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Transformation Tuesday: Buster and Brother
Talk about a transformation! Buster and Brother, two Tibetan Terriers, were brought to AHS after their family had to move and were unable to take them with. When they walked through the doors of AHS, they had long, shaggy fur which covered their eyes, making it difficult for him to see. Needless to say, both of these poor boys were in desperate need of grooms. Along with the many lifesaving programs and services AHS has to offer, AHS’ Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital™ is dedicated to providing care for animals with nowhere else to turn. Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital™ Pet Groomer and Docent Volunteer, Lisa, took these pups under her wing and transformed them into brand new dogs! Through the shaggy fur, revealed charming, sweet boys with so much love to give. Buster and Brother are currently available for adoption and are awaiting their fur-ever home at our Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion.