This little guy just wants to be someone's best friend. At 9 years of age, Buddy, would be the perfect companion to someone who doesn't want a crazy puppy yet wants a walking companion who can later be a couch snuggler.
Buddy found himself at a county shelter when a family could no longer care for him. Now he's looking for a new family that he can love. Buddy is housetrained to a doggy door, crate trained, good with other dogs and cats, and doesn't bark very often (only when he really needs to tell you that something exciting is happening.) He is neutered, fully vaccinated and tested negative for heartworm, lyme and other tick diseases.
Buddy is available through our new program called "Wanna Doggy Foster for Life". Through this program, Brittany Rescue AZ will pay for all of Buddy's medical care (Buddy currently takes thyroid medication) and grooming to an approved foster. An approved foster only needs to provide the food, exercise and love. Brittany Rescue AZ will retain all legal ownership of Buddy. Thus there is no adoption fee. This is the perfect program for someone who wishes to have a canine companion but doesn't have the financial ability. We prefer that the foster live in the north Phoenix/Scottsdale area where we can easily be available to the foster and the dog for grooming and/or vet appointments.
Contact Robin at email@example.com or 602-501-1844 to learn more about Buddy and the "Wanna Doggy Foster for Life" program.
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