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Sarah, a blind Chihuahua, has her own guide dog — a Papillon mix named Max. And now the two are looking for a forever home -- together.
“When you watch them, there’s no way you could imagine separating them,” Twila Cole of the Humane Society of Pinellas, Fla., told WFLA-TV.
Cole says that although the Humane Society doesn’t know all of the duo’s history, they’ve clearly been through a lot. The dogs are being offered for adoption as a pair.
Both dogs are 3 years old, and Cole says that while Sarah is shy, Max has a big personality for a little dog.
“They always check in on each other,” Cole said. “They’re just two peas in a pod.”
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