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Taking delivery of a sad pup on his way to his new home.

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Comment by S.A. Murray on July 27, 2014 at 10:39am

He'll come around. He just needs some love, attention and time. Way to go NJ !! :D

Comment by BlancheNoE on July 27, 2014 at 12:24pm

Hardy & Buddy. You've got a canine-bromance-cop show in the making. I think the world is ready for it.

You rock. ****LOVE**** Please let us know how it progresses.

Comment by SydTheSkeptic on July 27, 2014 at 3:25pm

Omigosh, I'm teared up.  He's a sweetie pie and it's so good to know he's in your loving hands.

Comment by Chig on July 27, 2014 at 5:58pm

I see another adoption in your future.  :-)

Comment by lima on July 27, 2014 at 7:40pm

:( Oh so very sad.  Such a cutie! You can tell he is exhausted somewhat.  Poor boy, hopefully it will all work out and he's having fun and feeling good soon!  Glad he has someone who cares.  

Comment by Geoff on July 28, 2014 at 4:14pm
I like him. I hope he settles in happily.
Comment by NatureJunkie on July 29, 2014 at 5:51pm

Thanks, Scott. It was obvious to me immediately that he's a great dog.

Blanche: For once, I beat you to the punch. I pitched the canine-bromance-cop show idea to Animal Planet last week.

Syd: It's that Brandi Carlile song, right? I'll be honest, I was going for the tear ducts.

Chig: What are you, fucking psychic?

Lima: I think he was exhausted then, and quite confused by whatever went on when he was seized from his old home, transported to the shelter, then picked up by a strange volunteer, then taken home with another stranger (me). But he's adjusting very well now.

Geoff: I'm KNOW you would like him. He has a sense of humor.

Comment by ThatGirl on August 1, 2014 at 9:22am

Awww, I DO remember your first foster/adoption and he needed SO much love and time.

I could see the despair on Buddy's face when you walked up.  What a place to be, in limbo, surrounded by strangers, not knowing what comes next when you are left behind by someone you need and love. First off, he's HANDSOME, and secondly, he seems apprehensive but surely processing that he is welcome and safe in your home. Next time we see him, he'll be jumping and smiling...ya know what I mean, right?

You are such a generous loving DogMom and I know they are so grateful you are here for them.

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