New nonprofit provides permanent homes for senior dogs

Living Grace Canine Ranch's first intake is Gracie. (Courtesy Living Grace Canine Ranch)
Living Grace Canine Ranch's first intake is Gracie. (Courtesy Living Grace Canine Ranch)

Living Grace Canine Ranch's first intake is Gracie. (Courtesy Living Grace Canine Ranch)

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Living Grace Canine Ranch Executive Director Rhonda Minardi and Secreatry Amanda Kopp. (Courtesy Living Grace Canine Ranch)
New local nonprofit Living Grace Canine Ranch seeks to provide a permanent home for senior canines of all breeds that are deemed physically or emotionally animal shelter "unadoptable" or foster care "undesirable." The organization formed in February but is actively working to complete its first building at the ranch, with plans for it to be erect by October. Living Grace plans to start a foster program by the fall. The ranch is located in Bertram, Texas, just west of Georgetown, but is headquartered at 723 W. University Ave., Stes. 110-142, Georgetown.