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These two best buddies are looking for their forever home.
Meet Oscar and Buster, First Buster the white and brown Dachshund mix. He is currently in foster care after being found in a rural area. He is a wonderful little guy! He lays very still when you work on him or brush him. Loves being groomed. You can put him in any position and he stays still while you work him over. Prior to us finding him, I don't think he ever had a toy or a chewy. He did not know what to do with them and he still doesn't play in the traditional way that dogs do. He eats very light and gentle out of your hand. He has turned out to be one of the sweetest little guy. He loves to be brushed, cuddled, women, cover at night, sleeping with you is a must, sitting beside you, sitting in your lap etc. He sits by me with his front legs on my lap when I'm on the couch. He craves contact with his person. He is like a little baby, but is actually more independent than Oscar. He needs a fenced yard or he will run off to have fun. He does well with his harness.
Oscar and buster are a lot alike. Oscar is probably the leader of the two. BUT, he is more of a baby than Buster. He also sleeps with us, under the cover. When you sit in a chair, he wants to be beside you under his blanket, head and all. He also does not chew anything, BUT he does know about chewy's. He loves them or snacks. He also does good on his harness.
They are both little gentleman and need a home that has a yard that's fenced, but they need to be pampered house dogs. That is what they are used to. They need air conditioning. They don't need to be isolated from people. They are not going to understand what is happening when they go to a new home. Their new owners need to be KIND and PATIENT and these little guys will love you so much. I have never had them around children as we are older. I hope their owners don't have young children just in case. They don't need to be pulled on or prodded. They are companions to an older man and woman at this time and that is what I hope they have in their future.
For more information contact Diane Ferguson (870) 577-3744