located in Edmonton
Photos courtesy of Samantha Young Photography
Hi! I’m Buddy. My foster mom says I am the sweetest boy she ever met!! She also says I am super smart!
I have a much bigger foster brother and I love it when we rough house which we do for hours and hours until bed time, but I’ve learned when he wants to be alone and will leave him to nap in peace. My foster mom kennels me while she is working during the week and I don’t like it at first but I settle down after a while. I do like to nap throughout the day now so I’m all rested up and ready for the next playtime! I didn’t like being in the kennel at bed time because it was dark and I knew my foster brother and mom were sleeping in her bed! No fair! I can be a good boy too! My foster brother was also sad that I was kenneled at night time so my foster mom gave in on the first night and took me into bed with them and I slept all night long and no accidents at night time, ever!!!! I am still working on being house broken but I am good at not peeing or pooing in the kennel while my foster mom works and I pee once she takes me outside when she gets home!! I’ve been working hard and I can now climb any and all stairs, I’m a pro!! I am teething so I need lots of chewy toys to keep me busy and away from other things in the house. I come when my foster mom calls me, I like to explore outside and try to go under the deck where I am not allowed to go. When my foster mom says, “Buddy, come!” I usually always listen and run to her. My foster brother loves me a lot because I am his first sibling, ever! He said he will be so sad when I go but he hopes I can find a forever home where I am as happy there as he is with our foster mom. I would love to have another dog in my forever home that I can run and play with and learn how to be the best dog I can be from. I hope you can be that forever, happy home and family for me!!!
Good with Cats?
Yes, Good with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Yes, Good with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Only tested with Kids Under 8 Years
Does this Animal have Special Needs?