One of these animals is blind, and the other was adopted with them to provide constant assistance.
It only took these two furry best friends three weeks to look for a suitable long-term residence together.
A short while ago, a 6-month-old Staffordshire Terrier named Blue Dozer and a Dachshund named OJ were abandoned at Richmond Veterinary Care in Virginia.
The dogs were once owned by a pet owner who was homeless and unable to care for them, according to the organization.
It is obvious to the staff at the refuge that this pair was destined to remain together forever. They are excellent friends, and OJ does rely on Red Dozer to point out the way and safely lead him through strange territory, but OJ is blind.
I’m looking for such bosom friends. The animal shelter stressed on Instagram that the devoted friends had to be adopted together as it announced the pair’s adoption.
“Blue is OJ’s guide because he is mostly blind. “They are BFFs, they sleep together at shelter, and we exercise them together for restroom breaks,”
The four-year-old BFFs are all that Christie Chipps Peters, Manager of Richmond Pet Care & Control, tells the populace.
The animal shelters are unable to keep the canine companions in their care for very long. Two days after I posted on Facebook about Blue Dozer and OJ, interested adopters approached me.
On Sunday night, the dog guys left for their new home, leaving everyone else at the rescue feeling comparatively secure.