It's another Wet Nose Wednesday from our friends from Pet Overpopulation Prevention and we've got a twosome you'll want to check out!

Say hello to Scooby and Dracarus. They'd like to be adopted together and stay together since they are brothers from another mother. Here are details on both pooches:

Meet Scooby:

Hi there! I know I don't look like my namesake, but I'm still adorable! Yes, I'm Scooby, named after one of the world's most famous dogs. I'm five years old, housetrained and good with kids. I take a little bit to warm up to strangers, but just give me a little bit.
So my dream is to get to stay with my brother-from-another-mother, Dracarus.
We get along great and are very used to sharing our lives together.
If you're adopting Dracarus and me, follow the directions below! We can't wait to meet you!
credit: POPP
Meet Dracarus:
Hey, I'm Dracarus! I'm two years young and I'm surprisingly calm given my age and breed mix!
I'm crate and housetrained and I'm great with kids. My dream is to stay with my buddy, little Scooby. Check him out and if you would be interested in adopting us as a pair, do the following steps..... we both can't wait to move you!!
credit: POPP
Interested in adopting this or another POPP dog? Please complete our adoption questionnaire found at https://www.popptricities.org/adopt/adoption-questionnaire-canine/

These two would be awesome together and it would be amazing to see this two stay together. They'd love it if you'd check them out and give them a chance.

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