Breed:Maltese / Poodle
Notes: altered, hasShots
Buffy has a bit of a sad beginning that we are hoping will have a happy ending. Buffy is a four year old girl that lived with her owners. Unfortunately they decided to get a divorce. Instead of fighting over who would keep Buffy, the tried to pass her off on each other which ended with Buffy tied to a door and completely abandoned. When we heard about her plight we had no choice but to help her.When we brought Buffy to our vet, we learned she has Juvenile Cataracts. She can still see however her eyesight will go down over time. No one can predict this. There might be treatments for her condition.We are hoping that someone will love her regardless of her cataracts, and will show her that she can have a happy ending.
If you are interested in adoption please go to Adoption Application to fill out an online application.
When doing your application be sure to include vet's phone number, correct name the account is under and pets names that go or did go there.We do have to do a vet reference to complete an application.
We are a network of foster homes in different towns. There is no facility with set hours where you can visit, everything is done by computer. If there is a pet you are interested in the first step would be to complete the application. It will thenbe sent to the application team for checks, when approved it will be sent back here to us and we will email you. This sometimes takes up to a week because all help is volunteer. Many times there are several applications for the same dog, this happens mostly with puppies and small breeds.
We do not go by the first applications and look for different requirements to meet each dogs different needs. If all questions on the application are not completed the application team will delete it. With the number of inquiries they do not have time to contact each person to ask them to please redo the application completely. Please do not think because you do not get called for one dog that we have denied your application. Most times there are several good applications for each dog and it is very hard to decide who to contact.
Desperate House Dogs