Jump back!!! This business of living in a house and having a dog door and fenced yard and doggie buddies and having someone who likes to pet me for ages and ages is SO COOL!Hi, I’m Buster and I’m almost 8 years old.I came to Ohio with my littermate J.J. from Illinois. It was a long trip and I was a very good traveler.I lived outside my whole life and now I live inside and I have my own crate with a soft bed and blankets. I have four new foster siblings and we run in and out of the dog door to check on squirrels and watch the trains go by.When I know it’s time to eat or get a doggie treat, I go into my crate. I love to be halfway onto the sofa or recliner so someone can pet me and say my name over and over.My tail wags a lot when I hear my name.I’m really new at this “command” thing, but I’m learning.I have been caught taking towels off the counter and pulling them apart.Oops!I am happy to rest in my crate when my foster parents go away for a couple of hours.My foster mom says I have a curious and happy soul.I was thinking about living in a castle, but what I really want is a home where I don’t have to share the attention with quite so many other dogs, with someone eager to teach me all the things that I haven’t been taught so far. I do catch on really fast. It would be cool if I didn’t have to be alone for long periods of time.I like meeting new people, but haven’t had a lot of practice with meeting other dogs yet. I don’t know what a cat is.Please no sight unseen adoptions for this guy. We feel it is important for all family members (humans and canine) meet to make sure we have a good fit. If you are interested in Buster please complete theadoption application.Buster is of 10 dogs surrendered to ABR in January 2020 after their owner unexpectedly died.All were living in outdoor runs with barrels as shelter. The family notified ABR and we took all into rescue. This sweet boy is current on all vaccinations, neutered, heart worm negative and on prevention medications.He also has been microchipped.