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Diamonds in the Ruff

Finding loving homes for our overlooked dogs and cats 

 

Meet Cooper

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Get to know the Diamond

Cooper is an equally handsome and goofy guy looking for his furever home. He loves squeaky toys, car rides, running in a fenced-in yard, and, most of all, snuggles and kisses with his humans! He would do best in an adult-only home with few visitors as he thinks it's his job to protect his house from strangers. Luckily, a stranger can become a friend fast with a quick introduction by a trusted human!

 

He has even been known to enjoy a doggy playdate here-and-there, but mostly preferred to mingle. He isn't keen on sharing his space with another dog though, and would still prefer to be an only pet. While a little doggy-socialization might be appreciated, it wouldn't be missed much if he only had his human pals.

 

He is housebroken, crate trained, and walks well on a leash so long as there aren't too many distractions. He'd prefer most of his exercise to be in his own yard in a quiet neighborhood. While he may be nearing his senior years, he's still got plenty of pep!

Basics

  • Age: 6.5 years old

  • D.O.B.: Approximately January 2017

  • Sex: Male (neutered)

  • Breed: Unknown hound mix

  • Weight: 75lbs

Needs

  • Experience with dogs required.

  • Needs an adult-only home.

  • No apartment-style or multi-family homes.

  • No dense neighborhoods.

  • Needs a private yard.

  • Needs to be an only pet.

  • No more than 8 hours alone a day; longer would require a potty and exercise break in the middle.

The ideal home described above is based on the knowledge of Buddy Dog’s staff. This list reflects what Buddy Dog staff believe will be necessary for the animals to succeed and be happy in an adoptive home.

Adopt

We ask all prospective adopters to fill out an online application, which can be found here. If the animal becomes available and your application has been approved to move onto the next step, a staff member will schedule a remote interview prior to scheduling a meet-and-greet with the eligible animals.

Please by patient as we receive many applications daily. If you have any questions, feel free to email info@buddydoghs.org or leave a voicemail at 978-443-6990.

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