I'm just heartbroken. Browsing FB and I ended up on our local county pound's page and I see these two boys http://www.facebook.com/pages/Harrison- 8885537091 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Harrison- 8885537091 Why would these two bother me more than the others? Because they were born on my farm. Their mother was a yellow lab, named Summer, and their father is my Blue Heeler, Earnhardt, who's 10. Sadly, we lost Summer right after these boys were adopted due to the neighbor's horse being loose in our yard and kicking her in the head (she was chasing him). We had to have her put down. Now I know there are people who will say I should have spayed my dog, that there's no excuse for accidental litters blah blah blah I don't want to hear it. If you want to flame someone, go to a different thread. I'm ONLY interested in saving these boys! I really wish their owner had contacted me before sending them to the pound, as I would have done everything in my power to help find a new home(s) for them. The story behind these two boys - they went to a good home together at 8 weeks old. They have had the SAME home together ever since. I know that their owners got divorced last year, and their mom didn't get custody of them. The ex-husband did. Beyond that, I haven't been told anything as the information about the divorce came to me via their mom. I had offered to take both boys in DURING the divorce, but since the judge granted custody of both boys to the ex-husband, their mom wasn't free to relinquish them to me. They were considered "Marital property". I didn't know they were going to be surrendered to the pound. I would have certainly tried to stop that if I could. I plan to go visit them tomorrow while Baby Boy is in school, if I can. I have already asked my husband if we could at least get Cobalt, but he doesn't feel that we could feasibly afford another large dog, let alone two. We have our Blue Heeler (dad to Cobalt and Magnum) and our Redbone Coonhound, Zoe, and he doesn't think it would be fair to take on 2 more dogs. I at least want to do my part to get them adopted. They are UTD on all shots, neutered, housebroken, and very bonded to each other. They also have ages wrong, Cobalt and Magnum are more like 4 or 5 - I'll have to go pull out photo albums and look up when they were born, but I know for sure they are older than 3. I'll blame part of it on hormones (due to have a baby in 2 weeks), because I've been crying like a baby over these two boys since finding they are at the pound. Also, there's another little dog named Reno at the Harrison County Dog pound - if someone could PLEASE help him, too? His owner is deployed to Afghanistan and his owner's wife didn't want to take care of him (don't get me started) so she sent him to the pound. Any advice that is helpful to find a new home for these guys, please send it! I'm not interested in flaming, abusive comments, negative comments on accidental litters, etc.