Buster is now reserved subject to homecheck!
Handsome Buster is almost 12 years old and he is a Standard Poodle x Cocker Spaniel whose owners are moving to Australia and so Buster is temporarily staying with a lady who is rehoming him privately. Buster is in West Sussex, near Chichester, and his new home will need to be fairly close to there so that his temporary carer can do a homecheck.
Buster is a really lovely dog who was brought up with children and has always been a family pet. Buster has lived with another dog and would happily do so again. He isn’t used to living with cats though and will chase them.
Buster loves to play — with people or other dogs, or on his own — and he acts much younger than his 12 years. He’s a happy boy whose tail is constantly wagging and he enjoys cuddles, especially on the sofa with you. He will get off the sofa when he’s told to though. He doesn’t bark.
Buster is used to being left on his own with another dog during the day while his owners were out. He is good in the car and will enjoy going for outings with you.
Buster is good on the lead and he really enjoys walks and being out and about. He will chase deer though and his recall isn’t good if he is on the trail of deer. He needs about 40 – 60 minutes walking per day, plus access to a garden so that he can play.
Buster is neutered. He had cruciate surgery about 18 months ago, but made a full recovery and has no other health issues that his current carer is aware of other than a fatty lump that is not causing any problems. He is having Yumove joint supplement but is not on any medication.
Buster is being rehomed privately by his temporary carer, Jane, who has confirmed that she would take Buster back if his new home didn’t work out for any reason. Prospective adopters will be homechecked and should be close to West Sussex.
Buster is a wonderful chap and is sure to become a much-loved member of his new family. Maybe that could be your family?
Contact Jane as follows:
Please mention that you saw Buster listed as a private rehoming on the Oldies Club website.
Oldies Club suggests you read our article Questions for Adopters which is written to help people who are planning to adopt a dog from a private owner rather than a rescue.