July 24, 2020 – Buddy has been adopted to a home with a couple of other dogs and is thoroughly loving life. His foster mom fell hard for him and could not bear the thought of giving him up. We hope he will live a long and happy life in his new digs. Another foster failure!
Original Adoption Post
My buddy, my buddy, no buddy quite so true” That’s me, Buddy! I’m the 10th of that name rescued by AGB. I’m two years old and a light golden fluffy haired boy. I just got neutered and, luckily, I’m heart worm negative. I’m also vaccinated and microchipped. I weigh 55 pounds. AGB came and got me out of the shelter and I’m so glad. They took me to a vet for an exam and got rid of my fleas and ticks, etc. I feel so much better. At my physical exam, the vet found I have a bad ear infection also that I am unable to close my left eye, and I have unequal pupil size. So they have to monitor me for a while and I may need an MRI to get further information. Everybody is hoping it just resolves itself when my infection is cleared up. Fingers crossed. In the meantime, I’m enjoying my foster home and good food and a nice bed and loving hands. I’m very friendly and do well with other animals. Everybody tells me I’m just adorable! And I hope I am done with shelter life for good so nobody ever will have to say again: “Your Buddy misses you”