Buzz Featured Popular Good with DogsHousetrainedNot good in apartmentsLikes to ride in the car
Gender: Male Age: 11 years - AARB Status: Available
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Anonymous donation. Cynthia Morin: In memory of Olive. Heather Fabian. Jane Finley. Tammy Sultana: Wishing you a recovery Buzz. Send good vibes and prayers. Carolyn Wyller: Thank you for helping this sweet pup! Shayne Pepper: To help with the costs of his surgery for his back legs. Dolores Bender: To help with Buzz's surgery. Elizabeth Cash. Jane Weldon: Towards his medical expenses. Bless you all. Fran Callahan: Praying for good news about his legs. Erin Emmert. Ruth Minni: Good luck Buzz. Karen Ortolano. Brenda and Gary Chuslo: Stuart says you are in the best hands possible, Buzz (he should know). Good luck with your recovery. John and Lori Clancy: Please get this guy mobile again. I’m not able to walk right now and it’s not a pleasant feeling. I hope whoever shot this poor baby is held responsible. Antonella Scarpiello. Marsha Fenton. Debbie Roberts: Hope the surgery will help Buzz feeling better! Suellyn Rieckelman: Get well Buzz! Rick Griffith: Wishing you all the best and a successful surgery! Kathryn Ann Litten: Please get well, Buzz! In honor of my senior Beagle, Sammy. Elizabeth Cash. Mary Caldwell: Good luck on your surgery. Louise James and Penny, my beagle grand pups hope you are up and running soon. Lisa Kozej: Thank you for all you do for these dogs. Get well soon Buzz. Karen Liebmann: Hang in there, Buzz! Diana Blumhagen: In memory of Candie and Maggie. God Bless you Buzz, I pray you will be running around in no time. Debbie Roberts: Hope Buzz gets better every day! Scott Brown. Susan Wenner. Karen Liebmann: Toward medical expenses.

Buzz is a great guy and a perfect companion; he would make a great addition to the right family! He is a sweet 11 year old Beagle. He was brought into the rescue when he was having issues walking; he would drag his back legs by the end of the day. We hoped it was a herniated disc that is very treatable, but it turned out he had a cyst on his spine, causing a compression that made it difficult to walk. He has had surgery and has recovered wonderfully! He still doesn’t run normally, but Buzz doesn’t care! He can even go up and down stairs, which was impossible for him before the surgery. Buzz has a lot of heart!

He has gained weight, and is now a healthy, happy guy. He is on a couple of medications, which should continue when he finds his forever home. He is taking Carprofen for arthritis and Apoquel for allergies. Both are just daily pills which he will take easily.

Buzz gets along with the other dogs in his foster home. He is very sweet, and just wants to be loved. He is house trained and does not need to be crated when home alone. When he is feeling frisky, he loves playing with his toys. If you think Buzz is a match for you, contact your adoption counselor now!

NOTE: Dog may be located in any of our six volunteer states (WI, IL, IN, OH, PA, MI).