Adopting a dog is a great way to add to your family! Paws New England recently shared an update of one of their senior dogs Buster Brown.
Here is Buster Brown’s Story
Life has certainly not been kind to Buster Brown, but that doesn’t keep him from smiling! He was adopted in 2014 and then returned to the shelter. With his great personality, he was quickly adopted again, only to be surrendered to a high kill shelter. Luckily, he’s now a PAWS pup and we can’t wait to find him a true forever family!
At 11 years young, this Beagle mix enjoys the finer things in life. Like strolling around the dog park with his canine friends, playing when the mood strikes him, taking leisurely walks with his people and smelling all the good smells life has to offer! If you picture your days taking walks on the beach or hanging out in the park, then Buster is your guy!
and a month later they shared
Buster Brown is sure to win you over with his big, soulful eyes! At 11 years young, Buster has certainly had his fair share of adventures and is ready to retire and spend his days taking in the sights and seasons of New England.
Buster is good with dogs, and we think he’d do well with cats and kids as well! He recently found out that he loves the ocean and going for long walks with his foster brother (followed by a long nap of course). He also loves to be around people and joyfully welcomes all visitors. Buster knows his commands – sit, stay – and will signal when he needs to use the bathroom. This sweet boy is sure to steal your heart! Are you Buster’s lucky forever family?! If so, we can’t wait to hear from you.
Buster Brown found a new home in Newport.
Buster Brown is happy and healthy, living the dream life in Newport and enjoying ham treats. He is as dapper and jolly as ever. This sweet senior boy sure hit the jackpot! His new mom reports he’s feeling great and enjoys frolicking in the yard with his canine sibling.
About Paws New England
We save lives, one dog at a time.
We rescue abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs from high-kill shelters and desperate situations, provide them with veterinary care and much needed TLC, and bring them to New England where we place them in safe, loving homes. We are a volunteer, foster home based rescue. We do not have a shelter location. Our foster homes are located throughout New England. PAWS operates via volunteers throughout New England
Here’s how our adoption process works.
1. Find a dog
Check out our list of currently available dogs. The list is updated regularly, so if you don’t find the perfect match today, check back soon!
2. Submit an Adoption Form
When you find a dog you like, submit an Adoption Form.
Your form gets routed to one of our adoption coordinators, who will contact you to discuss your decision to adopt.
(We are staffed entirely by volunteers, and sometimes it can take us a few days to contact you. Sorry in advance!)
Unfortunately, you may not be the only one interested in adopting a particular dog. If you don’t get your first choice, don’t worry! PAWS has plenty of great dogs in need of loving homes.
3. Bringing your new dog home
After you’ve been accepted, your dog’s foster parent will coordinate with you to get your new pack member home.
See more Senior Dog adoption success stories