Heartbreaking Story: Devoted Bonded Pair Faces Separation and Euthanasia, Desperate for a Miracle

Due to health issues, this absolutely sweet pair of dogs were surrendered to Memphis Animal Services on May 11, 2023. One of the dogs has been designated for euthanasia. These two dogs have been best friends since they were puppies.

PEDDI HAS NOW BEEN GIVEN A DEADLINE OF TODAY, MONDAY, JUNE 19, TO BE RESCUED OR SHE WILL BE KILLED. RAWDI WILL BE LEFT IN THE KENNEL ALONE FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER WHEN THEY COME FOR PEDDI. THESE GIRLS ONLY HAVE EACH OTHER.

The dogs have been well-behaved during their month at the shelter. We know the following about each of them:

This pet has been designated as at-risk, which indicates that he or she has medical or behavioral issues that must be treated outside of the shelter as soon as possible.

Because to moderate FAS, PEDDI has been designated as at-risk.

On 6/3/23, Peddi attended playgroup. Despite her size, she was friendly, social, and lively, and she didn’t overpower the smaller dogs in the yard. She engaged appropriately with a similar-sized man.

This girl has been at MAS for a month and has had no adoption inquiries. She is 2.5 years old, weighs 48 pounds, and is heartworm negative.

She was a breeze to leash during her recent time with a staff member, strolling gently to the turf yard. Outside, she swiftly went about her business, demonstrating wonderful potty etiquette.

Rawdi is inquisitive by nature and likes exploring her surroundings. She exhibited curiosity in the dogs in adjoining yards, following them around the fence, despite her dislike of playing. She wants to remain to herself and enjoy the company from afar. Rawdi is an expert at capturing your heart when it comes to affection. She was always looking for embraces and kisses. Her gentle and sweet temperament make her the ideal companion for anybody looking for a peaceful and loving presence in their lives.

Follow their suffering by clicking here. Please spread the word about their plight to approved rescue groups, friends, family, and social media contacts. Sharing can save lives. These girls are deserving of better.

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