Looking for Love🙏
Male Rotti Mix 🐶❤🐾
Buddy has been in care for two years now. Please read his story 🐾:
We met Buddy when his young terminally ill owner’s doctor contacted us because his owner was worried about Buddy being left alone in the backyard. Sadly she was too sick to be at home. Buddy was only 12 months old at the time.
Buddy was a much loved family dog ❤ living with four children 👧👦👧👦. Sadly😢his owner passed away not long after he came into our care.
During his time in care he has been with a family with disabled children, he has met and been gentle with elderly people. Buddy is currently in care with a semi-retired couple.
Late last year Buddy’s foster carers were having a patio roof built in their backyard and, of course, there was lots of noise and strange people coming and going. Buddy became very worried and confused. As a consequence, a delivery man was bitten once by Buddy and Council were obliged to place some restrictions on him. These are not onerous restrictions and DO NOT affect his lifestyle nor his carer’s lifestyle.
Buddy is now 3 years old. He is a Rotti mix with the colours of a cattle dog🐕 , a lovely soft coat and the heart 💖 of an angel.
Initially shy with strangers but when Buddy is comfortable with someone, he is super affectionate 💕 and playful⚽.
This beautiful boy has great manners, loves car rides🚙, children and his toys, walks nicely on the lead✔, chills out and thinks he’s a lap dog!
Buddy needs daily walks🐾👣 and to be part of the family. Buddy has always been the only pet.
Please don’t let the daily walks be a barrier to you considering taking him into your home. We are willing to employ a professional dog walker ✔👩👣🐕🐾 to do this. We would also assist with alternative arrangements should you need to go away on holidays.
- A sign provided by Council needs to be in placed near the entrance of the property stating there is a regulated dog kept on the property.
- Buddy needs to wear a Council tag at all times with the foster carer’s/owner’s phone number.
- Buddy can live in the house and backyard when there is an adult in the vicinity. Of course, perimeter fencing and gates surrounding the backyard should be secure as with any dog.
- Whilst there is no one home, Buddy needs to be kept in an enclosure of at least 10 sqm which is outside a pool area and not part of a residential building. We will provide this enclosure which is portable and easy to erect and dismantle and includes all that is required to comply with Council’s requirements. AINB will arrange a trades person to professionally install the enclosure.
- When walked, Buddy needs to wear a muzzle which we will provide and be under the control of an adult who has the control of no more than one dog at a time. This muzzle is soft and unobtrusive and Buddy walks nicely with it.
As you can see from the above requirements, they are not onerous. The space can be any configuration as long as it measures at least 10 sqm, can back on to 6ft fence or a building wall. Buddy doesn’t mind the enclosure, when his carers need to go out they make it a positive experience for him with toys and chews. It is very spacious, like a small yard.
AINB has assisted his current foster carers to ensure compliance with the above requirements, and will continue to do so with a new foster or permanent carer.
AINB will provide lifetime support of Buddy’s health and well being including Council registration fees.
We are looking for someone special to help🙏 this boy. He had a very sad start in life, with many challenges and we would love to see him thrive in a loving💕 environment of his very own. Are you that special someone or do you know that special someone?
He really is a lovely💖 affectionate boy and deserves a family of his own and a long and happy life.
What's not to love about Buddy. Watch and share. We need to find a loving home for him by 30 June.We offer 100%, support for all his vet, food requirements and registration fees. We are also offering to employ a professional dog walker if necessary for his daily walk and so much more.https://www.animals-in-need-brisbane.com.au/pets/buddy/
Posted by Animals in Need Brisbane on Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Hi from BuddyYesterday I went to visit Karen and Rob at their home. Wow what a big backyard!I was a bit nervous, I sniffed, investigated, pee'd on every palm, got treats, got tangled up in an iron bicycle planter – that was scary, pots went everywhere and the damn thing was stuck to my harness!How embarrassment!Found the perfect spot my Taverna of Kisses (the enclosure).Had a great time chasing my ball. Here's me and Rob.
Posted by Animals in Need Brisbane on Wednesday, 5 June 2019
Visiting Karen and Rob at their home. Wow what a big backyard! Had a great time chasing my ball. Here’s me and Rob.