Pair of German Shepherds Left Behind By Family Looking For Homes

 The dogs were confused and scared...but now they are looking for a family who will keep them forever.

Zena and Skye weren’t thinking they might be without a family. But the 2 German shepherd dogs got away when the elderly German couple who owned them left South Africa . the 2 dogs ended up with a family who didn't have the means to worry for them.




Thankfully, the family knew they couldn’t look after the dogs and did the responsible thing by reaching bent Sidewalk Specials for help. Sidewalk Specials came to select the 2 female dogs up and, although they seemed quite timid and afraid, the rescue says the 2-year-old dogs are friendly with both humans and dogs (cats unknown).



Sidewalk Specials also advises pet parents to plan ahead if you're moving. “If you’re emigrating, make an idea for your loyal pet, giving them away to an unknown fate is both unacceptable & cowardly.” If you'll provide one or both of those sweet dogs a forever home, please contact  Sidewalk Specials  or make a donation to assist them look after the dogs while they appear for a replacement family.



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  • Claire
    Claire October 19, 2020 at 10:36 AM

    Where are the two German Shepherds located?

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    • Anonymous October 19, 2020 at 11:12 AM

      Good luck, I asked where they are too. We lost ours Sept. 1

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    • Anonymous October 20, 2020 at 2:32 PM

      Still no idea where they are located?

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