Doug and Doogle are still up for adoption as of the date of this posting. They are still showing every bone in their tiny bodies, but have a good appetite.
Doug and Doogle most likely have spent all their lives in a small cage. Doogle has deformities on his hind legs that are typical to this kind of confinement. Both dogs were covered in parasites and anemic as a result. The dehydration and emaciation brought them to the brink of death.
Somebody had a heart and threw them over the fence of the local Humane Society. I foster them at the moment and am looking for a suitable home for those babies.
They do NOT need somebody who pampers them and puts them into a pink purse! They need somebody who addresses and takes the dog in them serious, not the scared human baby looking eyes. They deserve to be a dog, not a human!
Go to petfinder.com for more information on how to adopt them.
Feeding a Raccoon Baby