We are a network of private homes helping Western Washington’s homeless senior dogs. We also assist others with senior dog placement. ODH does not have a shelter or kennel, all our dogs live as members of a family. Most of our dogs have been left at shelters but occasionally we can take a dog directly from the owner. In addition, we try to assist owners in finding new homes for their senior dogs through our website and referrals. Explore the website for information on our adoptable dogs, placement program and other resources.
Contact Old Dog Haven with your inquiry.
You can now make automatic (recurring payment) donations to Old Dog Haven with Click and Pledge.
Hey Old Dog Haven supporters, here’s a sweet deal!
For the month of December 2013, Rescue Chocolate will donate ALL profit from their online sales to Old Dog Haven. The more you buy (and eat, and give as gifts), the more money raised for Old Dog Haven. To order go to (www.RescueChocolate.com)
Yummy Flavors include:
* Peanut Butter Pit Bull
* Pick Me! Pepper
* Foster-iffic Peppermint
* Mission Feral Fig
* The Fix
* Fakin’ Bacon
* Forever Mocha
* Beyond Bars
* Eat Save Love Bites
Calendars are also on sale at several locations in Western Washington. Click here for a list of ODH calendar vendors.
Internet shopping with iGive.com supports ODH. It’s a great time to ask folks to help your group, simply by shopping.
Lots going on this holiday season!
Sunday 12/8 and Sunday 12/15, 2-6 pm, we’re at Home for the Holidays in Mill Creek Town Center (across from Paddywack). Santa photos Friday evenings, Saturdays & Sundays through Dec. 15 by Artis Photography. On Sunday, 12/15, Artis will donate a portion of photo proceeds to ODH – call 425-892-2495 to reserve your session.
Thursday, December 12, from 6-8 pm, CityDog Magazine and BlackRapid are hosting a Howliday Muttmixer benefit for ODH. At BlackRapid studio, 517 Aloha St in Seattle (lower Queen Anne). See a short video about ODH and the Howliday Muttmixer here. Please RSVP to CityDog Magazine (link above will take you to their page).
The Mud Bay stores in Mill Creek (1018 164th St SE, 425-563-6900) and Ballard (5314 15th Avenue NW, 206-783-1328) are hosting Giving Trees for Old Dog Haven dogs during the month of December. Visit the stores to see the dogs’ wishes. (Please don’t contact the ODH office about the Giving Trees; Mud Bay is handling the details.) Sunday 12/8, reception at the Mill Creek Mud Bay starting at 2 pm – meet some ODH dogs!
What’s going on!
Beasley and Chico Maravilla have been added to Final Refuge dogs for your sponsoring pleasure!
Misha is an Urgent Need adoptable dog!
Mona is a new addition to adoptable dogs!
Fanny has been added to Final Refuge dogs for your sponsoring pleasure!
Read the latest Newsletter: Old Dog Haven November 2013 print newsletter
Congratulations to two ODH supporters:
Paddywack, Mill Creek was names ‘Best Pet Boutique’ and Julie Austin, Snohomish was named ‘Best Pet Photography’ in the 2013 Best of Western Washington’ contest sponsored by King5 TV.
Hendrix is an urgent need adoptable dog!
Many thanks to Pemco Insurance, who sent a generous donation as part of the Seahawks’ “Race for Rescue” dachshund races at halftime of the Jaguar game September 22nd. – ODH’s own Felix was asked to compete and ODH got lots of publicity. (Felix said the 12th Man was VERY SCARY…)
Thanks to everyone who voted in the Animal Shelter Site/ Petfinder challenge this Fall. ODH won the state reward of $1000. We are not eligible for the current challenge, but get ready for Spring.
Urgent Need Dogs
Misha, a little old man looking for a nice, quiet place to retire .He is 13 years old, brought to the shelter by his family. His new home needs to have no children as he gets too anxious around them and becomes very unhappy.. He would prefer the company of just one or two adults who want to spend quality time with him, take him out for walks and let him sit on a lap. He has lived with another small dog and is reportedly well house-trained. Misha has been at the shelter for more than a month – he needs a home! If you want a relaxing, constant companion, please contact Everett Animal Shelter 425/257-6000 about Misha. ODH has not met this dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.
If you want a relaxing, constant companion, please contact Everett Animal Shelter at 425/257-6000 about
Misha. Hendrix is a 12-year-old border collie mix girl, 45 pounds, surrendered to a vet clinic rather than treating her chronic ear infections. The staff has been working on those but she is otherwise in good health; perhaps a bit of arthritis but able to climb stairs and go on daily walks. They don’t know much about her past but she seems fine kids in the clinic setting and is housebroken. She would be best as the only pet in her home. Hendrix had been living outside but is very pleased to be comfortably inside now. She is very friendly and sweet, calm but playful when given a chance, and very cute! The kind clinic staff would really love to find Hendrix a home of her own and can tell you all about her. ODH has not met this dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.
Please contact Fidalgo Animal Medical Center in Anacortes, 360/293-2186 for more information about
Some FINE PRINT
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We will send a receipt of annual donations in the following January unless requested at the time of donation.
***This charity is currently registered with Washington Secretary of State under the charitable solicitation act, registration number 23310***