Monday, December 21, 2015

Adoption Monday: Buddy, Rottweiler, Toronto, ON

Buddy is a 4-year old Rottweiler puppy.

Having spent the first 3.5 years of his life in a crate with exposure to one person only, he is now experiencing the freedom and love that should have been his puppyhood. Living with his foster family for the past 4 months he has learned so much about life but still has a long way to go.

Buddy will require an experienced owner who will have the patience to work carefully and slowly through every transitional step with him.

Because of his size and exuberance, Buddy will do best a home with children over 10 years old.

Buddy enjoys being around other dogs and cats.

He walks well on leash but will pull with excitement if he sees another dog; plays energetically at the dog park and will retrieve toys and a ball.

Buddy is very good in the car and is well behaved at the vets. He enjoys being part of the family at home.

Buddy does not like to be crated (no surprise) but he does best when he has free roam of the house. He has a sensitive stomach and must be supervised carefully at meal times.

As Buddy is is not confident around men, he'll need a family where the woman will have the primary role in his care. Gaining Buddy's trust will not happen over night so a patient, consistent and kind approach is essential.


ANML-RESQ is a dedicated group of volunteers looking out for the 4-legged creatures we share this world with. Their goal is to save a dog or cat from being euthanized in a shelter, through no fault of their own - just in the wrong place at the wrong time. If they don't have a foster home available they will work with other reputable organizations to find a place.

ANML-RESQ relies solely on donations and fundraisers to spay/neuter, vaccinate and microchip their pets prior to adoption.  They don't even use funds for gas to transport the pets in their program to their new homes!

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