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Dubble Bubble was found in a home after his guardian died and will now enjoy his new life in Mill Valley.

  Muttville Senior Dog Rescue held its Dogtown Adoption event Aug. 26-27 to help senior dogs find new forever homes. 

   “Muttville is so excited to have found new homes for 42 senior dogs at our adoption event,” said Sherri Franklin, founder of Muttville. “To date, we’ve saved more than 11,000 dogs — not to mention all the human lives that our dogs have transformed!”

More than 40 senior dogs found forever homes at Muttville’s Dogtown Adoption event.
Photos courtesy of Muttville Senior Dog Rescue

   Founded in 2007 to save the lives of the older dogs that were considered “unadoptable” and routinely euthanized in area shelters, Muttville’s cage-free facility, foster program, on-site veterinary suite and hospice program are innovations that have been emulated around the country.

   Muttville broadcasts live everyday from noon to 4 p.m. on its “Wagcam” for an opportunity to watch the dogs play and mingle. To adopt a senior dog, visit Muttville.org.

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