Inseparable lovedogs are looking for home after months in shelter

These pups are looking for a home
Can you give these two a home? (Picture: Support Adoption For Pets)

Two dogs so inseperable they have been dubbed ‘lovedogs’ are looking for their forever home.

Samir and Sabina have been in a rescue home together for over 200 days. They were found together cold and starving in a field and were saved by Doncaster’s pet rescue centre. They were taken in by Tia Rescue in January after being found by a dog warden.

Their fur was thinning, their ribs were protruding, and they had sores all over their bodies.

Sabina and Samir are inseperable
They’re inseperable (Picture: Support Adoption For Pets)

But they kept each other going with their love and support for one another.

The ‘lovedogs’ are absolutely head over heels for each other and refuse to leave each other’s sides, doing absolutely everything together.

After seven months in the rescue centre, the pair are looking for a new owner.

The dogs are now healthy and happy, having put weight on and grown back their fur.

According to the rescue, they are the ‘perfect dogs’ and are super easy to look after.

The dogs together
They absolutely love each other (Picture: Support Adoption For Pets)
However, they are being picky about their new owner – as Samir and Sabina need lots of love and attention.

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The rescue believes a retired couple would be perfect for the pups, but what’s most important is that they are kept together – so a loving family will also be suitable.

It’s heartbreaking seeing two lovely dogs who have so much love to give and have been through such a tough time in a rescue, when they deserve unconditional love and a place in a forever home.

If you think you could give Samira and Sabina your undivided love and attention, call the rescue on 01302 772935.

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