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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

"BUDDY" awwhh....a darling loving senior Lab looking to retire

Buddy is now in a wonderful, permanent senior dog loving home!!!
 Sept 6, 2015

Buddy is a very happy boy and is settling in with his new family, including - a very old female Lab ( who the owner has had for over 15 yrs) and 2 little senior Doxies......Thank you awesome people who help shelter senior dogs like Buddy!

Available for adoption with Multnomah County Animal Services!
here's my Mcas weblink  ( 9/4 potential wonderful adopter - hope for the best!)
Buddy is a wonderful older black Lab looking for someone to help him retire in style. He was (originally) rescued on Hamilton Mountain in the Gorge severally underweight (and went into a fabulous MCAS Foster home where he got along great with the resident dogs, and regained his health) Buddy has a sweet, gentle disposition and nice manners. While his eyesight  isn't what it used to be, he gets around the house and yard with no problem, enjoys lounging, daily walks and hanging with his family including canine siblings. He’ll even do a little dance when the leash comes out! Buddy is housebroken and knows basic commands. He is eager to please, especially when rewarded with treats! At this point in his life, Buddy will need some extra health care to help him with his achy joints and skin.
here I am about2 1/2  years ago when I was adopted from the shelter, from my MCAS foster home...after being found starving on Hamilton Mountain
I've always been a nice gentle boy.
Here I am a few years older and looking for a home again :(
I'm a sweetheart still, but I'm an old man now. I love the MCAS shelter for sticking by me (and taking me back into their shelter care when my last adopters couldn't keep me). 
 I would love an inside home this time - for my adoption.  So PLEASE Don't Even Ask about me otherwise? 



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