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Dozer was a 'stray' that had wandered an apartment complex in a local community for about a month. Surrendered to a local police station, we were contacted and that's how Dozer became a Buster dog.
Dozer is in foster care with two sisters and two felines. He is an EXCEPTIONAL boy!!! We can't stress that enough. He is well behaved, crate trained and is a perfect gentleman at our adoption events. He adores everyone he meets and has such a gentle personality. He like most can certainly kick it up as he is terrifically fast and loves to run and play. Dozer has either suffered a fracture to his left front carpus (wrist) area or has a congenital defect. Either way at this point it causes him no problem. Arthritis may be a consideration as he ages. It hasn't affected his walking or running. It just looks a little misaligned. Dozer doens't seem to even know anything is not quite right with his leg. Dozer appears very friendly to people which leads us to believe he has been well socialized. He's very trusting of people.
If you are interested in adopting Dozer, please first read our adoption policy and complete an application.
These are found on this website, under the tab “Animals”, then “Adoption Info”.
Too often we have had people set up appointments for a meet and greet only to be no-shows. All our dogs are in foster homes, and we at Buster appreciate that our foster families' and volunteers' time is precious, therefore we will not set up meet and greets without first receiving a completed application.
We trust you understand and respect our decision to enforce this policy.