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  • They adore each other.

  • Agatha and Jukebox probably found each other on the streets.

  • They were brought into our shelter together.

  • There's space, but they wanted to share one little bed.

  • When we separated them, they'd look for each other like they were lost.

  • Oh my gosh, where is the other one? I need her.

  • But it is so difficult to adopt two dogs together.

  • They had been here at Pima Animal Care Center a long time.

  • And it just didn't happen, and it didn't happen, and it didn't happen.

  • We're going to look at two dogs that we saw on the internet.

  • I work for the state of Arizona.

  • And I am twice retired.

  • A military career.

  • The house was too quiet since our dog passed.

  • We hope that they'll make us whole again.

  • A very sweet dog.

  • It's pretty neat to me that they just fell in love with each other.

  • - She's so gentle. - Yeah.

  • And seeing how close they were, there was just no way we could break that bond.

  • We had a little discussion.

  • I think it's important to adopt them together.

  • We said, "Let's take them home."

  • I think it just kind of spread all across the shelter.

  • "Oh, they found a home together."

  • - "Oh my gosh. Really?" - "Yeah."

  • We were so excited.

  • That perfect family is out there somewhere for these pets.

  • And luckily, in their case they showed up.

  • It's a very strong bond these two have.

  • Keeping them together, I think, was the right thing to do.

  • Are you guys ready?

  • Okay. Let's roll.

  • When we see a pair get to spend the rest of their lives together like these two, it is everything.

  • It's everything that we've been working towards.

  • It means that hard work to keep them together really did pay off.

  • They just know that they're buddies.

  • It's very -- I don't know how to explain it.

  • It's just an incredible bond.

  • Jukebox, he's a little shy.

  • They seem to keep each other calm.

  • You like that out there, huh?

  • I want them to love us the way we know we can love them.

  • Thank you for the kisses.

  • Would be good for both of us.

  • He's ready. Oh, Okay.

  • Let's go see your house!

  • Come in! Welcome home.

  • Welcome to your new home.

  • - Where are we? - There you go.

  • Once we came here and opened the door and let them in the house, they were just like, "Oh my gosh.

  • We have a home."

  • I think he likes it, huh?

  • This place has got all the treats in it.

  • You can go see your back yard.

  • This is all yours.

  • They have found their forever home.

  • They got very comfortable pretty quick.

  • Oh, he's peeing. He's peeing all over my feets!

  • He peed. He peed.

  • Oh my God.

  • So, we're trying to introduce them to peanut butter, and he just peed all over my feet. Oh, it's drool.

  • Just so everybody knows, it's not pee.

  • It's a ton of drool on the floor.

  • Look at.

  • Yes, it is.

  • It was nice to be able to put the beds back out, and to have that wholeness again.

  • That's when I knew that we did the right thing.

  • Oh! What did you already tear off?

  • In the last week, I believe that both of them know that this is it, and they're not going back to that shelter.

  • And they have made themselves very comfortable.

  • Better put yours on. Come here, bud. Oh.

  • They share a very special bond.

  • They certainly complement each other.

  • Jukebox still has the puppy in him.

  • He keeps us on our toes.

  • She's all the way up. There she goes.

  • Miss Agatha, she's just kisses and love.

  • And the way she shares her love and affection just pulls at my heart.

  • And here she is.

  • Don't know what they've been through, but we're gonna make the rest of their time like this.

  • I mean, look at this.

  • I feel like they're always touching.

  • I think people can really learn a lot about unconditional love from these two dogs.

  • Say goodnight, everyone. Night night.

They adore each other.

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