Shirley

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Shirley came to us a sweet meatball of goofiness with a lot of medical issues. When we rescued her, she had two wrecked knees, torn ACLs, and other medi… Read More

Ziggy & Bowie

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Bowie (black) and Ziggy (black & white) are a special pair of dogs that Young at Heart rescued. They were rescued from the city shelter after being … Read More

Loni

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Hi there! I'm Loni, and I am an adorable chihuahua mix. I came to Young at Heart from an "open admission" shelter, where I was scheduled to be euthanize… Read More

Nancy

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Nancy is a beautiful girl who was rescued from an overcrowded shelter where she was going to be euthanized due to her age. She came to Young at Heart in… Read More

Noel

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Sweet Noel was rescued after being found on the side of the road, lethargic and soaked to the bone in the freezing rain. We nursed her back to health an… Read More

Gia

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Hi there! I'm Gia, and snuggling and napping are my favorite past times! I love snoozing in a sunny window in a snuggly bed, getting gentle pets, and ke… Read More

Chloe

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Hi there! I'm Chloe and when I was first rescued by Young at Heart, I was diagnosed with kidney disease.  Young at Heart has done so much… Read More

Iggy

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Hi there! I'm Iggy, and I am the tiniest little trooper you've ever met! I arrived to Young at Heart in the summer of 2018, and I was just a mess. Not o… Read More

Layla

Young at Heart's sanctuary dogs are permanent residents due to complex medical or behavioral needs and are not available for adoption. Hi there! I’m Layla, I’m 12 years old, and I have the biggest brown eyes that’ll melt your heart with one glance. I came to Young at H… Read More

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