I'm sooo hungry! Won't you please take care of me?

Buster gets a new home and human.

Buster showed up at my door one morning in the rain looking sad and hungry. I took him in and he wouldn't let me out of his sight for a week. It has been 2 months now and he has gained about 15 pounds and has had all his shots and has been neutered. He is also enrolled in obedience training and is comming along very nicely. Buster says, "I really would like some more toys and treats. I will be good, I promise!"

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dustybird96 says ... on Wednesday, Aug 5 at 4:37 AM

I think the Vet was afraid to make the call on this one. Have had several suggestions from Pit Bull to Chocolate Lab to Border Collie to Retreiver. It really doesn't matter to me what his bloodline is, he is very greatful for me and seems happy now

PIT BULL OWNER says ... on Monday, Aug 3 at 1:31 PM

It appears Buster might be a Red-Nose American Staffordshire Terrier (a Pit Bull.). Did the vet say anything? Beautiful looking dog and I bet he's a lover like ours is... Thanks for taking him in, it sounds like he has a good home now!!!

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