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Tanner & Blair's Fame Helping Other Dogs Get Adopted

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Our special story last week about the unlikely friendship of two dogs has sparked interest worldwide.

Tanner is blind and suffers seizures.. and Blair is skeptical of people after being shot.

Their story was featured Wednesday evening on ABC's World News and picked up by other news organizations like CNN and even People Magazine.

The Sooner Golden Retriever Rescue group wants to get them into a new home...together.

And since our original story, people across the country have applied to adopt them from California to New York.

But we're told Tanner and Blair may also be helping other dogs without even knowing it.

"If Blair & Tanner are not the ones for them, then we have many other dogs of all ages, from 1 to 11 years old."

We're told all applicants for Tanner & Blair will be contacted, but no permanent home has been chosen yet.

You can see Burt Mummolo's original report here: http://www.ktul.com/story/17797188/tanner-blair

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