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In shelter Dog

Greenwood, IN, 46142
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Hi - Im Butler! I was found as a stray wandering the streets of Indianapolis. My fur was dirty and I had multiple tumors all over my body. The worst one was growing and dangling from my lip making it hard to eat or drink. TTR brought me in and had my tumors removed. Theres still a small one on my tail that the vet said wasnt a problem and would continue to monitor. 

Im estimated to be about 10 years old. I am partially blind, but I can see shadows to navigate my way around the house. I love it when Larry, volunteer dog walker, comes by because I love to go on walks with him. I do what the rescue calls ""the Butler bop"" and just hop along beside him. Im a great leash walker! 

My foster doesnt have me in a traditional crate. She has me in a puppy pen corral when she isnt home. Since Im an old man, I dont even bother trying to get out - just take a nap and wait for her to get home! 

I am cat friendly and have met Cali cat many times without any issues. I am a bit dog selective though. I might do okay in a home with another low energy dog. Since I cant see very well, I bark and growl when dogs get near my face. Active dogs and young kids are not my favorite, but I might do okay in a home with older children who can respect my boundaries. 

Im up to date on vaccines, neutered, microchipped and heartworm negative. 

If youre interested in giving an old man a comfy place to rest for his golden years, go to and submit an application for me!


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