A pair of related dogs are available for adoption after being returned by their owner – who stuck costume jewelry on their heads.
The two dogs, now renamed Peanut Butter and Jelly, were recently brought to Sonoma County Animal Services in California after being abandoned by their owner.
The 12-year-old dogs were brought in with decorative jewelry stuck to the top of both their heads, which had to be removed by a veterinarian.
PB and J were then brought to Muttville Senior Dog Rescue with scars from the jewelry.
They are finally ready to find their loving forever home.
Peanut Butter is a male Beagle and Pug mix, or Puggle, who is described as active, gentle and a crowd favorite, according to Muttville.
The rescue said the 22-pound dog is a calm guy and loves to explore the yard by sniffing and wagging his tail — what we call “perfect.”
Jelly is a Chihuahua mix dog.
She weighs 14 pounds and is known for being one of the best cuddlers around.
“She’s sweet as jam,” the rescue said of the smaller of the two animals.
Jelly is said to have a big, strong personality in a tiny body. She demands attention by bouncing like a lamb when excited.
Both pups are currently in foster care in Concord, California — and due to their growing popularity on TikTok, their adoption fees were covered by a fan of the couple.
The couple’s adoptive mother, Lisa Arden, created a video on social media that received more than 2.7 million views.
More than 408,000 TikTok users liked the video.
Some commenters wrote: “Thanks for helping them. »
Another user wrote: “I hope they find a house together ASAP.” »
Muttville said the dogs are both trainable and love their frequent walks together.
The rescue is asking that Peanut Butter and Jelly be adopted into the same home to help them keep their bond strong for the rest of their years.
Muttville Senior Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization that helps dogs over the age of seven find loving homes.
The organization works with various shelters, individuals and other animal organizations to care for abandoned senior dogs.
For more information on how to embrace peanut butter and jelly, visit muttville.org.
New York Post