Tuesday, August 18, 2009

We need to always keep each other in sight.

We honor the very strong bonds adult animals make with one another and require them to be adopted together (when splitting them up could cause emotional trauma or severe depression).

Annie & Mushu are not just sister and brother, but they are also soul-mates.

These two attractive Shar-Peis prefer to always be touching and they sleep curled up together. If out of each others' eyesight, even for a minute, they will cry and show distress.

Annie & Mushu are well-behaved, housetrained, and kennel-trained. They are approximately 2 years of age.

They are wary of strangers, but once they trust you both are very loving and may even try to crawl in your lap to get close for affection. Therefore, a quieter home with a stable routine is probably the best fit for them, plus an owner who is knowledgeable about Shar-Peis.

Annie & Mushu were abandoned by their owners who lost their home to foreclosure. A temporary care-taker helped care for them until we were able to make room for the pair at Nevada SPCA.