Elizabeth Naccarato chooses only senior dogs for her home. Beth was a Chicago foster mom for SARA senior dog Miami. Because Miami was so gentle and loving, Beth couldn’t let her go to anyone else and adopted her.
Miami battled cancer for the past two years. Because time with Miami has been short, we asked Beth to write about her senior dog experience and why people should consider adopting senior dogs. Beth and Miami have been generous with their words and photos.
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Sneak peek about SARA animals...Bailey's backstory is told by Edwin Youssef, rescuer for Animals Lebanon in Beirut.Bailey used to be my baby boy. ...
Vincent was brought to SARA after he got in an ugly dogfight and bit someone. The former owner is an artist so she named him after Vincent Van Gogh. That’s it. He’s a great dog.
We all know what happens when dogs get labeled as biters. They are put down and are no longer adoptable at shelters. SARA has been a retreat, sanctuary, lifesaver for some of the luckiest dogs in the world. Tracy has taken on some troubled or difficult cases. Often times, it’s one incident, like with Vincent.