Tuesday 27 June 2017

This Irish charity is looking to home two golden retrievers together because 'they can't be split'

Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers
Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers
Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers
Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers
Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers
Independent.ie Newsdesk

Independent.ie Newsdesk

An Irish animal charity is looking to rehome two dogs together because the pair "can't be split".

In a now viral Facebook post, the Irish Retriever Rescue shared a heartfelt plea to dog lovers to adopt Daisy and Millie, two nine-year-old sisters who need to be re-homed together.

The original post, highlighting the organisation's need to re-home two pairs of dogs who need to stick together, has been shared nearly 3,000 times and the owners are set for an appearance on The Ray D'Arcy Show tonight.

Managers have been "flooded" with responses enquiring about adopting the dogs in need.

Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers
Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers

"Thank you all for your overwhelming response to the post about the pairs. I have been flooded with hundreds of private messages and am working my through them, so please be patient for a response, I have to sleep and work at some point," an update read.

"To clarify, we currently have 4 pairs of dogs and another pending. 3 pairs are currently in England and the other pair is currently in Ireland."

Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers
Golden retrievers who 'can't be split'. Picture: Irish Retrievers

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