Mixed Breed NEUTERED male, 10 years young and 72 pounds.
Fido Fido Field Trip 9/28
Buddy came to my house 9/29 and he was a good boy riding in the car did need a little help getting in as it’s a big jump! Upon arrival at our ranch Buddy couldn’t believe all the smells and was totally involved in just being out and about. He acted appropriately when meeting my 4 dogs all large breeds. Even my older large male liked Buddy, later in the afternoon they napped close to one another. Buddy did also use the dog door, he seemed to know what that was about. He did try to mark in the house a couple of times but I do have several dogs that live inside.
Buddy met a couple of my cats and was “very” interested. Interesting because at the shelter he could have cared less about the kittens in cages. He was not good with the dog savy cats here so I would say Buddy needs a cat free home. He did see chickens and some horses as well and had no reaction (they are behind fences though).
I left him in the house for a short time and found him curled up on the couch snoozing. He had a marrow bone before we left and let me put his leash on and get him away from it which I thought very nice behavior. Buddy is a sweet, calm and mellow boy who would love to be part of a family again.
FIDO FIELD TRIP 9/26 I got to go on one of those wonderful FFTs today. I LOVED it. As an older guy I was an easy companion. My human, Jason, helped me get into his car. Then we went on a walk. I was tired so next we went to his house for a nap. We went to the the park. I got tired quickly, so back to his house we went for another nap. Jason said my snoring was very sweet and not loud at all.
This is a charming, older fellow found himself at the shelter when his guardian passed away. Buddy loves to play with toys, he is easy to walk on a leash, and would love a warm bed to curl up in when you are not out taking him for a leisurely walk. There's something wonderful about the older dogs--their calm demeanor and quiet ways. Got a soft spot in your heart for the senior dogs? Come to the shelter and meet Buddy.