Camryn and Emma are a brother and sister duo who stuck together after their owners abandoned them in a national park. Suzette Hall the founder of Logan’s Legacy rescue first heard about them from a Good Samaritan who had been feeding them multiple times a day for almost two weeks.
She had tried to get them, but unfortunately, they were too skittish. The pair would help themselves to the food, but they would never stay too apart from each other. They were not ready to leave the spot where they had last seen their family. So the woman called Hall for help. “We were having the worst heat wave and rainstorms when she called,” Hall said. She didn’t think that they would still be there. But they were laying there next to each other.
It was clear that the two pups were bonded by the way they attached in that spot. Even though it was a huge national park, they didn’t move. Even when Hall set her trap they barreled together towards it. And it never works like that.
The trap will not shut if two of them are in it. So she decided to try something different. She grabbed her Snappy Snare- which is used to humanely catch a dog by his neck and started to talk to one of the dogs to gain his trust. Her goal was to capture one of the pups using the Snappy Snare, and then rescue the other one in her trap.
It took hours but she was not ready to give up.
Here you can see Hall talking to the pups.
After a few hours finally, she was able to get the male pup, whom she named later Camryn using the snare. She put him in the van and closed the door before getting ready for phase two of the mission. She reset the trap. But Emma wanted nothing to do with it. All she wanted was her brother so bad.
She didn’t care about the food in the trap and ran in circles around the van. Hall decided to use the sibling’s bond to her advantage.
She got in the van and held her brother. She rubbed his head and showed Emma that everything is okay! Emma was hesitant but jumped into the van to be by her brother’s side. They were so excited to be back together.
They were taken to the vet for checkups. The pups were spayed and neutered, vaccinated and then reunited again. They just kept touching their noses as if to say that “everything is okay! And we are together!” Shortly they were placed in a foster home together. And they were thriving in their foster home but their story is far from over. “I want to find them a forever home together,” Hall said. “I’m not going to separate these two”