Blind dog and his guide dog show what it truly means to be BFFs

0Glenn, a blind Jack Russell terrier, and Buzz, a Staffordshire bull terrier, are BFFs (Best Friends Fur-ever). Despite being abandoned by their owner, these two have never abandoned each other, with the latter even serving as a guide for his disabled buddy.

The dogs were rescued at a sea tunnel in Hartlepool, England last month and are now under the care of animal rescue charity, Stray Aid. According to their caretakers, the two are inseparable, refusing to be separated at any given time.

‘Buzz acts as Glenn’s eyes and it’s as simple as that. Glenn gets his confidence from Buzz, and 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’, said Sue Bielby, veterinary director at Stray Aid.

If that’s not enough to melt your heart, Buzz, 9, even helps Glenn, 10, find his dog bowl or bed. He also prevents his friend from bumping into walls by giving a soft nudge.

Stray Aid is currently for someone to adopt the dogs together and give them the loving home they deserve. You can find out more about the charity here.

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(Via: Lost At E Minor)

One thought on “Blind dog and his guide dog show what it truly means to be BFFs

  1. What an amazing example of love and loyalty. We, human beings, can certainly learn from them. Also, let’s remember and point out that the guide happens to be a Staffordshire bull terrier.


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