Two dogs who needed to be put on a special dog food diet because they were so underweight are no now ready to be rehomed.
Scrappy and Dora, both Staffordshire Bull Terriers, were both very skinny when they were brought to the SSPCA’s Angus, Fife and Tayside Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.
Both dogs have now put on lots of weight and are ready to find new owners who will give them the happy life they deserve.
Lesley Clark, assistant manager of the centre, said: "They truly are inseparable and after everything they've been through together there's no way we would split them up.
"An ideal home for Scrappy and Dora would be with someone who has owned dogs previously and has the time and energy to give two active, fun loving dogs the life they deserve."
She added that the both dogs have lots of character, love playtime and cuddles and always end up curling in bed together at the end of the day.