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I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Buster was at Memphis Animal Services when we met him. He was scheduled for euthanasia and stole our hearts with his happy demeanor just at the right time. When we sprung him from the shelter we realized there was much more to Buster than just good looks. He already knew sit, shake, and high five. This made us very proud to have buster but also broke our hearts just a little knowing he obviously once had a family good enough to spend time with him and teach him these things. Buster likely has a drug induced autoimmune disorder. This is what caused his fur on his nose to thin and patchy. Our best guess is that his skin got bad and he was dumped. But this autoimmune disorder is more common than you would think. All it takes is keeping him away from medications that his body doesn't like. Regardless, he is a smart, friendly, stunning dog, with one blue eye and fluffy soft fur. He lives with two other dogs - one his foster reports is bossy, and the other is laid back and older. Buster just goes with the flow with them. He aims to please and when he isn't playing with other dogs, he enjoys playing with toys(tennis balls are his favorite) and snuggling with his foster parents. Buster is house trained and kennel trained. He is about a year old and He has also learned to lay down. He is an amazing dog and truly deserves the best family.
Buster's adoption fee is $500 and will include his neuter surgery fecal exams/deworming, microchip implantation, proheart 6 injection(6 month heartworm prevention shot), yearly vaccinations, health certificate and transportation from Memphis to your area. Contact us for more information on Buster and to receive an adoption application on this sweet boy.