*FOR ALL QUESTIONS REGARDING BUBBA, PLEASE CONTACT Nmfranco09@gmail.com*
Say hello to Bubba!
Bubba is a 4-5 year old handsome blue cattle dog looking for his happily ever after. He's been described as "Winnie the Pooh," a "Netflix Partner" and a "Bubba." A name has never suited a dog better. He is a bub totally devoted to his person.
Bubba is a low-medium energy guy who can walk as long as you want or hang out and watch TV. He is extremely velcro and like a second shadow. He gets along very well with his foster siblings and would prefer a confident canine sibling to call his own. He doesn't care much for toys but loves a bone or two to chew on!
He walks well on leash with a harness, loves his crate, puts himself to bed, and has never had an accident. He makes no fuss or messes while his foster mom is at work. He prefers the quiet life with no kids and few visitors. He can be scared of loud noises like diseil engines and sirens.
Bubba wants you to know that he has something called PRA (progressive retinal atrophy) which means he is slowly and, most importantly painlessly, going blind. Right now Bubba navigates his foster home very well and it's almost unnoticeable. He still keeps up with on steps, hikes, and totally knows when you are going to the kitchen for a midnight snack. However, because of this Bubba is understandably a little weary of strangers in his home and space and his forever home needs to be willing to work with this. Bubba must be placed in a home without cats.
Bubba is 40lbs, neutered, up to date on vaccinations and preventatives, and microchipped.
Bubba is being fostered in Budd Lake, NJ. For questions, please contact Nmfranco09@gmail.com.
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