While one of Sharon’s initial goals for Grouchy Puppy was “to change tired, antiquated beliefs” about adult large-breed dogs, she has increasingly focused on senior dogs. “Life with my old dog is rich, complex, and oh so worth it,” Sharon wrote in an homage to Cleo.
Sharon has shown that precisely at the age when dogs, like humans, are at risk of becoming ‘forgotten’ family members, they can be the most interesting and have the most to teach.
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