These sweet dogs were both in imminent danger, for no reason other than they hadn't found homes and had been boarding at a vet's office for MONTHS. They were about to be sent to the local shelter (overcrowded kill-shelter) because the vet couldn't keep them there indefinitely. That would have been a tragedy and we couldn't let that happen, so we stepped in. They are both WONDERFUL, SWEET dogs. They have both been fully vetted and heartworm treated. Sweetpea (dark), believed to be at least 5 y/o, has had a very rough life. She was found wandering through a mall parking lot in really bad shape. She was emaciated and heartworm positive, really beaten up. It's easy to tell that she's been bred many times. Her right eye is defective but does not need to be removed as per the vet. We think she does not have vision out of the eye, but it is not bothering her medically. SweetPea may be a homely-looking girl but is VERY loving and gentle and great with all dogs and people! A bullnose terrier mix. She met and bonded with another girl at the vet named Britt, about the same size and another GREAT dog, like Sweetpea. Britt (tan), believed to be about 3, has also had a rough life. Found wandering along the side of a road, the vet took her in, she was fully vetted and heartworm treated. Sweetpea and Britt had been waiting at the vet's clinic together for months and became quite bonded. They are both VERY LAID BACK, gentle, loving, good with everyone and everything (although Britt does not seem fond of very, very small dogs). Both have tested well with cats! They may not be much to look at, but these are 2 dogs who will give you no problems and lots of joy. PLEASE consider opening your heart and home to these two that have had such a rough life and have fought so hard to survive the horrors they have faced, yet are still so incredibly loving. So, if you or someone you know are interested in adopting Sweat Pea and Britt. Please contact KENNEDY by email or text at (802)673-9026. NOTE: These girls are currently being fostered in the South. Transport will be scheduled for them to be brought to the Northeastern states for a serious adopter only.