Let’s help find forever homes for special rescue dogs that have been waiting way too long, like Sam and Suzy, who need to be adopted together. Please share their story in hopes of finding the perfect forever home and human.
Rescue Dogs Sam and Suzy’s Story
Bonded 6-year-old pair Sam and Suzy have been waiting for 10 months at 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida Rescue for their forever home. Their story is not pretty. Their human was killed in an ATM robbery and then the dogs were taken to a kill shelter where they were labeled aggressive. The terrified pair of dogs were saved by the rescue, but are still waiting for their forever home.
The rescue 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida Rescue says, “A perfect match would be no other animals or children, but a loving home with a fenced yard. They love to cuddle and love their walks. … Please help us continue to be their voice and find them a place to call home.”
If you are interested in more information about these special rescue dogs, please email email@example.com or call 877-506-8100. Note: The rescue does not ship out of state.
Have a dog looking for a forever home for way to long?
If your rescue has a dog that has waited way too long for a forever home, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to possibly be featured as Dogster’s rescue of the week on Facebook and on our website dogster.com. Please put Rescue Dog of the Week in the subject line. We are looking to showcase dogs that have waited close to a year or more for their forever home or have special needs that make finding the perfect home more challenging. Include the dog or dogs’ name, age, short history and several good photos. Include all contact information for your rescue.
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