Ashley and Emily were following along behind a pair of joggers on a fairly busy road. They were off leash and I was alarmed. The jogging pair crossed the street and the little dogs followed. I slowed down and rolled down my window to ask if the dogs belonged to them. They said no and I quickly sprang into action!
The dogs at this point were dodging traffic at this point and the joggers had zero desire to help me as I chased these 2 little dogs attempting to save them. (ugh people sometime suck, right?!) After realizing the dogs thought I wanted to play chase I stopped all the traffic and laid down in the road. The dogs quickly came over to see what I was doing and I was able to grab them and get them safely into my car!
The stopped cars clapped and cheered which was kinda cool :) And I jumped in my car and pulled over at a near by park to scan them for a chip. Sadly no chip but I did look up to see a sign that says "Animal Shelter --->" so I started to suspect someone dumped them in the general vicinity of the shelter rather then dropping them off and facing people.
I drove all the nieghborhood looking for someone missing their dogs and over the next few weeks I posted signs and listed them online. Sadly no one came forward but that is a-okay because these 2 are awesome and anyone will be lucky to call them their own!
Ashley and Emily are 12 - 15 lbs rat terrier pups! They LOVE each other and I really want them to go to a home together! I do believe these guys are pure bred dogs but who really knows or cares! They are super sweet and kind and will make perfect pets!
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