Update: This girl is even more beautiful than her picture, Nova really is as sweet as they come! She plays with several of her foster dogs, including jumping the smaller fence to play with a few of her favorites (so she would do best with a privacy fence). She is working on her obedience and leash handling skills as well as her manners. She has a lot of potential and with the right owner we know she will soar! She does well with several other dogs and enjoys the water (and is a natural swimmer, or belly flopper!) as well as running around and playing. She really needs a foster home that can provide her more attention and continue to work with her. She is a short but stocky little thing and has the most beautiful color! She has been treated for heart worm and is now negative. She will be required to be on year round heart worm preventative no matter what, but other than that is good to go. Nova is recommended for a home with children over the age of 12 and like all Buster dogs requires a fully fenced yard, a 6' fence is strongly suggested as she can climb a standard fence.Nova is a very sweet girl that came to buster out of the drug raid and was living with two other dogs that she seemed quite attached to
Nova is Buster's newest girl. She is a little shy around people, but does warm up. Unfortunately Nova is heart worm positive. She really needs a place to relax while she receives treatment for this. Until she is treated for heart worm she will not be able to begin training because of the strain it will put on her.
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