Greyhounds Thelma & Louise
Dynamic Doggy Duo Have Double The Love To Give To Their Forever Family
Staff at Dogs Trust West Calder have their fingers crossed that dynamic duo, Thelma & Louise, will soon find their forever family after being overlooked for so long. The gorgeous greyhound sisters also have their paws crossed that their wait will soon be over!
The centres Canine Carers are currently looking after the pair after they were found on the streets together at just 14 months old in October 2021.
Although their past is unknown, the Canine Carers who have had their hearts stolen by Thelma & Louise, are very hopeful the girls have a bright future ahead.
Rehoming Centre Manager Susan Tonner said: “Thanks to the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, whose support helps to fund our wonderful Canine Carers, Thelma and Louise get all of the love and care they need whilst they are with us.”
“It has now been just over six months since the search for the duo's forever home began, so we are all hoping we can soon pack their bags and see them leave with their forever family.”
“Thelma and Louise really are the best of friends, like the iconic movie characters, the girls have stuck together and just love being with each other. It has been fantastic watching them grow together during their time here at Dogs Trust West Calder, and I’m certain they’ll only continue to blossom in a home environment.”
“The Canine Carers have watched both girls' confidence levels majorly improve, and we have been thrilled to see their transformation go from timid girls to happy hounds. They are a truly beautiful pair on the inside and out, and we are surprised that they are still awaiting a family.”
“Whether exploring on their walks, playing with toys, or settling down for their afternoon nap, they are happiest when side by side. They both love playing and chasing each other, and ending the day snuggled up together. The girls enjoy meeting other dogs on their walks and would like to remain just as a duo in their forever home. Whilst they are inseparable, they have so much love to give, and adore human company.”
“Their bond is so strong; they can’t bear to be apart. They are bursting with potential and are such happy, loving dogs, who would make a truly wonderful addition to a family. We are committed to finding the girls a new home where they can be together forever. Adopting a doggy duo is full of benefits – and double the love!”
For anyone who would love to give Thelma and Louise their happy ending, please visit www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming to view their profiles and start the virtual adoption process. Alternatively, you can call the centre on 01506 87345 or visit for general browsing on Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 4pm.
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