If You've Ever Wanted to Adopt a Bonded Pair of Pups, Do It Now


It's the beginning of summer which means shelters are overcrowded and desperate to find homes for their four-legged boarders.

Two types of animals that are hard to find homes for? Seniors and bonded pairs.
Buster (#180726) is a white Schnauzer
  • Buster (#180726) is a white Schnauzer
Darby Girl, a white and tan Basenji (#180727)
  • Darby Girl, a white and tan Basenji (#180727)

Meet Darby and Buster. These bonded seniors that are available for adoption at Pinal County Animal Control (1150 S Eleven Mile Corner Road in  Casa Grande. 520-509-3555).

They are both 10 years-old, and were left at the shelter after their owner died. A volunteer at the shelter says, "They are extremely friendly, well-behaved and get along well with other dogs... I think it is important that they stay together as they are so attached to one another, and they have been through so much. PCAC is extremely over-crowded right now and these two seniors are sharing an overcrowded kennel in this heat."


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