already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Buster (NJ)'s Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Buster (NJ)'s Story...
Buster (NJ)'s Story...
Hi! My name is Buster and I am a savvy senior chap. I am a very good boy who is happy and gets along with all my foster brothers and sisters. I do get sad if you leave me alone for long periods, so a home where I am not alone a lot would be best. I really love to spend time hanging out in my foster mom's bed. I am a good sleeper and rarely disturb my foster mom during the night. Wearing clothes is new to me, because I never had them in my previous living situation. I really love my fleece pajamas because they make me feel all warm and cozy! I grow attached very quickly and have learned the ways of being a good dog. I follow my foster brothers and sisters to do my business outdoors. I would like to have at least one other dog buddy in my next home. I would really love to find my forever home and I promise to give you all the love in my heart. (Buster is being fostered in NJ)
We are a group of volunteers who are dedicated to the rescue, care and re-homing of Chinese Crested dogs in need. We offer loving temporary homes, compassionate aid and veterinary care while working on finding the ideal permanent situation for each dog. We also work to educate the public so that there may be fewer Chinese Cresteds needing to come into rescue.
Our Adoption Process...
$300 adoption fee, which helps defray the cost of veterinary care-vaccinations, spaying or neutering, surgeries, heartworm treatment, etc. Adoption application must be submitted and a volunteer will screen references. Home visit required prior to adoption being approved, and adoption contract must be signed.
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