UPDATE February 28, 2014: Buster of Minnesota is still available. Hard to believe, huh?! Look at that face! Seriously. I know there is a home out there just waiting for this small fry Corgi and all his loving attention. I just need help spreading the word. Can you share this, please? Thanks, friends!
Buster is a little guy (19 pounds) with a big need for companionship. He’d love to be a one-and-only dog in a home (he’s really cut out for that!), where he can devote himself to Corgi-fying things for his family night and day. Day and night. Non-stop Corgification.
This spunky, owner-surrendered five year-old is crate and house trained and he’s gotta be with the people, that’s where the happy is for Buster. Other dogs are not his speed, and cats … well, Secondhand Hounds Rescue thinks cats are a no go for him, too. This is a Corgi who needs all the lovin’ for himself!
His foster says Buster is a playful, affectionate dog who greets adults with sweet enthusiasm, loves to chase a tennis ball and go for walks. He is moderately active. His greatest need is companionship and he’ll whine if locked in a room separated from people, especially at bedtime. Buster’s favorite thing is snuggling; he’ll whine if not allowed to sit on someone’s lap. (Yes, a Corgi lap dog. Get him while he lasts!)
Buster doesn’t enjoy car rides or baths, but will endure them. He doesn’t chew furniture or mark inside the house and will tell you when he needs to go outside. Did you notice he’s got a smile as wide as Texas?