Buzz and Glenn, two abandoned dogs who were rescued from a sea tunnel in Hartlepool. Jack Russell Glenn cannot see and is guided by best friend Staffordshire Bull Terrier Buzz, who acts as his eyes. See Ross Parry copy RPYGUIDE : These two abandoned dogs need to be rehomed together - because one acts as the other's GUIDE DOG. The elderly blind Jack Russell and his helper, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, were found abandoned in a sea tunnel in Hartlepool, Durham, about three weeks ago. Thankfully the unique pair were spotted and are now being cared for at rescue centre Stray Aid in Coxhoe, Co. Durham., where staff are now hoping to find the pals a new home. According to staff at the charity, the dogs - who are thought to be between nine and 10 - may have been abandoned due to their age. Glenn, the Jack Rusell, is completely blind so he is guided by Buzz, who acts as his eyes.
All dogs can be guide dogs of a sort, leading us to places we didn't even know we needed or wanted to go. ~Caroline Knapp

Directions

Directions

From I-495

Take exit 52A toward Annandale and follow Little River Turnpike for one mile.

Look for a Sunshine Animal Hospital sign on the right.  We are a couple hundred feet inland from the main road.

From Alexandria/Bailey’s Crossroads

Follow Little River Turnpike or Columbia Pike westward.

Continue on Little River Turnpike until you pass the intersection for Annandale Road.

Look for a Sunshine Animal Hospital sign on the left.  We are a couple hundred feet inland from the main road.

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