These Inseparable Doggos Are Up For Adoption And We Can’t Handle It

  • By Eva Yong
  • January 22, 2018
  • 2 minutes read

Ask anyone who’s ever had a German Shepherd is definitely familiar with how fantastic these dogs are, which explains how easily they can steal anyone’s hearts.

German Shepherds Gus and Laurie have certainly done that.

Having known each other since 3-months-old, these two dogs have stuck together through thick and thin since they were found living in someone’s barn, and are inseparable.

The two dogs were then taken in by the Shenandoah Shephard Rescue in Stephens City Virgina.

Shenandoah Shepherd Rescue noted that the dogs were inseparable instantly and shared the news on their Facebook page.

“They’ve only ever known each other. They were found as strays at three months old and have since lived in someone’s barn. We are so hopeful that we can find someone to keep these two together. If you’re looking for a bonded pair, look no further.”

Shenandoah Shepherd Rescue

How much more adorable can these two get!?

Since the posting, the photos have gone viral on Facebook and has been shared more than 16,000 times on social media.

This definitely stirred people searching for those who are interested in adopting these two cuties. However, potential adopters have to wait for these two dogs to be tested first to see whether they are compatible with children and cats.

The Facebook post reads:

“We have had an overwhelming response to this post. If you are interested in Gus and Laurie please apply at shenandoahrescue.org/adoption-process, These pups are pending cat and kid testing and have arrived to their foster in Virginia,”

Shenandoah Shepherd Rescue

Adopters may have to wait for another two to three weeks to adopt them.

Shenandoah Rescue also wrote the following on their Facebook page:

“We have been getting a lot of inbox questions about this pair! Let me try to answer them here. The adoption fee is $325 each. They must be adopted together,” Shenandoah Shepherd Rescue wrote on Facebook yesterday. “They just arrived to their foster today in northern Virginia so we don’t know much about them yet. They are not aggressive but are in need of socialization.”

The pair will also need to be spayed and neutered before moving on to their forever home. It is also unclear whether the pair is full German Shepherds or a mix.

Regardless of their breed, these two definitely have succeeded in getting the Netizens’ interest and intention in giving them a loving home.

Visit shenandoahrescue.org for more information on Shenandoah Shepherd Rescue.

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