Alex & Abby
Bonded 'cause we understood ♫
There's one perfect fit ♪
And, sugar, this one is it ♫
We both are so excited 'cause we're bonded . . .
Beautiful Alex and Abby are in love and not reunited, because they’ve always been together . . . and need to always be so.
This Blenheim duo are pretty much the definition of a bonded pair. You might think there’s velcro in that fur, they frequently cuddle so tightly. Come nighttime, they can be found happily piled on top of each other in their crate, though we don’t doubt they might be open to a group cuddle in the big bed.
The younger Alex is simply a super happy pup that is generous with the cuddles, freely offering his belly. He’s described as a go-lucky free spirit and still oozes that puppy feeling. Alex loves a good run-around as a way to let that energy out, so a fenced yard is essential.
Big sister Abby just adores her brother and is a gentle girl, the calmer of the two. She is an avid hunter though, loving a good chase after lizards, squirrels, and even cats, so your safety is guaranteed. Food is important to her and give a good shake to a treat bag and you’ll have Abby’s attention.
Alex and Abby, together always, are now just looking for a new two-legged companion or two to join their love fest. Want to be bonded? It feels so good.
🐶 Age: Alex is 5 years old, and Abby is 9 years old.
👍🏻 Weight: Both at 13 lbs.
🐾 Circumstances: Owner surrender due to health.
🐕 Temperament: A pair of lovers for certain.
❤️ Health: Alex is in great health overall but he has a few missing teeth, needs a dental cleaning, and also has a tiny umbilical hernia. The plan is to do the dental and hernia repair at the time of his neuter surgery. Abby does suffer from Caudal Occipital Malformation Syndrome, or COMS, a not uncommon condition in Cavaliers that, in short, pinches the spinal cord and can be painful. She’s on gabapentin, a common medication to ease the pain and she will be having a further neurological evaluation. Abby also has a heart murmur and will be evaluated by a cardiologist. CRF microchips all rescues.
🏡 Forever Home Requirements:
✔️ Preferably an at-home adult most of the day.
✔️ A fenced yard is needed.
✔️ Particular attention and care for Abby’s neurological condition.
💸 Adoption Donation: $1,100 for the pair
If you believe you, your home and lifestyle offer Alex and Abby everything they need, please complete an adoption application. If you would like to know more or have completed an adoption application in the past 6 months, please email us with “Alex and Abby” in the subject line to: email@example.com.
🚩If you do not check ALL of the above requirements, your application will not pass the screening process for consideration. We do not compromise on these requirements as we feel they are essential to a successful adoption.
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