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Benjamin Buttons came from a Georgia shelter scared and unsure of what was coming next. It only took a few hours and some yummy food for him to realize he had hit the jackpot and no more wandering stray wondering where his next meal would come from or where he would lay his head. Benjamin Buttons is looking for a forever home who will understand it takes him a while to warm up to new people. New situations, sounds, people, etc. make him nervous and being backed in a corner will absolutely terrify him. His new family will need to give him some space and have patience as he learns they are his people whom he can love and trust.
Benjamin Buttons is a medium energy dog and as his name suggests one minute you think he is young because he is playful and the next he is happy to lay on a rug and watch the world go by. He doesn't really play with toys but does love to swim in the lake and take walks. He is housebroken and sleeps uncrated on a dog bed but is crate trained. Benjamin weighs 35lbs. and he is 7 yrs old.
Benjamin knows cats are off limits but when he is outside he still wants to chase them. Benjamin Buttons must be in a home with NO MALE DOGS. He does fine with his foster sister who is a dominant female but does not do well with males. He has not been around kids while in foster care, however he does need a quiet controlled home to make him feel safe so kids younger than teenagers is not a good idea for him. Benjamin came to ACDRA heartworm positive and had treatment in early September. He is off of all restrictions and no further treatment is needed.
Benjamin is neutered, up to date on vaccinations and preventatives.
He is being fostered in Ten Mile, TN.
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