Jazz and Carrie both met at Detroit Dog Rescue after they were pulled out of Detroit Animal Control and “have started quite the friendship”.
According to the rescue, the two young dogs follow each other wherever they go!
Now, DDR is waiving their adoption fees to help the pair find a forever family willing to take the two together.
The rescue writes:
“They don't have to be adopted together, but we would love to see them get to spend forever together. They are both young mixes and love to play. They would do best with a fenced in yard where they can exert their energy…Jazz and Carrie will come fully medically cleared and spayed or neutered. Who wouldn't want to be the proud owner of such cuteness?”
Detroit Dog Rescue’s director, Kristina Rinaldi, told WXYZ, “They are always together, they go lay in the yard together… we have their kennels next to each other, so they can see each other when they go to bed at night.”
Carrie is a year old full grown and only weighs about 25 pounds and is described as loving everyone and does well with other dogs. At 2 years old, Jazz is expected to be about 60 pounds. He "enjoys going for walks, eating “Frosty Paws” ice cream and lounging around the doggy pool when he goes to play at doggy camp."
If you are interested in helping or adopting Jazz and Carrie visit Detroit Dog Rescue’s website.
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