My wife was told last night that one of our neighbors is considering putting their dog down, or dropping it off at the shelter. They don't want to do that. They love the dog. But, for various reasons, they feel they can't care for the dog properly. They've been trying to find her a good home without success. They've had a few people show interest in adopting the dog, but changed their minds after meeting the people - fearing the prospective adoptees wouldn't offer a good home. Apparently, the adoption search has been going on for awhile and they're getting desperate. Sasha is a sweet dog. I really don't want to see her end up in a pound. She's about Fasb's age (he'll be 12 later this year) with some ongoing health problems. Health seems decent enough, so she probably has some good years left. I suspect adoption through the usual channels would be tricky for an older dog. They've tried placing ads, but were alarmed by some of the respondents attitudes. They've got pretty high standards. Sasha is a spoiled indoor dog. Well cared for, so far as I know. I know nothing about adoption. Is there any resource they could check out to maybe find the kind of home they want for Sasha. They asked my wife and I for advice, but we don't know enough about adoption options to help. I understand their dilemma. I have some concerns about being able to take proper care of Fasb the next few years, but, at his age and health, finding someone I'd approve of to take him in would be difficult. Thanks.