Buster is still an active chap at 10 years young and loving his walks, playing games and learning lots. Although he can be a little unsure around new people at first, given time, he comes out of his shell and is lovely boy who enjoys human company. A great way to build a bond with Buster is doing training with him, as he is a bright spark who enjoys learning in exchange for yummy treats! He already knows a lovely 'sit' and is learning to focus on his human around distractions. Buster has made great bonds with his Canine Carers and has the potential to be a great companion in the home.
Type of home needed
Lovely Buster is hoping to find patient, understanding adopters who will help him to settle in and adjust to home life. He will need his adopters to be with him for most of the time initially, but once he is settled and happy, he can gradually be left for short periods. Buster is looking for an quiet home where he is the only pet, so he can be the centre of attention! Thanks to all the training Buster has recieved he can now walk with dogs! His perfect home would be in a quiet area with access to interesting walks, so he can enjoy the outdoors and spend quality time with his adopter. Buster can't wait to have a garden of his own, where he can play and explore to his heart's content. Buster is a lovely boy who could live with one child of 14 years or older.
More about me
To apply to rehome me, please click on the "Rehoming me starts here" button below. I may need to meet my new family a few times to build a bond before going home, my carers at the Centre will discuss this with you if your application is successful. Applications will close once I have found a suitable match. **Please note, we are only able to accept applications for Buster within a 1 hour travelling time of the Centre, NR16 2LD**
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