100% of donations received are used for the care and rehabilitation of the dogs at The Old Dog House. Every penny makes a difference and is greatly appreciated!
Make a Donation to Our Pool Fund!
Help us build a therapy pool for our dogs! Donate to our Pool Fund today!
Donate to Winston’s Fund!
Help Senior Dogs with Large Veterinary Bills Today. Donate Now!
- Donate $30 to provide laser treatments for one dog.
- Donate $55 to provide one month of food, shelter and care for one dog.
- Donate $100 to provide one year of heartworm preventative medication for one dog.
The Old Dog House is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization located in Jacksonville, Florida, dedicated to giving older and senior dogs a second chance at a new life. At so many shelters, the age of a dog determines its chances of reaching the adoption floor to find a new forever home.As a result, many wonderful dogs are denied the ability to live out their lives in dignity, surrounded by love. The Old Dog House aims to enlighten the public to the joys of owning an older or senior dog through educational programs and to place rescued dogs into true forever homes through adoption programs. The dogs that come into the care of The Old Dog House will remain in our care until adopted. We rely solely on donations from the public to support our organization. 100% of donations received are used for the care and rehabilitation of the dogs at The Old Dog House. Every penny makes a difference and is greatly appreciated!
To view our registration with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, visit the organization’s website. Simply search by our name, The Old Dog House, or our registration number, CH42059.
A Copy of The Official Registration and Financial Information may be obtained from The Division Of Consumer Services by calling toll-free within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.
Contact The Florida Department Of Agriculture And Consumer Services at 1-800-Help-Fla (435-7352) or www.Floridaconsumerhelp.Com.