Today we’re launching a special summer appeal to find a new home for two very sweet dogs.
Currently at our Hayle centre, Amber and Ruby are so closely bonded that they need to be homed as a pair.
They have had some interest, but they simply must be kept together, and two dogs is a huge commitment.
Louise Clarke-Payne, Hayle centre manager, said: "It would be very unfair to split these dogs up as they adore each other.
“It would cause both of these sweet girls very unnecessary and serious stress if they weren’t re-homed together."
Amber is a 13-year-old Hound cross and Ruby is her younger Labrador guide at seven-years-old.
Above: Amber shows off her gorgeous smile!
Louise explains: "We have had lots of people enquire about rehoming the dogs separately, but no-one has yet expressed any interest in taking them both together.
"They’re both very confident but Amber leans on Ruby for support when she's feeling a bit unsure - her eye sight isn’t what it used to be and she uses Ruby to help her get around.
“Ruby will even worry about Amber if she goes out of sight, and quickly rounds her back up! Ruby is also the attention seeker and will push in for cuddles if she thinks she's missing out, typical choccy lab!
“They love their food and they have fab personalities that regularly make us laugh out loud and we know they would bring a huge amount of love, joy and loyalty to one lucky family.
Above: Ruby enjoying a tennis ball!
"We know it's a big consideration to take on two larger adult dogs, and not something we'd encourage anyone to do on a whim, however, we're sure there must be someone out there who has an understanding of Labradors and the time to invest in these gorgeous girls."
To find out more about these girls, visit their rehoming page here.