Explore The PAWvillions

In-Person Group Tours

Visit The PAWvillions for a one hour tour of our brand new, state-of-the-art facility. Learn about our organization, see what makes The PAWvillions a one-of-a-kind sanctuary, and meet some Old Friends! 

NOTE: We kindly require all visitors to wear a face mask while inside The PAWvillions.

  • Tuesday – Friday
    • 11am, 12:30pm, and 2pm
  • Saturday
    • 12:30pm and 2pm
  • Ages 5+
  • Space is limited to 6 people per tour
  • $10 per person
  • Click here to sign-up and secure your space

    Private Virtual Tours

    Tour The PAWvillions remotely! Take a private 40-minute tour of our Sanctuary from the comfort of your own home. Learn about our organization, see what makes The PAWvillions a one-of-a-kind sanctuary, and meet some Old Friends; virtually, of course!

    • Tuesday – Saturday
      • 40-minute blocks offered between 11am – 4pm
    • Private tour is live and one-on-one with your tour guide
    • One device per private tour
    • $49 per 40-minute block
    • Click here to sign-up and secure your space

    Children’s Experiences

    Bring your child(ren) for a one hour hands-on experience with select Old Friends. Children will learn how to approach and interact with senior dogs, as well as the joys and responsibilities of pet ownership.

    NOTE: We kindly require all visitors to wear a face mask while inside The PAWvillions.

    • Saturday
      • 11am
    • Ages 5 – 12
    • Each child must be accompanied by a parent
    • Space is limited to 6 children per experience
    • $10 per child
    • Click here to sign-up and secure your space
    Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary is a Forever Foster Home based Sanctuary in beautiful Mount Juliet, Tennessee, generally housing approximately 120 senior dogs at the Sanctuary and others in temporary and Forever Foster Homes. While providing lifetime homes for senior dogs, OFSDS strives to raise awareness of the joys and challenges of living with older dogs. We are a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. We do not concern ourselves with the quantity of time that they have left, rather the quality of the life that we can provide them for that time.
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