A family in Shelton has been trying for the last month to rehome their two dogs, a golden and lab, which happen to be litter mates, although they look nothing alike.
They have exhausted all resources and are moving this weekend and cannot take their two fur babies with them. They have had a few interested people but they wanted only one of the dogs and are trying their best to keep them together.
At this point, they are desperate. As of this Friday, they will have no where to go and will potentially go to the shelter. They are both really low maintenance and just like to lounge at your feet. They are super sweet, great with other dogs and children. They really are the perfect duo and deserve to stay together to a safe loving home.
Sampson is a 9 yr. old, neutered male Golden Retriever Mix. He is great with people, especially kids. He loves a game of fetch, swimming, being groomed, and of course, affection. He has been raised with his brother Casey, so he is not used to being alone. This being the case, we would prefer not to split them up if possible. He was last examined & vaccinated September, 2011.
Casey is a 9 yr old, neutered male Black Lab Mix. He is great with kids and other dogs, as he is a submissive male. He enjoys playing with his littermate Sampson, "speaking" for treats, curling up at your feet for a nap, and having his belly rubbed. He is not used to being alone, so a home for him and his brother would be ideal. He was examined and vaccinated Sep. 2011.
To adopt the pair, contact Ivona Koppel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-748-3829.
Editor's note: This article originally appeared on Hamden Patch.