In an unwavering relationship of love and loyalty, beautiful Juneau refused to leave the side of her injured companion, Gulliver as he laid injured on the street. Even as Animal Control approached, and Juneau could easily have fled from the scene, she quietly sat still; most likely grateful someone was able to help her friend. Injured and barely able to move, Gulliver was thankful for his companion’s devotion.
The bonded pair were taken to the Downey Animal Care Center on August 10. Tragically, the two have since been separated. A Facebook page for the dogs can be followed here.
“Gulliver is in the non viewable building being treated for a possible fractured leg. Juneau is in the adoptable building far from Gulliver. Gulliver is very urgent and Juneau not far behind. Please help the bonded love birds get out of Downey safely.”
Gulliver #A4981748. My name is Gulliver and I’m an approximately 8 year old male German shepherd. I am not yet neutered. I have been at the Downey Animal Care Center since August 10, 2016. I am available on August 14, 2016. You can visit me at my temporary home.
Juneau #A4981749. My name is Juneau and I’m an approximately 5 year old female Siberian husky. I am not yet spayed. I have been at the Downey Animal Care Center since August 10, 2016. I am available on August 14, 2016. You can visit me at my temporary home at D525.
Please share the plight of Gulliver and Juneau with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Of course, it would be everyone’s first choice the dogs be adopted together, but saving their lives and making sure they are safe is the first priority. For more information about the dogs, contact the shelter located at 11258 Garfield Avenue in Downey, California. Phone: 562.940.6898.
Follow the National Pet Rescue on Facebook.
(Photos courtesy of Desi Lara)