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Buddy Love   

In shelter Dog

Severn, MD, 21144
Pet name:
Buddy Love
Pit Bull Terrier
Apricot / Beige
Coat length:
He may have had a tough past, but that hasn’t stopped Buddy from being an exuberant dog who loves life and every human he meets! He has some trouble walking due to his old injuries, but he gets around well in his helper harness or his wheeled cart (If you adopt one, you get the other for free)!  Buddy’s favorite thing in the world is cuddling with volunteers and staff members. Tennis balls and snacks are a close second. This amazing boy has made lots of progress in learning to be more independent and less anxious, but he still needs an owner who will be home with him a lot. He would prefer to be the only pet in the home after a previous incident. 

If you’re interested, come meet Buddy and see just how resilient and loving a dog can be.

If your family sounds like the perfect one for me, please send a message to the adoption team (my personal assistants) at to have them put your appointment on my busy schedule.

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