Buddy is a 5-6 year old male Cross-Breed. He is a large-sized boy has had a tough life up until arriving in U.K. He was the boy whose ear was almost ripped off in the shelter and although he received antibiotics at the time it was left so he had to have surgery when he arrived here.
Buddy was then found to have a sticker tumour. This is a very common tumour found in street dogs and is caused by a virus. It is easily treated, responds well to chemotherapy and he has now been pronounced all clear.
Buddy bonds quickly and very closely with his carer but can be mistrustful of strangers and is scared of children. He gets on really well with other dogs, and would ideally like a home with another dog who he can have a play with.
He is housetrained and absolutely loves long country walks. His ideal home would be with a single person or a couple who want a great companion dog and who don’t have too many visitors.
An extremely loyal boy who deserves his happy ever after. He is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. In foster in Chippenham.