Buster JRT DofB 2013 New Malden Temp foster

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xxlynne
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Buster JRT DofB 2013 New Malden Temp foster

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Current Status: Available
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Buster's Story: Buster's elderly owner feels he needs walks met and due to her disability she has fallen over him several times. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving his life. Buster is neutered, chipped, and fully vaccinated. Buster came in to our Rescue Centre nr Gatwick whilst awaiting his new family.

If you are interested in rehoming one of our dogs, the first step is to complete and submit our ONLINE HOMING QUESTIONNAIRE. We do not discuss dogs without a homing questionnaire submission. You must be ready and we will only contact you if we have a suitable dog. For more detailed information, please see our Homing Process.

Please support our work and help our long stay dogs: Our minimum Adoption Donation is £250 (£400 for pup under 1 yr old). This supports our continuing rescue work and is non-refundable. We exist solely due to the goodwill and donations of our supporters and volunteers. Our dogs need supportive families who will offer them patience, time and tolerance whilst they settle in their new homes. Our Rescue offers all our dogs back-up for life.

Please note: Dog laws have changed, with zero public tolerance and prejudice against bull breeds and terriers in particular. Our Rescue asks new owners to keep their dog on a lead in public spaces and manage and support its encounters with new dogs and people, so as not to place the dog's life at risk. Destruction and Control Orders are commonplace nowadays.
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Buster's progress through our Rescue is below.
We work with our dogs, who often reveal an evolving picture and positive skills as they build trust.

Original referral information: Buster's owner called and asked us to help Buster as his owner is now disabled and can not manage him anymore with walks and is frightened of tripping over him with her crutches
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Buster came into RescueRemedies on the 27th April 24
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Lovely Buster came into our Care today. He had a lovely walk in the woods and was observing the other dogs and movements on site on his journey. Very quiet in his kennel a poppet
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oh Buster love4.gif
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Lovely photos of this dear little dog.

I met Buster yesterday when we went for our first walk through the woodland walk. What a lovely little chap he is - he enjoyed his walk and appeared so relaxed - and he did enjoy some tasty pieces of chicken - always an icebreaker!

Later in the day, towards the end of a long walking day, I went to fetch little Ralph and together Ralph and I accompanied by Karen and Buster went for a longer walk through the woods. It struck us how similar the little dogs were to each other - it was an absolutely lovely walk. Buster doesn't seem phased by other people nor dogs - such an easy little dog to walk and so affectionate. Earlier in the day he had met Darren who gave him a stroke and contact and Buster loved that too.

I can't wait to walk him again.
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I had a lovely walk with Buster, he is such an affectionate little lad, his tail never stops wagging. We enjoyed a walk with Ethan, both dogs said a polite hello to each other, Buster enjoys lots of sniffing and treats, the mud did not bother him. He enjoys meeting people, and loved being in the walkers area. I look forward to walking him soon Kiss of love.gif
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Beautiful Buster has been with us since Monday and what a wonderful doggie he is! He’s great around the house and 100% toilet trained – he will go by the back door when he wants to be let out.
He travelled well in the car on the way from the rescue – I sat next to him, just in case, while Chris was driving.
He likes cuddles, but is not needy and will let you know when he wants some affection and will nuzzle your hand to get strokes. He’s very quiet and doesn’t mind noises around the house (washing machine, hairdryer, shutting doors, TV, etc.).
He loves going on walks and the second he sees you by the front door he gets super excited. Don’t let his age fool you, as he’s very sprightly when out and about and walks at a good pace. He has been ok passing other dogs on walks and we’ve met a few people – he loved a cuddle. He doesn’t mind traffic and is great at crossing busy roads.
He slept well overnight, in his own bed in our bedroom. He doesn’t do stairs – at least he hasn’t shown any signs of wanting to go up or down them here - but he’s ok to be picked up and taken upstairs. He tolerates being picked up and he will put up with it as long as you let him know that he’s safe in your arms.
He’s an absolute darling and I’m sure he’s going to be very popular – quick, do submit an application for him!


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So nice to read your post. Glad he’s in a foster place. I walked him last week and he was a little angel. I picked him up in the kennel and we walked out with me carrying him tightly to me. He seemed fine with this. Lovely walk, met several dogs and we sat in the poets hut, he went straight to the little bed and sat next to me on the sofa but didn’t jump onto my lap. I thought that he’d maybe been taught not to jump up. His manners are impeccable. I imagine there will be lots of applications. Such a sweet little dog.
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Little Buster is getting more and more confident as days go by. He’s such a fantastic pooch! He’s clean in the house and respectful of property. He loves playing with his toys – especially a good game of tug. He’s very quiet and we’ve barely heard him bark.
He loves his walks and gets super excited as soon as we pick up his harness.
He walks well on the lead and doesn’t pull.
We met a cat last night and despite coming really close, he wasn’t interested in the slightest. This morning we met a couple of large dogs (we knew both the owners and the dogs) and he was happy to be in their presence and have a bit of a cheeky sniff. He was happy to meet the dog owners and even take treats from them.
I think he’s decided we’re ok and this morning he was brave enough to climb onto my lap for a cuddle – he usually just lays next to me on the sofa. We’ve also seen a little bit of a progress on the stairs front – instead of ignoring them, he’s now put his front paws on the first step. So he’s relaxing more and more and doing brilliantly. He’s such a glorious pooch!



This is my favourite sleeping spot ...zzz
This is my favourite sleeping spot ...zzz
Mon's lap is super comfy too ... zzz...
Mon's lap is super comfy too ... zzz...
Making friends with Dixie - she's pretty, isn't she?
Making friends with Dixie - she's pretty, isn't she?
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Little Buster has been with us for more than a week now and what a change we have seen in his demeanour! He is much more relaxed around us – he’s an absolute poppet.
He sleeps well through the night – in his own bed, next to our bed. And he’s definitely not a morning pooch. He loves a lazy morning. He does love going on walks though and he’s always up for it, even when the weather is a bit wet.
He meets people really well and makes them smile.
During the day, he’s happy to snooze away or have a bit of a potter in the garden.
Come on people! If you think Buster is your dog, do submit an application form!
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