Cheryl Major has been a volunteer at The Buddy Dog Humane Society in Sudbury, Massachusetts for 14 years, and has been on their Board of Trustees since 2008. She has been involved with passage of animal protection legislation at the state and local levels. It has been her privilege to testify at hearings at Boston City Hall and at the Massachusetts State House, to speak before the HSVMA (Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association), to be interviewed numerous times on radio and to narrate an educational documentary on the subject of convenience devocalization of dogs and cats.
For over 10 years Cheryl appeared on NECN’s (New England Cable News) Adopt A Pet Segment, bringing with her a dog or cat in need of a home at Buddy Dog and sharing tips and important information on caring for your dog or cat.
Cheryl’s most valuable education in caring for senior pets has been sharing her life with her 17 year old Buddy Dog, Chloe. Every day with her is a gift and a privilege!
This blog is dedicated to senior dogs and cats and to the people who share their lives. It is a reflection of Cheryl’s years of volunteering at Buddy Dog where she has seen so many adult and older pets get second chances at loving forever homes. Senior dogs and cats have special needs and traits that are deserving of a special forum. It is her goal to make this blog their special platform and to share information and resources to help make your dog or cat’s golden years the very best they can be. This blog is dedicated to the challenges and joys of the adult and senior dogs and cats with whom we share our lives.
SeniorDogsAndCats.com is a labor of love.