Dogs Dumped At Kill Shelter Were So Scared That They Wouldn’t Let Go Of Each Other. Then Rescuers Stepped In

Last month, two puppies, best friends who would never be parted, were dumped at a Texas kill shelter. Cindy Droogmans, the founder of A-Team Elite Rescue Dogs, fell in love with Apollo and Adonis. She arranged for the dogs to be examined by a veterinarian in Huntington, New York, and both were treated for heartworm. These two best friends will not leave each other's side except at the vet clinic.They huddled together, still terrified, trying to assuage each other's fears.

Bonding pairs are still difficult to identify, but please take a look at them. Droogmans told The Dodo shortly after they were saved, "How will they ever be separated?" It can be very difficult to find a home for a bonded dog pair. It's a lot to ask of any prospective adopter. Jennifer and her husband agreed to apply for adoption after seeing a video on social media.

They were overjoyed when they got the phone call informing them that they had been accepted. Jennifer and her husband now have two rescue dogs and live on 4 acres of land. They were hoping to expand their families.

Finally, They've Arrived At They're Forever When Adonis and Apollo arrived at their new home, Adonis House fled. The new owners were heartbroken and pleaded for help in locating this fearful new addition to their family. It took 24 hours for someone to get close enough to Adonis to catch him and safely bring him home. Adonis and his new family are getting along well. This bonded dog pair is loving their new forever home together.