Dewey and Sweetie are a sweet cocker spaniel duo. Anyone who has experienced an unusually close bond to another person or animal will appreciate these siblings’ bond and devotion to each other. These two need to be adopted together. From the time they were born in a litter of six, they always maneuvered to position themselves next to each other even when nursing. Dewey and Sweetie were born in June 2006. Dewey is a neutered black male and Sweetie is a spayed blonde female. Their tails are not docked. Dewey and Sweetie are very small cockers weighing less than twenty-five pounds each. They have beautiful, glossy coats and Sweetie has exceptional, forever long eyelashes. Dewey and Sweetie will require a fenced yard, as they are accustomed to lots of exercise. When they run they look like storybook dogs in old children’s readers when they sail through the air above the grass. Dewey and Sweetie are exuberant, happy dogs who fully appreciate the joys of each day and are always ready for a new adventure. They need a home together so that they can continue their special relationship. They are friendly and loving after being allowed time to feel comfortable. They like to sit in laps. They entertain each other and everyone around them. Their happiness and joy for life are contagious. Dewey and Sweetie are crate trained and know how to use a doggie door. Dewey and Sweetie require a fenced yard.