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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

San Leon, Texas, 77395
Pet name:
Terrier, Mixed
White with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Are you a “sporty and outdoorsy” kind of person? Does the thought of crowds bug you and you prefer to enjoy nature just hanging out with your best “Bud”? If you are, then perhaps Buddy is your soulmate!Buddy is the perfect size… not too big and not too little. He’s just the right size to take on a road trip and he doesn’t even take up the whole bed, well unless he stretches out sideways! Buddy is also way past all of those silly and sometimes irritating puppy antics.  He the perfect gentleman indoors and is even housebroken! I mean… who wants to potty where you sleep? Not Buddy!Buddy is athletic and ball-driven. Even if you just sit on your tush and throw his ball, Buddy is a happy camper, just be sure to give him some additional brain games. He likes keeping his brain active and sharp so he can keep learning new things. Oh! Let’s not forget about naps! Naps = good! Buddy has great leash skills and he can sit like a boss! He even knows a few other tricks, but you have to meet him to find out what they are.Buddy enjoys the company of people he knows and trusts but he’s really more of an anti-crowd kinda guy. Chaotic festivals with tons of strange people and unpredictable kiddos running rampant are just not his thing. Hello? You have heard of “stranger danger”, right? If not, Buddy will certainly tell you about it! I’m pretty darn sure Buddy is not alone and there are a lot of us who feel this way!Buddy is one of our “Pets with Special Considerations".Multiple “Meet and Greets” will be needed prior to adoption


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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