German Shepards are some of the most loyal dogs. Once they find someone they adore, they become attached. That is exactly what happened with these beautiful shepherds.
As soon as Gus and Laurie were born, they could not be separated. They never worried about playmates because they always had each other.
During a walk, a farmer noticed puppies in his barn. Later he decided to call Shenandoah Shepard Rescue in Stephens City, Virginia since the pups looked like shepherds.
The rescue posted this on Facebook:
“They’ve only ever known each other. They were found as strays at three months old and have since lived in someone’s barn. They’re around 7 months old now and we are so hopeful that we can find someone to keep these two together. If you’re looking for a bonded pair, look no further.”
After sharing the pair’s photos with the world, so many people responded. Apparently, Gus and Laurie are quite popular on the internet. Because later the shelter added this:
“We have had an overwhelming response to this post. If you are interested in Gus and Laurie please apply at shenandoahrescue.org/adoption-process, These pups are pending cat and kid testing and have arrived to their foster in Virginia.”
The questions poured in and the post drew a lot of attention.
“We have been getting a lot of inbox questions about this pair! Let me try to answer them here. The adoption fee is $325 each. They must be adopted together.”
The rescue adds,
“They just arrived to their foster today in northern Virginia so we don’t know much about them yet. The pups are not aggressive but are in need of socialization.”
After being on the internet for just a small amount of time, the pair were shared over 16,000 times.
Although they do not have a family yet, these German Shepards are soon going to find a home, thanks to the world wide web. Please share this post, in hopes that the awesome pair live in a home together.
UPDATE: The pair were adopted but there are plenty of GSDs that are waiting at the Center for adoption: Click Here if you want to change a dog’s life.