The Grey Muzzle Organization’s monthly e-newsletter has hit the (electronic) stands and the September issue includes my interview with Hannah Stonehouse Hudson, the photographer whose famous image of 19-year-old Shepherd blend, Schoep, and his best friend, John, has changed all of their lives for the better. Hannah was a lot of fun to talk to and I suggest you follow her work because this is only the beginning of her outstanding efforts to capture the relationships between animals and their people.
Thanks to donations, Schoep now receives weekly laser therapy treatments on his joints. The e-newsletter includes links to Grey Muzzle’s online resource library, where you can read articles on the benefits of laser therapy and hydrotherapy, as well links to learn more about the brand new Schoep Legacy Foundation.
Also, meet Hope, a beautiful puppy mill survivor who, thanks to Senior Dogs 4 Seniors and a Grey Muzzle medical expense grant for adoptable dogs, has found her forever home and is reveling in her golden years. And read an excerpt from a Grey Muzzle volunteer’s award-winning essay on her devotion to retired racing Greyhounds and Grey Muzzle’s mission “that no old dog should die alone and afraid.”