Hello everyone, my name is Buck-it! My foster mom calls me this because my registered name is “Rust Bucket” but I didn’t understand her words when she called me that, so she started saying “Buck-it” and I liked the sound of it so I respond when she calls me now. I used to live outside 24/7 before coming to my foster home. Had a lot of things to learn and FAST like stairs, tile floors and having to ask to go to the bathroom! The first couple of days were really a lot of work for me .but hey, I’m a Brittany, I learned FAST!I like my foster sister and brother, they are teaching me what it is like to live in a home and be part of a pack. It’s actually quite nice. Now we do everything together and even learned how to play. That has been a lot of fun!I can tell you that I do not like cats, they are my enemy and must be removed immediately. Unfortunately, my foster mom has a couple of them and let’s just say, we have had a few “one way” conversations about them and I’m trying to behave, but it is not easy. So please, don’t let me get around a cat as it may not end well.for the cat. Otherwise, my personality is stellar and I’m so grateful to have a 2nd chance at a new life.Foster mom here: Buck-it has been a great foster dog (other than the cats) and will follow me everywhere. It has been great for Buck-it to have another dog or two around to show him the ropes and it helps him know everything will be okay as he can be timid in new situations.The perfect home for Buck-it will be one with another dog or two, and as mentioned.NO CATS. Rusty may still like to hunt as he did this with his former owner. If you feel our “Buck-it” would be a great addition to your home, please complete theadoption application and mention his name and ID #.Buck-it is up to date on his vaccines, heartworm negative and on preventative.Rusty is part of a group of 5 Brittanys that were surrendered to our rescue due to their owners death. They were all kept outside in separate pens, but were cared for.