found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Okay, well that's most of the story. The rest of the story is that Colt had a buddy that was with him in that backyard. While Colt was chained, Wesson was a young puppy who had spent that entire time right there beside his buddy, with no chain to keep him there. He chose to stay right there, next to Colt, even to the point that he had become severely emaciated. He could have left, gone in search of food, but he had refused to leave his chained friend. Wesson was in such bad shape when we got him. The first few days were touch and go, as we weren't sure that he could make the comeback. Colt stood watch over his younger buddy until he did make that comeback.
These boys are bonded to each other, the best of friends, as is evident. That being said, we certainly do not want to cost either of them a home by saying that they must be adopted together. That's a dream that we have that they could remain together. We know it's a big one, but we dream big. Especially when we see friends that have shown this kind of loyalty and continue to show the incredible love they have for one another.
Both of these boys are incredibly sweet, loving boys. They love everyone they meet. Their gratitude runs deep. Their dispositions and temperament are everything one could hope for in a pup. Come meet them today at the shelter.
If you are interested in adopting this pet, please visit www.carams.org for information on our Adoption Process and to fill out an online adoption application.
Breed identification by visual means is unreliable for most dogs. We are only guessing at predominant breed or breed mix. Each dog at CARA is an individual and we do our best to describe each animal based on personality, not by breed label.