Latest Newsletters

March 7, 2021 Events and Announcements, General News

Wonder what it’s like to be an ODH permanent foster (Final Refuge) home? Read more about the dogs and our terrific foster families and volunteers in our March 2021 Print Newsletter and our January 2021 E-Newsletter. Miss a previous newsletter?  You can read them here: November 2020 Print Newsletter;  September 2020 E-Newsletter; July 2020 Print Newsletter; May…

2021 Annual Have A Heart for Old Dogs Fundraiser

January 26, 2021 General News

  We are excited to announce the 2021 Have A Heart for Old Dogs fundraiser. During February, the month of love, Paddywack will match up $1,000 for all dog sponsorships made at their store.   You can also make a donation of $1 for a small heart or $5 for a large heart with 100%…

Holiday Store 2020

December 4, 2020 Events and Announcements, General News, Uncategorized

  We have launched our FIRST ever holiday store!   There are oodles of goodies for you and all of your dog lovin’ friends. You’ll find a variety of tees for women, men and dogs; hoodies, hats, mugs and even face masks! And all the profits go to help Old Dog Haven!    The holiday…

Old Dog Haven 2021 Calendar

November 1, 2020 Events and Announcements, General News, Uncategorized

  Please note: The Old Dog Haven 2021 calendar is sold out online. If you live in Western Washington you can check at the locations listed below. (We suggest you call ahead to see if they have calendars left before making the trip.)   The calendar is also available at the following locations throughout Washington State: Seattle…

Julie Austin – ODH’s ‘official’ photographer!

November 1, 2018 Events and Announcements, General News, Resources

      A special thanks to Julie Austin, Old Dog Haven’s ‘official’ photographer for all the amazing photographs she has taken of our wonderful pups.  Her photo of Mayor Augustus is the cover of our 2019 Calendar and she attends many of our events to capture all the pups an their fosters.  You can…

Dream with your dog

June 20, 2016 General News

Humans spend way too much time thinking and doing rather than feeling and being. We’re so busy thinking our heads are full of stuff that gets in the way of connecting with animals and people on an emotional level. This busy mind syndrome can be like navigating a mine field for your dog if he…

Old Dog Suckerness

June 13, 2016 General News, Life Lessons from Old Dogs

Do you qualify to be a member of the Brotherhood/Sisterhood of Old Dog Suckers? Semi-retired psychiatrist and Old Dog Haven staff member Shirley Stallings offers a diagnostic assessment of a disorder found in people uniquely drawn to elderly dogs. Check out her criteria to see if you have this disorder: “A. A disorder that may…

Communicating With a Deaf Dog Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

April 18, 2016 General News, Life Lessons from Old Dogs

Our guest blogger this week, Old Dog Haven foster mom Tonya Kniest, shares her thoughts about teaching a deaf old dog new tricks. Pictured right are Tonya with Lizzy.   My first Final Refuge foster, Lizzy, came to me deaf, tail tucked, and fearful of sudden moves toward her, even trying to scramble to the…

“How Do You Stand It?”

April 2, 2016 General News, Life Lessons from Old Dogs

  Deeanne Matz, our guest blogger this week, is the webmaster of the Old Dog Haven website and she is also a member of the Board. She and her husband Francesco are dedicated Old Dog Haven Final Refuge parents. Pictured right with Dee and Francesco are their current dogs (L-R) Emma Pearl, Penelope, and Benny.…

Thor: A Lesson in Inner Strength, Resilience and Hope

February 29, 2016 General News, Life Lessons from Old Dogs

The Norse god Thor is generally associated with being able to make thunder, which would require quite a feat of strength. Our dog Thor isn’t very strong physically … not yet … but his inner strength is quite remarkable and he could probably make thunder if he wanted to do that. Let me tell you…

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