Vintage Pet Rescue is always looking for new forever families to open their homes to senior dogs who either aren't quite yet ready for retirement or would thrive more in a home where they can get more individualized attention.
To date, we have successfully adopted and fostered out over 70 dogs that have been able to live the remainder of their days being spoiled by their forever families!
Not all of our dogs are available for adoption, but if you're interested in taking home a Vintage Pet Rescue resident, you can scroll down to check out the dogs we're currently looking to place. Please click below to fill out an application and someone we will reach out to you once you're approved.
Harold, VPR Alumni
Griffin is a 14-year-old Bichon mix with the body of a Basset Hound. This guy is pretty spunky for an old man, but also loves to snooze and cuddle. Griffin recently had a splenectomy due to a tumor on his spleen that came back benign. He walks a little wonky but we could find no obvious reason. Griffin is vocal when it’s time to eat and is great with other dogs.
Sadie is a gorgeous 9-year-old minpin. She is vision-impaired, diabetic, and has Cushings disease. Sadie is on a low-fat diet and receives insulin injections twice a day. She is also on medication for her Cushings disease. Sadie is an absolute doll. She’s very quiet and sweet. She likes to be held and absolutely loves laying in the grass.
Chester is a spark plug in a tiny Maltese body. This little guy came to us after being left outside a local shelter in a crate. We estimate that he’s between 14 - 16 years old. Chester is not neutered, very thin, vision-impaired, and hearing-impaired, but that doesn’t slow him down one bit. He eats like a champ, bloodwork looks good, and he loves dogs! But, tolerant dogs are necessary because Chester will be all over them. He enjoys humping. Chester is not house broken so he lives the belly band life.
Peanut is a 10-12 year old poodle who was found as a stray in Memphis and rescued from the shelter by our TN partner. Peanut is blind, but gets around pretty well. He likes to be held and gives sweet kisses. He’ll need a patient home and owner to give him lots of love and confidence. Peanut weighs 14 lbs, is neutered, and is up to date on shots and blood work.
Scooby is a 12-year-old Chihuahua that was unfortunately surrendered when his family couldn’t find pet-friendly housing. He’s a sweet boy who likes to cuddle and spend time outside. Scooby is great with other dogs but sometimes becomes fixated on them. He does have cherry eye that causes dry eye so he will most likely need eye drops for the rest of his life. Scooby is being neutered on October 7th and will be available after recovery.