Dubbo's seniors are being offered a 50 per cent discount if they adopt an older dog or cat at an RSPCA NSW shelter.
The offer is open to NSW Seniors Card and Senior Savers Card holders at RSPCA NSW shelters across the state.
Adoptions must be processed "in person" and pets at least eight years old for the discount to apply.
Seniors who take up the offer will also receive a 10 per cent discount on veterinary treatment at RSPCA NSW hospitals.
Free delivery of the pet can also be arranged for seniors living within 45 minutes of the shelter.
If a senior is no longer able to look after a pet, the animal can be returned to RSPCA NSW and fostered out under the free Home Ever After program.
Acting Minister for Seniors Geoff Lee said the new partnership with RSPCA NSW was a "great deal for seniors as well as providing a loving home for an older animal".
"Whether it's a devoted dog or a cuddly cat, our furry friends improve health and well-being by reducing the feelings of social isolation and loneliness often experienced by seniors," he said.
Petbarn Dubbo has RSPCA NSW shelter animals for adoption.