Buddy

by Linda Folk
(St joseph, MI)




We bought Buddy as a purebred Chinese crested powderpuff, from a breeder in New Jersey. After she shipped him to us, and we spoke to her vet, we learned he was a mix, not a purebred. What luck for us! He is now 10 years old, and everyday has been a joy. He is patient and kind and gentle and funny and caring and always the big brother to our other two purebred cresteds. Bud is loved by everyone who meets him, his quiet strength makes him a hero. Two years ago he became insulin dependent and through this, he has taught us so much about love and joy. Last year he has his knee redone and is plays like a puppy with his new, pain free, leg. We travel a lot with all three dogs, and everyone remarks about how quiet, calm, and well behaved they are. We simply call them, big dogs trapped in a little dog body.

Bud is unassuming, stoic, curious about the entire world and never wants me out of his sight. There isn't a better dog.

I remember the night we picked him up at the Detroit airport and driving him 3 hrs to his new home, my son was holding him against his chest and looked at me with tears, "mom, I love him so much already, my heart is overflowing". It has never changed, he is the best dog ever!

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May 21, 2015
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Lucky Buddy
by: Floyd's Dad

You and your family are lucky! And so is Buddy. You found the perfect little guy, and he found the perfect home. Bless you for going to such extremes to keep your little furkid healthy and happy. My last little boy, Charlie (maltese), made it to 20. I hope that Buddy surpasses that!

May 20, 2015
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love
by: jan

Adorable!

May 20, 2015
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Your Buddy
by: Katie

Buddy sounds like a great little dog. So glad you have each other. I love that picture with his siblings, so cute!

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