07/27/2012 12:52 EDT | Updated 09/26/2012 05:12 EDT

Adopt-a-HuffPet: Two Canine BFFs Would Love a Home Together!


Huffington Post Canada is pleased to announce, in conjunction with the organization C4P Animal Rescue, Adopt-a-HuffPet. Each week we feature adoptable rescue pets eager to find a loving home. Pets will be chosen from shelters across the country. If you wish to find out more about available rescue pets in your area, please visit C4P Animal Rescue.

If you think having a bonded pair is double the work, think again! Adopting a bonded pair can actually be less work. They play with each other, and keep each other company when you're not home.

2012-07-27-pets1.jpgSky and Tyson are six-year-old brothers, who were surrendered together. The family who surrendered them and are devastated to think that Sky and Tyson may be separated. Sky shows some anxiety when separated from Tyson.

This dynamic duo is a quiet, loving pair that have lived together their whole lives and are the best of friends. Tyson is a large shepherd. His littermate Sky got the Siberian Husky genes in the family! They love each other, people, hanging out in the garden and playing with their toys!

We want to make these brothers' dreams come true, and send them to their forever home together -- they have been at the shelter for months! Both are neutered, microchipped, UTD on vaccines, and ready to make a family happy.

Contact: Arrivals Counselor, Ontario SPCA Toll: 1-888-668-7722 Land: 905-898-7122 Ext: 168

2012-07-27-pets3.jpgQuick, lively, and able to sit up like a bunny for treats -- this is Bailey. She may only have one eye but with typical Beagle zest, she's completely undeterred by it. Bailey lost her home when her family lost their income. She is currently in foster care in north Toronto adjusting to her new life, but needs a forever home.

Her foster moms says she loves being massaged, bonds well with people, and is a great playmate for her foster brother beagle. She's perfect at four years -- mature enough to have nice manners and stay alone without incident, yet young enough to play for hours with other dogs, or be a great walking/ jogging companion. She is learning to walk nicely on a leash and wait at the door.

You may wonder why she only has one eye. Unfortunately she had a run in with urban wildlife when she was young and her eye was seriously injured in the altercation.

Contact Speaking of Dogs Rescue at 416-444-4190 or email: