Saved From A Horrible Situation, Rescuers Discover The Shocking Reason These Dogs Can’t Be Separated
It was only a little bit more than a month ago, animal rescue volunteers discovered two puppies suffering from lack of proper care. Six-year-old Daisy and River were taken to the Pennsylvania SPCA where volunteers realized they were victims of animal cruelty. Despite the horrible conditions they were subjected to, SPCA workers say Daisy, a border collie and River, a Jack Russell are two of the sweetest dogs you will ever meet. They have quickly healed from the trauma of their past life and are now living it up as only dogs know how to do.
As any dogs that lived together for a long period of time, River and Daisy have built a strong bond and are very close. However, there is an unusual reason the two dogs must stay together. River has been diagnosed as visually impaired. Slowly losing vision in both eyes, River has begun to rely on Daisy as a kind of “seeing-eye dog.” Because of River’s condition, Daisy makes sure to watch her companion and help him in any way she can. It is because of this unbreakable bond that volunteers say these dogs have to be adopted together. Just seeing the two animals care for each other is enough to melt any heart! In fact, one Pennsylvania SPCA employee was amazed at the two dog’s friendly personalities and commented on them via Facebook.
“They simply couldn’t be any sweeter and more friendly,” wrote Public Relations and Marketing Director Gillian Kocher. “They have put the past behind them. They are looking to find the perfect home together where they can lean on each other and find the love of a new family.”
As the animal cruelty case against the owners of Daisy and River continue, the two dogs are still searching for their forever home. Those interested in adopting these two best friends can get more information on the SPCA’s website.