Here are some of the things I have learned about Buffy in the first two weeks:
Buffy bonds very quickly with her humans. She has not left my side. She sleeps with me at night and stays close to me when I am home. She will lie against me at night and when we are on the couch watching TV. I guess she needs the security of another body next to hers. If she can not be with me, she always has Mickey to fill the void.
Buffy is a survivor. She was found running on a busy city street. She was emaciated. Still she is the happiest little dog you will ever meet. She has already put on some weight and is looking better every day.
Buffy is one great dog who proves once again that there are many amazing dogs in shelters and rescues that are in need of homes. Both Buffy and Mickey are shelter survivors who demonstrate every day the true meaning of unconditional love. Despite what many rescue dogs have endured at the hands of humans, they do not hold it against us. All they want is to love and be loved in return. Please consider opening your home and heart to one of them – don’t shop, adopt!
Buffy is currently being fostered here in Connecticut and is available through Red Hook Dog Rescue of Brooklyn, NY.