November is officially Adopt A Senior Pet Month. I know that many of us cannot adopt or foster another pet for one reason or another, but we still want to help homeless senior pets. I am delighted to be able to share this incredible project from pet photographer Stacey Gammon. All of these dogs were helped by a rescue called The Mr. Mo Project. Stacey aptly describes The Mr. Mo Project as giving “the gift of golden years.”
The Mr. Mo Project saves senior dogs who have ended up in a shelter. They not only take the dogs out of the shelter, but they also provide medical care and food for the rest of the dog’s life. The dogs live out their lives with dignity in a forever foster home, knowing they are safe and loved. The family can focus on taking care of the dog while the Mr. Mo Project funds all the medical costs for the rest of the dog’s life.
The Mr. Mo Project also offers help for individuals who have a senior dog but are not able to afford their medical care. I can’t imagine anything sadder for a pet parent than having to take your dog to the shelter because you can’t afford to pay her medical bills.
If you aren’t in a position to adopt or foster a dog right now, I hope you’ll consider donating to the Mr. Mo Project or sharing their information to help senior dogs live out their lives comfortably.
You can see the more of these beautiful photos on Stacey’s pet photography blog. Like Stacey Gammon Pet Photography on Facebook to see more of her fabulous projects!
If you know of a senior dog that needs help, you can contact Mr. Mo’s Project here. You can also donate directly to The Mr. Mo Project with PayPal or direct mail (The Mr. Mo Project, 641 Grooms Road #235, Clifton Park, N.Y. 12065) or shop in Mo’s store.
About Stacey Gammon Pet Photography: Based in Saratoga Springs, New York, Stacey specializes in lifestyle and studio pet photography.