Bean's Senior Care... Because every dog, no matter their age, deserves love
Every Dog, no matter their age, matters. Sponsor a Senior today!
Our doggie daycare involves not only the young in need of training. Our senior dogs are a part of everyday socialization
Bean's Senior Care was founded by passion. Passion for The "Unwanteds"... The senior dogs with medical and/or behavioral problems that are thrown out, dumped at shelters, and passed by because they aren't cute, or pretty, or they smell. These seniors will live out the BEST quality of life I can provide for them or until they are placed in homes. We specialize in homing dogs with human seniors and veterans, but any ideal home will not be turned away.
It’s those special dogs that make us rethink why we put our heart through this...
Those same special dogs are the reason we continue to do this ...
Our heart becomes a little weaker until the next one comes and it explodes and says to you,
We will do this again because they need me.
Our mission is to provide love and a quality of life for senior dogs until their human match comes along or until their last day of breath.
"Shannon Miller's compassion to Elderly Animals especially dogs is an inspiration to all of us."
More seniors join the pack... click here to read the stories of more seniors that have came in since January 2021
Meet our new seniors, 2021!
Tia was found at a shelter in Nevada when I was picking up another senior. She is approximately 9-10 years old. Her owners came looking for her after she was adopted and we found out she had been a lead sled dog in California and had recently retired. She is full of energy and smart as they come. She will talk your ear off if you let her. She is still settling in, but doing well
Joey came in from a breeding/hoarder situation at 12 years of age. He is full of life and wants to experience everything! He has recently found his forever home in Oregon
Toby came from the same breeding/hoarder situation as Joey. He is 8 years old and has heart failure. He is on medication which has helped tons to give him quality and he has also recently found his forever home!
Tank was at a Nevada shelter at 12 years old. They asked if I would take him since seniors are difficult to adopt out and of course I said yes. Within 4 days he had found his forever home!!
Lolli was given up by her previous owners. She is approximately 9 years old and is just so sweet. Her new adopted mom thinks so too
Before and After Photos of dogs in Bean's Senior Care
Alina when she was picked up at HS shelter and now. Her fur was thin and mangy. Look at her expression now, full of life and happiness.