Julie Sly,  the manager at Petco (at Allen Park, Michigan) noticed two couples wandering around the store with two large dogs with them, but the dogs do not have any collar around necks. Julie felt uneasy with this.

She asked the couple about the dogs not having collars on, and the couple replied that they left it at home and they just needed to run at the store and pick up a few things.

On closing time, the employees of Petco heard some cries coming from their bathroom. They opened the door and saw the two dogs from earlier, alone and shaking from fear.

Julie took the initiative and called their local rescue shelter, but she’s they said that the housing is too full to accommodate new dogs. She then decided to post help on her Facebook.

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Carol Lair, a board member of P.O.E.T Animal Rescue, reached out to Julie when she read the plea for help on Facebook. Seeing the two abandoned dogs spoke volumes to her heart, and how these people can get rid of them when they get tired.

She took the dogs on a Sunday Morning and discerned that the dogs seemed traumatized by the experience. Though she regarded them as well-fed their experiences in the former home may not be that pleasant. She said that they looked terrified.

They named the dogs Marigold and Daffodil, and they transferred them to foster care. They love spending time with people, but they still need a little push before they can give their full trust. These dogs have gone through a lot.

These dogs deserve a break; they ought to experience the affection they deserve to receive. It’s sad to know that some people would take advantage of these animals. We do not deserve dogs; they are too pure for us.

Posted by P.O.E.T Animal Rescue on Sunday, March 3, 2019

Video Credit P.O.E.T. Animal Rescue‘s Facebook Page

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