Two pups in New York are hoping to find a loving new home.
Shepherd mix brother and sister Brody and Riley are up for adoption at the Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) of the Hamptons in New York.
The six-year-old bonded pair of dogs were brought to the animal rescue after their family could no longer take care of them.
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Brody and Riley are “friendly right off the bat,” ARF told Fox News Digital in an email.
The two members of this “dynamic duo” each have a unique style, the rescue said.
Brody, who has a black and white coat, is described as vocal, independent and a “master at the game of fetch.”
Riley, with her tan and white coat, “tends to be a bit more reserved” and takes cues from her brother, according to ARF.
The siblings know basic obedience commands, and they’re house-trained and walk well on a leash, according to the shelter.
“Help us get this dynamic duo back into a home,” ARF said.
Interested in learning more about Brody and Riley?
Anyone who would like to know more can go to the rescue’s website, arfhamptons.com.
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