Buster is a sweet, now 18 month old boy who came up from St Croix to try his luck at finding a home here in the states. He is a high energy dog (like most pups his age) so please - no couch potatoes need apply. If you are looking for a calmer, more laid back dog, Buster is not the guy for you. He plays hard with the other foster dogs and actually puts our 75 pound Rottie mix in his place. He likes to wrestle and chase balls in the yard so it's important to get him enough exercise...after all, a tired dog is a good dog. While he is not completely deaf, he is hard of hearing so you need to speak to him in a loud voice. He responds to treats and goes right in his crate to chase a biscuit. His original foster mom had him housebroken but he has had a couple accidents when he came back (only a few - not bad at all). But I've had tons of dogs pass thru here so the temptation is really great for some dogs. Buster does like his pets and cuddles. But it's not long until he's off like a bullet again when he sees the other dogs rough-housing. He is somewhat protective of his food and bones around the other dogs but he is fine letting the humans handle him and take away his food. However, we don't recommend him going to a house with very young kids. We want to avoid clash of the (dropped) cookies.
Buster is vetted, up to date with shots, neutered , dewormed and microchipped. If you are looking to add a fun guy to your family, look no further. We are GUESSING that he will be a medium sized dog when grown (maybe around 50 lbs). But we can't guarantee that since we don't know his parents. He is currently around the 35 pound mark.
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