Buddy – 1 year old male Cross-Breed

Buddy is a 1-year-old, 10kg, mixed-breed dog, displaying hints of beagle and labrador in his appearance, although his fluffy tail presents a unique charm.

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Currently residing in Galicia, Spain, Buddy is eagerly awaiting his move to a farmhouse in the U.K. where he will familiarize himself with the house, other dogs, and cats.

Demonstrating a friendly disposition towards humans, Buddy thrives in a familial environment, desiring a home where he can truly be part of the family.

With a leash-trained ability, it’s apparent that Buddy may have had previous experience as a pet. Despite his compact size, he exudes strength.

Expect him to be mostly toilet-trained; however, a settling-in period may entail a few accidents, requiring patience from his new family.

Notably, Buddy has been documented coexisting peacefully with a cat, showcasing his adaptability. His amiable nature extends to all other dogs he currently shares space with.

Ideal for a home with a safe and secure garden, Buddy flourishes in an environment where he won’t be alone all day. Prospective adopters should be prepared for the responsibility of helping him adjust to his new surroundings.

Health-wise, Buddy comes fully vaccinated, microchipped, and treated for fleas, ticks, and worms. The adoption fee covers these essentials, and adopters are responsible for transport costs, which include passport, European Health Certificate, Customs costs, and import taxes.

To ensure a seamless adoption process, interested individuals are required to undergo an application and home checks. Buddy’s new family can anticipate ongoing support and rescue backup, with access to behavioural support if needed.

Rutherglen Rescue Glasgow
Rutherglen Rescue Glasgow

For further details about adopting a dog from Rutherglen Rescue in Glasgow, please contact Carolyn Blackshaw by emailing rutherglenrescue@outlook.com or telephone 07969 367622.

Please note, this rescue offers full post adoption support and all dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered. Home checks apply.

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