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This Blind Dog Has His Own Seeing-Eye Dog

We all know the bond between man and dog is a truly special one. There are countless examples of owners going above and beyond for their dogs and vice versa. It’s always heartwarming to see the love that an owner and animal can have for each other. It’s also just as heartwarming when this kind of bond and friendship occurs between two animals. Glenn, the Jack Russell Terrier and Buzz, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier are inseparable. They were both found living in a sea tunnel in northern England, and have been together ever since. The two dogs actually become agitated when they are separated. However, the real amazing part of this friendship is that Buzz actually guides Glenn around everywhere they go. Check out the story of this blind dog’s best friend.

This Blind Dog Has His Own Seeing-Eye Dog
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Glenn and Buzz were found living in a sea tunnel together in Hartlepool, which is in Northern England. They were rescued by the Stray Aid Rescue Center.

This Blind Dog Has His Own Seeing-Eye Dog
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Both are older dogs and neither of them appreciate being separated. The staff at Stray Aid have said the dogs actually get agitated and restless.

This Blind Dog Has His Own Seeing-Eye Dog
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These dogs are absolutely inseparable. They both have probably experienced a lot of hardship in life, and having a friend to go through it with can make it so much easier.

This Blind Dog Has His Own Seeing-Eye Dog
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These two sleep together, and Glenn follows Buzz wherever he goes. Buzz helps Glenn find his food bowl, his kennel, and their bed.

This Blind Dog Has His Own Seeing-Eye Dog
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I seriously wanna fly over to England and adopt these two.

These two are absolutely adorable together! It’s really sad to think of all the stray animals out there that have to go through life without any affection. At least these two have each other, and hopefully a new ‘furever’ home.
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