Hello! Hello ! Hello! I am Buch AKA Fritz. I am a happy boy that was saved last spring from a local high kill shelter right here in our area. My foster mom was visiting the shelter when she saw me huddled in the corner of my kennel shaking. I would not open my eyes as I was to scared. Every time she went to touch me I would shake some more, and even pee. Right then and there she knew she could not leave me there.
The first month in my foster home I was very quiet and scared. Any time someone would come near me I would close my eyes, hunch over and urinate. After some time I began to trust my foster family, my eyes began to open when people neared me, and I began to solicit for attention.
I have come a long way from that scared dog. I now am a ball of energy that likes to go for walks, loves to play and play and play, and just absolutely loves attention. I will follow you around the house, bark at you for attention, and lay next to you at night in bed.
My foster family does not know what happened to me in my previous life, but we know that it was not a good life. I do have some separation anxiety, so I do need to have another dog friendly dog in the home, one that I can hang out with when my humans are gone. I also love taking walks which help calm my anxiety. I would do better in a home with older children as I can get excitable.
Overall once I settle in with you I am a quirky guy with a big personality. I love people, dogs, and cats … well maybe I like cats more then they like me.
I am neutered, up to date on all my shots, and ready for a forever. I am about 12 – 18 months old. We think that I am a Doxie, Chi, Pug mix of sorts!
Ever think about fostering a dog in need? Home At Last Dog Rescue needs fosters!
They need volunteers to foster dogs in their homes until permanent homes are found. HAL provides vet care, food, toys. crates, etc. for the dog you are caring for. You provide love, and compassion. If you can’t foster but can help watch a dog overnight here and there, help with transports or events, HAL needs volunteers too! Just email [email protected] for more information on how you can make a difference in a homeless pet’s life!
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