5/1/19 – Buster has found his new home – wonderful news!
Buster must be very confused to find himself back at Freshfields Animal Rescue at the age of 15, as his owner has sadly moved into a hospice. He was originally with Freshfields back in 2005 after being found running on a motorway. His name back then was Freeway!
Buster is such a lovely boy and is understandably sad at the moment as his whole world has been turned upside down. He is living in the staff room at Freshfields so that he has company throughout the day. He can be a little nervous of men to begin with but it doesn’t take him long to make friends.
Buster is still an active boy and he enjoys walks, in fact, when he sees his lead, he leaps around with excitement. After his walk, Buster likes to spend the day snoozing. He is said to be good with dogs, but he hasn’t been mixed with dogs at Freshfields just yet. It isn’t known how he is with cats.
Buster has some warts that will need to be removed in the future. If he is rehomed locally, the removal could be done at the rescue. He also has a slightly weepy eye at the moment for which he is on a course of eye drops. He has had blood tests which have come back clear and indicate that he is in good health for his age.
Buster needs to be settled in a loving and secure retirement home as soon as possible. A rescue centre is no place for an old dog. Buster would like a quiet home where he has company throughout the day. He would be best suited to an adult-only home and he will make a fantastic companion.
Could you make Buster happy again?
Contact Freshfields Animal Rescue as follows:
Phone: 0151 931 1604
Please mention that you saw Buster on the Oldies Club website.