Giving Senior Dogs a Second Chance


Thank you for your interest in adopting a Libby’s senior dog. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we are having technical issues.
Please email for an adoption application. If you have already filled out an application but have not received a reply, please email us.
Thank you!


Dottie (left) and Cat came to Libby’s along with four other dogs in 2013.They are the best of pals and Dottie has always relied on Cat for direction and confidence. It’s hard to believe this cute duo has been with us for so long with no adopter interest for the pair. But, don’t feel sorry for them, they are happy in their foster home, which they share with a few other K-9 friends. A year ago, Dottie was diagnosed with an inoperable mass on her liver, which we are treating with meds and herbals. You’d never guess it from looking at her, though, she s a happy girl with lots of energy and love to give. Please contact us if you are interested in giving this bonded pair their forever home.

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Adopting a Senior Dog is an Act of Love

5 Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog

1: The transition will likely be easier.
2: You know their temperament.
3: Less exercise needed.
4: You skip the wild puppy years.
5: The gift of golden years.

If interested in giving a senior dog a home, please email


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Libby’s in the News

Libby’s Haven was featured in Reading Tales, produced by Marcel Dubois of RCTV! Please watch this video to learn about our dogs and mission.