What could be more heartbreaking than a series of unfortunate events for two bonded senior dogs who thought they would remain with their families forever? Instead the two terrified and heartbroken dogs were surrendered to Miami-Dade Animal Services by their owner, and to make life even more tragic for the sweet dogs – they have been separated – they and cry and whine to be reunited.
Video of Rex:
A volunteer offers the following description:
“… This poor baby trembles uncontrollably and cries so softly. To make matters worse, Rex was DUMPED with his BEST FRIEND Jerry #A0886121 and they are separated at the shelter. Please give these two bonded seniors a home where they can live together and enjoy being LOVED by a ‘furever’ family. These poor souls thought they would remain with their family until their last day. Sadly, they were betrayed and they desperately need your help.” Follow the Facebook page here.
As for Jerry, he is a 10-year-old neutered tan and black Rottweiler mix or possibly a Tibetan spaniel. (Weight 55 pounds) He is reported to be partially house trained. Both dogs are very friendly. They have been described as:
“Jerry #A0886121as was surrendered together with Rex, but have remained separated since intake. Rex needs help; he won’t stop shaking, even his head shakes and he whimpers often. Please please; let’s help this bonded seniors reunite and get adopted together. Both are amazing pups so gentle and loving. According to former owners both dogs are great with men, women, children and other animals.” Follow his Facebook page here.
Share Jerry and Rex’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.
For more information, contact the Miami Dade Animal Services at 3599 NW 79 Ave. Doral, Florida/ MDAS website: http://www.miamidade.gov/animals/
(Photos and video of bonded senior dogs courtesy of volunteers at Miami Dade Animal Services)
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