Meet abandoned blind dog and his trusty canine guide who ‘acts as his eyes’

Glenn, a blind Jack Russell Terrier, and his trusty guide Buzz, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, are pictured together here. (Photo courtesy Stray Aid via ABC News)

Meet Glenn and Buzz.

Glenn is a blind, medium-sized Jack Russell Terrier, and Buzz is a large Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who acts as Glenn’s trusty guide.


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The pair were recently discovered abandoned and rescued after they were found wandering inside a sea tunnel together Hartlepool, United Kingdom. The duo are currently being cared for by rescue organization Stray Aid in Coxhoe.

Glenn and Buzz are now looking for a home, but only if they’re taken in together, Stray Aid volunteer Hannah Critchlow told ABC News.

PHOTO: Glenn, a blind Jack Russell Terrier, and his trusty guide Buzz, left, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, are pictured together here.
Glenn, a blind Jack Russell Terrier, and his trusty guide Buzz, left, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, are pictured together here. (Photo courtesy Stray Aid via ABC News)

“They are inseparable,” said Critchlow, 21. “They instantly had a bond when they came in, so we kept them together. Whenever they’re separated they start crying and barking for each other.”

Buzz leads Glenn during walks, looks after him and constantly keeps him company, Critchlow added.

“They have to stay together,” she said.

The pair are both believed to be about 10-years-old. Critchlow said they were likely abandoned because of their age and Glenn’s condition. But the good news is that the rescue organization has received over 20 calls already from interested adopters, she said.

“Some dogs are here months and months and not one person looks at them or has interest, so there’s an unusual amount of interest in them,” Critchlow said. “Everyone is in love with them, and they’re both just so friendly, lovable and very chill.”

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