A kind person saved Buddy from the streets, but he still needs to find a forever home because his foster family cannot keep him indoors.
This sweet dog had no ID tags or microchip when found. His rescuers believe Buddy once had a home, though, as he appears to be well taken care of and knows basic commands.
Buddy gets along well with people, neutered dogs, and cats, and he knows how to raise or lower his energy level to suit his playmates and situation. Good boy!
Tug and fetch are his favorite pastimes, after which he will nap for hours, dreaming of the person who will open their home to him. Might that be you?
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