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Animal Planet's Dog Bowl II: We've got a dog in the fight!

FLPS' adoptable senior Deuce will compete in Dog Bowl II

 

When: Saturday, Feb. 2, @ 6 p.m. PHX time
Where: Tune in to Animal Planet

Our very own Deuce will appear on national TV, one day prior to the Super Bowl! (He appears in the video above, immediately after Mr. Bojangles, the wheelchair pup.)

Following 13 years of Puppy Bowl, Animal Planet introduced Dog Bowl in 2018 to help older dogs. Just remember: Dog Bowl II on 2/2, featuring Deuce! How perfect!

See behind-the-scenes photos from Dog Bowl II!

Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary: Who We Are

We are a small 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping senior animals. We:
  • Give them a safe and caring environment
  • Educate the public about the value and dignity of aging pets
  • Promote the rescue and adoption of older dogs and cats

Meet The Animals

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Why Senior Pets?

We focus on caring primarily for dogs who are 7+ years old, and cats who are 10+ years old because senior animals make wonderful, loving, loyal companions for all different types of individuals and families. In addition:

  • Maricopa County has one of the highest euthanasia rates in the U.S.
  • This means senior animals need our help to find loving homes.
  • We are 1 of just 2 senior-only animal rescues in the Phoenix area.

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Why Senior Pets?

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