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Buster the Tripod   

In shelter Dog

San Antonio, TX, 78231
Pet name:
Buster the Tripod
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Buster has really been through it! He was loose on a 4-acre property for weeks, with a badly broken leg. He was most likely hit by a car judging by his injured leg, multiple broken teeth, and scars on his body. He was terrified, in pain, and needed help!

Buster is now a tripod, having lost his front, right leg. But Missing a leg has not slowed him down one bit! Despite the rough time hes had Buster is just a bundle of joy.
Buster is a gorgeous hound mix and weighs 48#. 

He is almost 2 years old, Fully vetted and loves every person hes met and loves to hang with other dogs too! He really is the whole package, likes to be crazy and run around the yard with his dog friends, then go inside and
cuddle on the couch all night.

He is very curious about cats, but not aggressive. So he is best suited for a home without them. He does lack impulse control and will counter surf or jump on people, so he will need some training or just be kept out if the kitchen, because management is key.

Application available at under the adoptables tab. Application needs to be submitted for meet and greet. $100 adoption fee


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