These dogs are members of the CMDR Strong Team and will be part of CMDR for the rest of their lives. Their foster families have chosen to keep them safe, loved and cared for until they cross over the rainbow bridge. As our mission states, we are focusing on the senior dogs who have been abandoned and left behind because they are deemed unloveable or have ailments that need constant care. We at CMDR believe that age is only a number and does not determine the worth of a living being.
Lovely Juliet 13yrs young mostly blind sees some shadows and hard of hearing...she hasn't let that slow her down!! She is housebroke, pet door trained, uses the stairs, goes for walks, and loves being held. A total love bug
This is Miss Maybelle the bell of the ball. She came to CMDR from the kill shelter so scared she hid in her kennel for almost 2 weeks not coming out except when her foster mom moved her to clean out her bedding. After almost 1 year of foster care she is now going on walks in the park and has almost stopped barking at every little noise. She has a slight heart murmur but at the young age of 8 she still has many years of love and life left. She is in permanent foster care because she has a 5 to 6 level heart murmur and is on daily medication to treat it. We at CMDR feel it is best for Miss Maybelle to stay a part of the CMDR family forever.
Sexy Rexy is so sweet, loving and such a trooper it is so hard to believe that someone could let him go at a time when all he really wants to do is snuggle in your lap, give you lots of kisses and sleep. Rexy has lost all of his teeth but he still chows down like a big dog puppy and plays with all the other dogs.
This little guy was surrendered for being old and grumpy. He was so scared that it took him over 30 minutes to calm down before his freedom rider could drive him to our Vet. Look at him now that his Foster Mom took some time to give him love. He will be in our Senior Care Program and he now has a sponsor with Ben from Ben's Pool Service. CMDR thanks you with all our hearts.
CMDR took Tyler in knowing she had some medical issues but we had no idea how serious they were. When she got to our vet we thought it would be for normal checkup, dental and we were shocked after her blood work came back. Miss Ty has cancer and it has advanced to where treatment would only decrease her quality of life. She is now living life loved, spoiled and being given all the speical care she needs by a lady who knows how cancer can effect a family.
Miss Matilda or Tilly as her fosters moms call her has been living on the mean streets of Las Vegas for way too long. She has probably never had real good dog food, a dental even though she is missing teeth(we think they just fell out). She had a very large mammary tumor, holes in her upper jaw from severe dental disease and infection, and her horribly infected few remaining teeth. The tumor was removed and the rest of he rotten teeth were removed. The holes in her upper jaw will be repaird once she is in better health and she is being loving cared for by the CMDR President. Tilly will remain in our senior care program for the rest of her life and will be spoiled and loved more than she has ever been in her life.
Sponsor one of our Senior Care Dogs. Want to commit to rescue but can't foster or volunteer? With a monthly donation you can help with the long term care of one of our Senior Care Dogs. Join our CMDR Team and promote your business or just be an anonymous donor. You can go to our donations page and use either PayPal or your Credit Card and on the receipt specify which one of our dogs you want to sponsor. Thank you from the CMDR Team and our Dogs.
Thank you to Ben from Ben's Pool Service for his kind donation and sponsorship of Chewy one of our newest senior care dogs. If you need a pool man with a heart and does great work, you can find his info on Facebook or Yelp or go to his website by clicking on the logo.