A neighbor found Buddy roaming our neighborhood. He had no collar or chip and we have been unsuccessful finding the owner. All evidence points to Buddy having had a good home. He is friendly and appears to be in good health (has good teeth). Buddy is not aggressive with people, dogs or cats. He doesn’t bark. Although, because of my situation, Buddy has to stay in our backyard, he wants to be indoors. He loves being petted. He also loves rawhide, balls and playing fetch. He sits on command. Buddy is a great all-around dog and would make a wonderful pet. If you are ready to add a dog to your life, come meet Buddy.
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