Also, you can see he no longer wants to be confined.
But he SMELLS and FEELS and LOOKS so much better!
At home . . .
Two things I'd noticed about Buddy: 1) He never sits down,
which may be because of arthritis; and 2) he does not like to lie
in a dog bed (nor in a crate, but that isn't unusual).
Little did I realize that Buddy was just making sure that he was fresh & clean
so I wouldn't have to wash all dog beds, couch/chair covers & crate mats,
as I had to do every other day with SADEE IN FLORIDA.
Within an hour of coming home, he climbed into one of the dog beds
and fell asleep. Such a considerate gentleman!
Buddy would like to thank everyone who has donated to make his
last days/weeks/months/years more comfortable and filled with love.
Lordy, I am in tears looking at the change. Bless his baby heart. No worries now, little man. You are loved and taken care of now!
He's very handsome! Glad he has a loving home to live out his life.
He IS available for adoption,
altho it's a little like having a ghost of a dog (or a cat) in the house . . . .
He couldn't be in a better home! Cannot wait to see more pictures of the journey.
He may be up in age, but he is absolutely gorgeous! I bet he had some spunky terrier times
in his heyday. He's got a little mischievous Cairn twinkle going on even at almost 16 years of age.
Such a sweet baby. I don't know how anyone could give up a senior dog, either.
Their needs are so specialized at times, and their time on Earth so short,
that we have a responsibility to care for each of them.
Much love to you for opening up your heart and home to him!
Buddy looks marvelous! Hard to see that he is almost 16. He has such a lovely smile.
Sad that his owner didn't have a plan for him for after he/she died.
You can't rely on family to step up and do the right thing.
Hopefully he'll fit right in and be a nice ghost to have around.