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Buddy ~ ADOPTION PENDING

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Buddy is a handsome 7 year old male border collie with a short, rough coat and full prick ears. He is very smart and knows lots of tricks! He can give you a "high five" and dance on his back legs. His overall disposition is happy.

Buddy is a natural athlete and likes to play catch with balls and toys and play tug. He is good at doing puzzles and is very food motivated so he has been easy to train.

For a 7 year old dog, he is still very active. He loves to go for walks and play catch. He loves to be brushed out and has been great with having his toenails trimmed, baths and at the vet's office.

If his human has a ball or toy in their hand, Buddy will follow them anywhere so once he is settled in his new home, a fence should not be necessary.

Buddy loves to ride in the car, but he does drool occasionally. His foster home has been working with him so he is more relaxed on car rides.

Buddy is not good with cats and will not be placed in a home with a cat.

Buddy loves kids, but because of his strength would be a better candidate to be placed in a home with older children. He is walked with a harness because he is strong and has a tendency to pull if he is just on a leash.

Buddy loves other dogs, but he prefers dogs that have manners. He is housetrained and crate trained.

Buddy is being fostered in central New Hampshire.

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