Rye and Max are a bit of an odd couple, but an adorable and lovable one! The two came from a military family that was transferred and couldn’t take them along. They have been together for years, so they need to be adopted together. Rye looks even smaller by comparison to Max. He doesn’t get too worked up over things. Another dog was barking at him on the other side of the fence, but Rye just looked at him for a minute and then continued on his way. Rye walks pretty nicely on the leash though we didn’t go to the woodland preserve for a full walk. Max is basically a horse. He’s probably taller than most people are if he stands on his hind legs. But Max is very gentle and easygoing. He mostly stayed near us when we were in the off-leash run. He particularly likes getting scratched on his hips and will do a little dance and/or lean against you. Max’s future owner can’t be too opposed to doggy drool, because Max makes a lot of it. Adopting a bonded pair like this is great because your new family members will have built-in friends and can help each other adjust to a new home. If you have the space in your heart and home for two dogs, stop in soon to meet Rye and Max! Get acquainted with this dog off leash in one of our family run areas. Most dogs will need to run off some energy before they settle down and get acquainted with you. Thanks!