SAVE A LIFE! ENRICH YOURS!
Carnation had her surgery on December 18, 2023
Carnation a 12 year old husky, was brought to the Downey shelter as a stray on September 27, 2023 with a cherry eye and cropped ears. The cost of her surgery to remove her cancerous eye and spay her was covered thanks to a generous grant from the the Marion and Richard Graham Foundation
Carlota, aka Peaches fro mthe North Central Shelter was found as a stray onJanuary 8, 2024. She had a huge tumor on her neck. We rescued her on January 27, 2024. Unfortunately, the tumor was cancerous. It has been removed, but her prognosis is guarded. She will have the best of the rest of her life with her amazing foster.
Carlota had her surgery on February 2, 2024.
Cyrus had his surgery on May 4, 2023 to remove the almost 3 pound tumor!
Cyrus, AKA Bubba was an owner surrender at the West Valley Shelter at the age of 13!
Cassia's growth was not cancer! it was similar to proud flesh that grew out of control. her growth was removed on April 5, 2023
Cassia, aka Aurora from the harbor Shelter, was only in the shelter for 3 days. They wanted to PTS because of this bleeding growth. We pulled her March 17, 2023.
We rescued him on march 14, 2023. It only took us about two hours to shave off all his mats, trim his nails, and reveal the beautiful dog underneath!
Charleston Chew, aka Tiger is a 15 year old Maltese/Lhasa Apso Mix from the Downey Shelter, who was owner surrendered on March 4, 2023. This is the condition he was in.
Join us for a fun day at Castaic Lake. It is the anual bark in the park event on Saturday, April 22, 2023 from 9-3. There is a 3k and a 5K walk, not a race. Food vendors, dog vendors, demonstration, events you can enter with your dog! We are one of the benefiting non-profit organizations. Come join us! BARK IN THE PARK
Check out Camel on Santa Clarita Community TV. We love being on the show! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wjcporttmflsfbe/AAB0xC6JMAFrUtZ58yR5aacFa?dl=0&preview=comcorner_s03e31_goldenyearsdog_10172022.mp4
Finally! It has been two years since we have been able to have an open house. We hope you can make it! As always, we will have a raffle, good food, great dogs and good times! Come meet our senior residents as well as the adoptable dogs! JUNE 11 from 1-4pm. TELL YOUR FRIENDS!
Do you want help a senior dog? Consider fostering for us! We can help more dogs through fostering. We take care of the medical and you provide a senior dog with a loving home and a warm bed. We can find you the right match as there is no shortage of senior dogs in the shelters looking for the best of the rest of their life!
August 1, 2021 from 9-11. We had a wonderful fundraising adoption event hosted by the back door bakery, 8349 Foothill Boulevard, Sunland, CA. Missed it? Don't worry, we will have another event soon!
Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know.
We saved a record twenty eight dogs this year! Of these, five are currently in foster and sixteen have been adopted out. The other eight are residents at Golden Years Dog Sanctuary. See the faces of those dogs you helped us save this year in the gallery above.
Check out our five minutes of fame! We were featured in Voyage Magazine: http://voyagela.com/interview/meet-susan-friend-letourneur-golden-years-dog-sanctuary/?fbclid=IwAR2CKsqVf_N6ZMzPjowBV3j8gouxhBg5mveduOj_yTwsPO3zeI2wOke_qS4
Check out our first TV interview! You can watch Susan talk about Golden Years Dog Sanctuary on SCVTV here
New year! new sponsor! Chewy.com is now a proud sponsor of Golden Years Dog Sanctuary. They will donate $20 with every food order! Check out our special site:
In September we adopted both Cow and Captain Jack. Both had large tumors that inhibited their movement. Thanks to generous donors we were able to do the surgeries to remove the tumors. And many thanks to Dr Nahmi Jones and Blue Cross Pet Hospital for taking amazing care of our senior dogs!
Thank you everyone who attended our fundraiser at Goldspirit Farm on April 28th. It was a huge success. We raised over $3000 to help care for our senior dogs!
Tyler Anderson presented Golden Years Dog Sanctuary with a check for $1000. That is what he raised when he ran the Boston Marathon!
Every month the Castaic Animal Care and Control center picks a volunteer to spotlight for the month. We are proud to share that our founder, Susan Friend LeTourneur is the volunteer of the month. See the entire post on Facebook at the page for Castaic Animal Care Centerl
Golden Years Dog Sanctuary is now a non-profit option at Amazon smile.com