An animal shelter in Arizona is seeking a special home for adorable, bonded friends. On October 5, the Arizona Humane Society posted a plea on behalf of the sweet duo:
These adorable best buddies are looking for their furever home!
Jefe the Chihuahua and Jericho the German Shepherd came to AHS through our Field team and as you can see, these two are very bonded!
Adding that one dog is suffering with an infection which is known to impact dogs in the area:
Jericho is living with Valley Fever, an infection caused by fungus in soil, and Jefe has committed to sticking around and cheering on his best buddy through it.
More about Valley Fever: A disease caused by a fungus known as Coccidiodes immitis – dogs suffering with Valley Fever can show a variety of symptoms, including dry cough, lack of appetite, lethargy, fever and depression.
The shelter is seeking a home where these dogs can reside together. Interested families are encouraged to bring their pets to the shelter for a meet and greet. Those interested in giving Jefe and Jericho a loving home are asked to call AHS’ Alternative Placement team at 602.997.7585 Ext. 2156.
Find the Arizona Humane Society on Facebook here.
(Image via Arizona Humane Society)
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