Stray Aid, a dog rescue organization in Coxhoe, Durham Enland, recently got in two new dogs who showed them what true friendship looks like.
One of the dogs is Glenn. Glenn is a blind Jack Russell Terrier and he was found with his buddy, Buzz. Buzz is a big brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier. They were discovered together, without an owner in a channel tunnel. After being rescued they were brought to their current home at Stray Aid.
Those working at the charity are absolutely taken by the pair. They’ve reported that the two are absolutely inseparable. Both dogs cry out and bark in protest any time they are separated! The sweetest part about their relationship is that Glenn really relies on Buzz. Glenn, because he is blind, needs guidance. And that guidance comes from Buzz. Buzz will walk alongside Glenn and gently push him in the direction he needs to go (to get food, to lie down, away from walls and furniture, etc). Sue Bielby, veterinary director at Stray Aid said:
“Buzz acts as Glenn’s eyes and it’s as simple as that. Glenn gets his confidence from Buzz.”
Because of how close they are, supervisor Diane Humphrey assumes that the two “have been together for a long time”.
Their amazing rapport and chemistry makes them a special case for adoption. The pair needs to find a forever home together and Stray Aid is making sure that is a requirement for their adoption. They are a total package deal!
Sue Bielby stresses:
“If they are separated even for a few minutes they both bark and become distressed so they would need to have a loving home together.”
Even the organizations CEO, John Bielby, emphasizes the importance of the two remaining together. He said he hopes to find them a nice, low key home that will be suitable for the friends to thrive in. John says:
“They are unique pair and we need to see they go to a good home.”
So good luck Glenn and Buzz! Any family would be lucky to have both of you!