Rescue Remedies dogs available for homing/awaiting adoption
Super chilled walk with Buster yesterday as always, followed by a run in the paddock. However Buster did get a bit giddy in the long grass, jumping around with joy like a puppy. I remember he used to do this when he first came to us. I think the delightful feeling of the long grass gives the dogs a head rush as several of the dogs seem to love being in the long grass, jumping about like kangaroos.
I was just heading out for a walk with Buster this morning and we met Spud and Helen. Spud immediately wanted to be friends with Buster and to go where Buster was going, so we walked the two boys together. Spud certainly looked up to Buster (emotionally and physically!) and really enjoyed his company. Buster was very calm and gentle around Spud, looking out for him.
Until our walk yesterday I had not realised what a totally gorgeous, chilled out, lovely dog is Buster! There are not enough superlatives! He is people friendly, dog friendly, extremely handsome, easy to walk - an absolutely ideal companion for most people. It just gets you wondering why on earth this lovely fella hasn't been snapped up?