Brown Baron and Snoopy are looking for 'fur'ever homes
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - We have a double dose of puppy love on the latest edition of 23ABC's Pet of the Week!
Meet Brown Baron and Snoopy. Both were rescued from a home in Tehachapi where a man was hoarding 140 dogs.
They are both incredibly gentle. Their breeds are unknown because it's hard to tell who their parents are among the hundreds of dogs that were being hoarded.
Marley's Mutt's rescued them from the Kern County Animal Services shelter three weeks after they were taken in.
While Marley's Mutt's does not know their exact age, they are believed to be fairly young.
Both puppies are available for adoption separately, their foster suggests they go to home where there are other dogs for them to play with.
They both have their shots and are neutered.
If you would like more information about Brown Baron, Snoopy or any of the pets featured on 23ABC’s Pet of the Week, please contact Marley’s Mutts at 661-556-7178 or send them an email to email@example.com. You can also visit their website www.marleysmutts.org or their Facebook page.
Marley’s Mutts is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that rescues, rehabilitates, and trains death row dogs from Kern County’s high-kill animal shelters in hopes of finding them ‘fur’ever homes.
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