The Red Hat Society (RHS) is a social organization originally founded in 1998 in the United States for women age 50 and beyond, but now is open to women of all ages. The Red Hat Society’s primary purpose is social interaction and bonding among women. The Society’s events vary depending on the chapter, but one of the most common pastimes among Red Hatters is attending or hosting a tea party. Other activities, freely chosen and planned by the individual chapters, include crafts, games, theater or cinema trips, music-making (often on kazoos), and various outings.
Our Red Collar Society is our senior dog version of the Red Hat Society – but with a furry twist. We have designated this special page for more mature senior dogs, wise beyond their years.
All of our Red Collar Society seniors wear a red collar to represent the wonderful companions they will be.
In keeping with the traditional Red Hat Society’s social events, we have come up with our own versions:
- High-Paws (high-tea)
- Sniff Days (very slow group walks where our seniors can sniff everything under the sun)
- Canine Playdates (where our young-at-heart seniors can get their inner-puppy on)
- Music-Making (which usually happens in our foster homes and in public) consisting of various vocal expressions all dogs enjoy
Check back soon, as we will be posting adoption photos of our elegant Red Collar Society dogs.