Big Boy and Queen are bonded seniors, and when their owner died, no one in the family wanted them, and so off they went to the Riverside Animal Shelter in California.
Both dogs have been described as having sweet dispositions, are very friendly and get along extremely well together. Big Boy is slower on his feet than his bonded pal and tires out very quickly. Even a simple stroll around the play yard becomes a reason for Big Boy to rest. He is a big, handsome hunk who could benefit from much needed veterinarian care.
As for Queen, this gal is as “sweet as pie.” The ten-year-old takes the lead and gets around quite well.
“We are hoping a rescue can take them together, as they’ve already lost someone so important in their lives.”
Please share their plights; their futures are questionable, but sharing their stories with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts can change this uncertainty. Big Boy and Queen deserve better.
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