Four-Legged Forgotten Oldies Senior Animal Farm (FLFO) is a new safe haven for homeless senior dogs. A non-profit organization, FLFO is dedicated to saving and sheltering old dogs from area shelters or surrendered from older adults who either pass away or can no longer care for their precious dogs. All dogs stay in residence here at Forgotten Oldies Farm, living out their lives with love and comfort. FLFO’s initial focus will be only old dogs.
Senior Pets - A Love You Never Regret or Forget
Meet The Retirees
Please welcome Abner to FLFO! He was found as a stray in Baltimore County and came into the shelter with numerous health issues. He needed to get out of the shelter ASAP and get treatment. He has a skin infection, eye issues, and possibly a heart condition. Abner is as sweet as can be and doesn't complain when we put meds in his eyes!
Abner is estimated to be about 13 years old, and is a 12lb Shih Tzu. We love him already!
Lacie is a 15-year-old cocker spaniel mix. Her owner passed away at age 103. Lacie was accustomed to being quite spoiled and she will continue to be here at Forgotten Oldies Farm!
Lacie recently had a mammary tumor removed and an infected toe amputated. She is doing remarkably well and fully recovered. She enjoys running around in the grass and rolling on her blanket.
Give a big welcome to Beau! He lived for 10 years as a stud dog in a puppy mill. He's a Bichon Frise and has sired thousands of puppies, probably high-dollar Cavachons, Bichpoos, and other designer mixes in demand.
Beau has never lived in a home, walked on pavement or grass and is very scared. He will need a great deal of time and patience to learn how to live as a loved pet.