"And Ray Ray likes to use his bowl as his cane," said Angela Honeycutt.
Bianca, another dog available for adoption has a neurological condition.
"She'll lose her balance and she rolls over a few times and then she'll scratch her back and then she gets up and looks at you like, I did that on purpose," Honeycutt said.
The Animal Welfare League of Pittsylvania County rescued both dogs.
The league is a large group of volunteers that cares for neglected animals in their own home and works with more than 50 animal shelters in the region.
"Our mission is to rescue every animal from the pound that we can before they're euthanized," said Will Schiedel, a volunteer with the group.
"In what ways do they say thank you, the dogs?" asked WDBJ7's Justin Ward.
"You can see the love in their eyes. I mean, it just, they sparkle, and it touches your heart," Honeycutt said.
Since 2008 volunteers say they've lowed the euthanasia rate in Pittsylvania County by more than 40 percent.
Much like these dogs, the group doesn't have a home.
Foster families use the Cherrystone Veterinary Hospital to get the pets vaccinated and as a temporary shelter.
After nearly five years of being homeless, the non-profit group is finding a home.
"We want to create a sanctuary. The place we're looking at has land we want to build an area for dogs to run and play," Honeycutt said.
The group wants no animals euthanized at the county pound. It may seem like a big challenge, but they're certain when the county sees the pets faces, it can happen.
For more information about the Animal Welfare League of Pittsylvania County and how to donate click here.