Are you looking for a laidback best friend? One who will join you on the couch for a marathon of your favorite show? Then Buckley is your boy!
This senior Toy Fox Terrier just wants to hang out and chill. Buckley would do best in a home without young children, as he doesn’t appreciate when they invade his personal space. He likes other dogs, especially well-mannered pups, and Buckley happily ignores cats.
He is house and crate trained, and his foster mom reports that Buckley is a fast learner thanks to being highly food and treat motivated!
Buckley does have one health issue that will need to be monitored: a collapsing trachea. At this point, it just presents as a cough when he gets excited.
Does Buckley sound like a match? Set up a meet and greet today. After all, the fall TV season is already underway!
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