Buddy is a handsome guy that looks like a phantom poodle but he is more charcoal in coloring instead of black. Buddy is an incredible friend and named perfectly because he would love to be someone's buddy. He is always happy, always ready to sit in someone's lap or go for walks. He LOVES going for a ride in the car. Buddy is about 18-24 months old and weighs 12 pounds.
Buddy is hypoglycemic, he has low blood sugar. He has had bloodwork done and all is okay with his liver and other organs. As long as he has several small meals to eat a day, he is fine and has no problems. His foster mom feeds him twice a day and gives him 'Buddy biscuits' for treats and he does well. He loves to run, play, bark at squirrels, and enjoys life to the fullest, he just needs to keep his blood sugar level with meals and treats.
WE ARE IN ABILENE, TEXAS. WE DO NOT SHIP OR TRANSPORT OUR PETS, WE REQUIRE ADOPTERS MEET THE DOG TO MAKE SURE IT IS A GOOD FIT.
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