BUDDY BOO is an approximately 1 year old neutered male German Shepherd mix. When he was brought in the Animal Shelter he had an injury to his back leg. His leg has been treated, but he will have limited mobility for the remainder of his life.
BUDDY BOO is such a sweetie. He's been through a lot in his short lifetime. He has some physical limitations due to either being hit by a car or abuse, but is is affectionate and loving. He is well behaved, crate and potty trained. Gets along well with the other dogs and is pretty good with the cats. He likes his toys and hasn't chewed up any shoes or anything. He's mostly quiet but barks with the other dogs if strangers go by.
We are continuing rehabilitation on his injured leg to make him stronger. He's not a dog for agility or competition, but is the sweetest companion ever. He is active with the other dogs and does run and play with them to the best of his ability. He would do best with a similarly sized dog who won't be too overpowering for him.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in adopting, please complete an adoption application at www.hhfrescue.org. Thank you for considering a rescued dog!
The adoption fee includes vaccinations, bordetella, deworming, rabies, spay/neuter and microchip. There is an additional $10.99 fee for Home Again for a lifetime registration of the microchip. If adopting a puppy, the rabies and spay/neuter will be done at the same time by our vet once they are 4 months old and billed to us. It is against the law in the State of Texas for a rescue not to be sterilized so we have to make sure it gets completed and that we have record of it.
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