau has limited mobility and an intensive medication regimen. He also has a history of snapping at people. For this reason, a home with small children is not a good fit for Beau. Beau will also have to go to an experianced foster who is capable of handling his medical needs.


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Hi Forever Foster Parent(s)!

Our primary goal at OFSDS is to find lifelong placements for senior dogs where they can live the remainder of their lives as a part of a family. Most of our Old Friends that you see at the Sanctuary are available through our forever foster program.

Through sponsorships, donations and grants we will provide medical care and basic needs to the dogs living in our foster homes.

Fostering for OFSDS is different than fostering for other rescues in that we hope that our fosters will be “forever” homes for the remainder of their Old Friend’s life. Although adoption is not expected, we will sometimes allow our fosters to adopt dogs from us, however, all adoptions must start as Foster Families. Foster homes must be within 100 miles of Mount Juliet, TN.

Because our main goal is to place senior and un-adoptable dogs in safe, lifetime placements, we do not charge any fees.

Please click here for more information and/or to complete an Application to Foster for OFSDS.

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