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In shelter Dog

Gardnerville, NV, 89410
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Meet Buddy Blue!

This young boy will win over your heart in no time and become your best Buddy. “Blue” was named after the Blue Lakes where he was found and he looks like a McNab/Border Collie Mix just about 1 year young! He is the sweetest boy, and loves nothing more than a person or family he can cuddle and snuggle with. 

At his young age, Blue has a lot of potential: from being a family dog playing with the kids and going on camping trips to a hiking companion or even a light working farm/ranch dog. Blue is smart, loyal, affectionate and athletic with the sweetest personality. All he wants is to be your best Buddy forever! 

He currently shares his foster home with 4 other dogs, cats and horses, loves going on hikes, bike rides and typical for his breed, he is obedient, sometimes even submissive and will stick right by your side – even off-leash. Blue is up-to-date on his shots, neutered and microchipped. 

As he is active and playful, we’d like him to have a yard to run in and ideally a doggie companion who he can play with. 

To schedule a Meet & Greet for Buddy Blue, please respond to this post, call or text +1-775-309-1388,


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