Buster Man

Jack Russell Terrier
Picture of Buster Man, a male Jack Russell Terrier

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Home:Snohomish, WA  
Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Buster Man

Man man, Honey bunny, Little man, B-man, B-ball, Munchkin butt, Skanky itchy munchkin butt

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

September 13th 1997

The cat, Raw hide bones, Playing with his whippets, Sleeping, Rats, Food,

Being blind, Running into things that have moved scence last time he was there, R/C cars, Assorted rodents, Anyone that touches him while he is sleeping, Twix and Melba trying to steal his raw hide bones

Favorite Toy:
Melba, Chunky kitty, Anything that Twix has, Squeaky jelly bean

Favorite Food:
Chicken, Raw hide bones, Home made beef jerky, Pro-plan bones

Favorite Walk:
Every day is a new walk to Buster due to the fact he is blind, The back yard, Where ever his legs will take him

Best Tricks:
Itching, Itching, Itching, His back half is almost bald because of the Itching! We have tried everthing to get it to stop but with no luck

Arrival Story:
We got buster in 98' when he was 9 weeks old. He was the cutest little thing that I had ever seen. His oringinal name was Moose, my father was having no part of that so he named him buster. As the weeks went on we came to realize that Buster was just as much of a crazy man as we had been told he would be. You see we were used to Labs, Rotties, and Whippets, not this little fuzzy hellion. One day Buster found his way out of his collar and out into the big bad world of our property. This became his favorite method of tourturing me. Every time he would escape he would make a break for the road sending me into a hysterical fit. It is amazing that he never once got hit by a car. He used to love getting loose and running with the horses as well. Lucky he never got trampled. Buster is truly a once in a life time dog. I am still in shock over how suddenly he went blind. It was only a matter of about 2 and a half weeks from the time his sight was misty untill he was completly blind. I feel so bad for him when he runs into things or when he misses a step, but I know that he does get along pretty darn well for a dog who can't see a thing. I only wish that I could help him to get around a little better.

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Please don't move the furniture!

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March 6th 2004 More than 12 years!

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