Forever Home Friday – Izzy and Angus

You can help two great dogs, Izzy and Angus.

The pair has had some bad luck.

Last spring they, and their owner, lost their home in a fire.

The insurance company moved them to a long-term stay hotel until their house could be rebuilt, but sadly they never made it into their new home.

Their owner’s health declined and he had to go to a long-term care facility.

Originally while he was in the hospital, Izzy and Angus stayed as guests at the hotel, charming the staff and everyone else who stayed there.

Eventually, the staff decided they deserved to live in a good home, so now they’re being fostered by Unchained Love.

Izzy and Angus are both 11 months old.

They are very close and need to go to a home where they can be together.

Both love to play, are crate trained, housebroken, and are in excellent health.

If you want more information, call Unchained Love at 812-463-1331.

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