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 50 dogs that have been able to live the remainder of their days being spoiled by their forever families!
Not all of our residents 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
Ricky is 14 and Tia is 16 and they are looking for their forever home. These Chihuahuas have been together their whole lives. While both love cuddles, Ricky likes to be picked up, but Tia does not. Tia is prone to UTIs and can be aggressive at times if she doesn't want to do something, but she doesn’t have a single tooth in her mouth so she is completely harmless. Ricky will spend all day burrowing under blankets!
Ricky and Tia
Freddie is a 14 year old Pug/Mini Schnauzer mix who came to us because his elderly owners could no longer care for him. Freddie is a sweet boy who would love to take short walks and cuddle on the couch with his person. He seems to have some separation anxiety so he would do best in a home where someone is home most of the time. Freddie is great with other dogs. He is not neutered and will not be due to his age. Freddie weighs about 30 lbs and is up to date on vaccines.