Hi! My name is Duke and I’m super sweet and quite a character. My foster family is going to miss me so much because I am always going on adventures with them and their dog. My former father left me at a doggie daycare, where I met my foster family’s dog, Nala. My foster family was nice enough take me home until I get adopted to spend time with my best friend! We are always playing tug of war and goofing around together. I LOVE other dogs and would like to go to a house with another dog friend to play with me.
I’m very playful but once I start snoring it’s hard to wake me up. I sleep in my own bed and like to be covered with a “blankie" in cold weather. (A sweater would be nice in winter too, but so far I haven’t found one that fits over my big head.) I don’t chew or have accidents in the house, and though I don’t understand the concept of “fetch” I’m obsessed with my glow-in-the-dark ball and carry it everywhere. I like to bark when someone comes to the door, but am quiet most of the time. I am also good with children and will cover them with kisses. Every night, I love walking around the block and am getting much better with my leash.
At almost 2 years old I was only recently neutered. I had a cherry eye and had surgery to fix it with the help of my friends at Buffalo C.A.R.E.S and their fundraising efforts! I love to cuddle and am looking forward to meeting my forever family.
Duke's adoption fee is $225 + $50 training deposit that is refunded upon proof of completion of an obedience course.
All dogs come fully up to date on shots, microchipped, heart worm tested, de-wormed, on flea and heart worm preventative, and spayed/neutered. If interested in learning more or adopting please fill out an application on our website at www.buffalocares.org.
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