Do you have room in your home for two canine companions? Look no further than best buddies Caitlyn and Dermott. These sweet dogs came to the ASPCA together as part of a cruelty investigation. They’ve come a long way since then and are ready to go to their forever homes—but what they’d really love now is the chance to go home together.
Caitlyn and Dermott are both shy at first, but with a little love and patience, there’s nothing these two would love more than to curl up on the couch by your side. These playful sidekicks are very friendly with other four-legged friends and would be perfect park companions or new best friends to your resident dog.
Dermott has special needs and will need a patient adopter to love and take care of him. He is blind, but has adjusted very well to his condition—especially with the help of pal Caitlyn, who has been known to guide Dermott in his surroundings. While we prefer they be adopted together, Caitlyn and Dermott do best in the company of other dogs and must go to households with another dog. We know adopting special needs pets is both a financial and time commitment, but these two have so much love to give in return. Adopt Caitlyn and Dermott today!
Caitlyn and Dermott are available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting, please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. To learn more about these best buddies, please visit Caitlyn and Dermott’s profile pages.
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