Adoptable Pet of the Week: Buddy
–This week’s Adoptable Pet of the Week is Buddy from Meade Canine Rescue and Sanctuary.
Buddy needs a home- he is not too popular with the dogs at the sanctuary and would love an adult home to call his own. He does not want to be touched or picked up or fussed over. Buddy does well in a home where he can be left alone. He is housetrained and stays to himself. Buddy is great with cats and if he can be an only dog, even better. From the Modesto dog pound, Buddy is lucky to be alive. He is a mixed breed, approximately 15 pounds. Unknown age and no known medical issues except a heart murmur. A senior to be sure. Easy going, not a barker. He needs to be an indoor dog, does not want to be picked up or touched much and would be great for a person who just wants a dog to talk to.
To adopt Buddy contact Charlotte Meade at (805) 239-4004 or email@example.com.
Meade Canine Rescue and Sanctuary is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit located in Creston, CA. The rescue specializes in saving the least adoptable dogs from high kill dog pounds and advocating for better education, providing medical care and spaying/neutering as many dogs as possible.