Buck - 20031276

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: March 19, 2012 - Actual
Age: 12 Year, 2 Month
Gender: Male
Altered Date: March 19, 2014

  • Crate Trained
  • Obedience Trained
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Dog Story Buck is a young boy that was hanging around a neighbors yard in a small local community. He had no tags and no microchip and the people looking after him posted all kinds of notices to try to find his owners, but no-one came forward. He seems to be about 2 years old, but is fairly well mannered for his age. His first trick on coming into the house was to jump upon the kitchen table, but we explained the rules to him and he has behaved a lot better since. Buck gets along great with the two old boys at my house and enjoys letting them show him around ‘their’ yard. He, of course, has all the usual puppy energy, but walks fairly well on leash. He will sit patiently when his food is being prepared or when the word treats is mentioned (he learned that word really quickly). He is on the larger side at 43 pounds and appears to be very healthy. I tried calling him different names and he instantly responded to ‘Buck’ so the name stuck. If you think you can give Buck the home and the attention he needs, please fill out the online adoption application and call his foster dad for any questions. History Buck made himself at home in a neighbor’s yard and never found his previous home.

Buck - 20031276

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: March 19, 2012 - Actual
Age: 12 Year, 2 Month
Gender: Male
Altered Date: March 19, 2014

  • Crate Trained
  • Obedience Trained
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Dog Story Buck is a young boy that was hanging around a neighbors yard in a small local community. He had no tags and no microchip and the people looking after him posted all kinds of notices to try to find his owners, but no-one came forward. He seems to be about 2 years old, but is fairly well mannered for his age. His first trick on coming into the house was to jump upon the kitchen table, but we explained the rules to him and he has behaved a lot better since. Buck gets along great with the two old boys at my house and enjoys letting them show him around ‘their’ yard. He, of course, has all the usual puppy energy, but walks fairly well on leash. He will sit patiently when his food is being prepared or when the word treats is mentioned (he learned that word really quickly). He is on the larger side at 43 pounds and appears to be very healthy. I tried calling him different names and he instantly responded to ‘Buck’ so the name stuck. If you think you can give Buck the home and the attention he needs, please fill out the online adoption application and call his foster dad for any questions. History Buck made himself at home in a neighbor’s yard and never found his previous home.