Can you help these two dogs?

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We received the following e-mail from one of our fans. He reached out hoping the Life with Dogs community can help these two dogs in need. Please read Brian’s e-mail and if you can help contact him at [email protected]


We desperately need your help. My friend found these two possible American Staffordshire Terrier Mixes that were about to get hit in a heavy traffic street around Tatum and Shea in Phoenix, Arizona and we need help finding the owners or a foster/permanent home for them. Once my friend pulled over and opened the door they both hopped in and acted like they knew my friend. We checked the Vet and they are not chipped. Search around on all the sites we could think of and nobody has responded after 3-4 days. These are well cared for dogs, healthy, housebroken, obedience trained, neutered. I’m guessing them to be around a year old. They are super attached to each other and they do everything together. They were super friendly with a black lab but not too happy with a barky Yorkie mix. My friend has many animals and is not able to take care of them. All avenues have been exhausted and since I have been a long time fan of your website I was hoping that you might be able to help in some way…


Thank you for your time. -Brian



5 thoughts on “Can you help these two dogs?”

  1. One of the owners has contacted my friend and the black dog(Gator) is back home after a year of being lost. Still need to find a home for the red dog.

  2. Both dogs are home now. The red pup was adopted by a loving family and amazing enough my friend that worked for weeks to save these pups found someone elses dog and informed them And he is also home now. Thank you all for your support and help.

  3. Why would I get rid of my yorkie that I have had for three years to keep two dogs that aren’t mine? I was trying to save them. Not keep them and re home my own… Who would even have the heart to do something like that? My dogs are my kids.


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