My name is Yogi. It was given to me by the rescue group who took me in. The group also took in my best friend named BooBoo who is a terrier mix. We are a bonded pair and inseparable. I look after my little dog friend as he takes refuge under my big white furry cowl and in return my little friend grooms and snuggles me. We are never away from each other. We live, eat and sleep together.
Our story goes like this: By the time the shelter called rescue, time has run out for us. We had a date with death and I feared I would never see my friend again. Not because I was afraid but, because my little friend was terrified. You see that how it works when you are two bonded friends.
We were found wandering when we were picked up. But we were really treated like trash and dumped. I know that we are a most unlikely pair but, love each other nonetheless. When the shelter called rescue to ask if they would take me a 100lb Great Pyrenees and my friend, they agreed. Rescue assumed that when the shelter told them I had a friend that needed help too, they were expecting another Great Pyrenees, perhaps a sister or brother…but NO! My friend is a 13 lbs terrier mix!
I love kids and all kinds of people. My little friend is a typical little dog and you need to get to know him, but he’s sweet too. We’d do best in an adult home where there aren’t little children. We are house broken and very loving. I promise to be no trouble. I’m a kind 5 ½ yr old gentleman and my friend is approx 3 yrs old and has a long life ahead of him.
Everyday I dream of a family of our own. Every night I say my prayers and hope that GOD (Dog spelled backwards) hears me and sends and angel. Please call the rescue 916-791-7580 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You won’t be sorry, I promise!
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