Hi. My name is Buddy. I was an owner surrender. I am 8 years old. My foster mom says that I have a great disposition. I am always happy and love laying on the couch with my foster family. I am completely house trained and walk well on a leash. I get along with everybody I meet. I also get along with other dogs, but I would be OK as an only dog because I love being #1. Since there are no cats in the house, my foster mom doesn’t know how well I would do with them. I wouldn’t exactly say that I am crate trained. I will get in a crate if I have to. But I really don’t like it. Since I am so well behaved, my foster family rarely puts me in one. They don’t have to worry about me chewing on things when they are not around. I don’t bark much. However, if someone comes to the door, I will be sure and let you know. I LOVE to burrow and I definitely prefer to sleep in the big bed at night rather than in my doggie bed. But, I will patiently wait in my doggie bed if you are busy doing something and can’t give me your undivided attention. I will also greet you at the door with lots of kisses whether you have been gone 10 minutes or several hours. I really don't want to be left alone all day long so if you are looking for a companion that won't leave your side I might be the dog for you!
For additional information please contact my foster mom Anita (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Adoption Fee: $250.00 + $45.00 for a health certificate if going over state lines (required by law). Dogs adopted in New England are subject to additional rules and regulations by the state departments of agriculture. Complying with these regulations is expensive for our rescue, and all dogs adopted in New England states are subject to an additional $135 fee to help cover a portion of these expenses.
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