Senior dogs getting extra help

Older dogs need love too and an organization is trying to expand into Door County to try and get them homes. The Lucky Seven Dog Rescue in Green Bay has a part of its organization called the Betty White Senior Sanctuary that helps senior dogs get fostered and adopted. It’s trying to find more homes that will foster these dogs in Door County. Sarah Traeger is the Director of the Betty White Senior Sanctuary and she adopted a dog that was 10 years old and named her, Betty White.



The Betty White Senior Sanctuary is funded from donations and everyone who works for them is a volunteer. Anyone who fosters a dog from the BWSS is provided with the funds to take care of the dog. You can go to to see all adoptable senior dogs.

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