If you think "big is beautiful", you're going to love Angus and Ava! They are 3-year-old bonded siblings who appear to be Great Pyrenees/St. Bernard mixes. Angus is a big boy who weighs 125 lbs and Ava is the "petite" one at only 95 lbs. Their owner turned them into a shelter because they wouldn't stay in their yard with an electric fence. We are hoping to find a much better permanent placement for this pair.
Angus and Ava are gentle giants who have been neutered/spayed, fully vetted, and microchipped. Ava does have epilepsy, but it is being controlled through medication. Both Angus and Ava get along well with other dogs. These two love each other very much so we're looking for a home where they can stay together for the rest of their lives.
If you're interested in meeting this duo, please fill out an application and be sure to mention their names - ANGUS & AVA KY!
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