8-year-old pit bull mix, Buster, looking for forever family - Tucson News Now

8-year-old pit bull mix, Buster, looking for forever family

Buster (Photo by Ted Hewitt Photography; grooming provided by Teddy's Dog House grooming) Buster (Photo by Ted Hewitt Photography; grooming provided by Teddy's Dog House grooming)
Buster (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography) Buster (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Buster, an 8-year-old pit bull mix, is looking for his forever family.  

He was brought in to Pima Animal Care Center as an abandonment case. 

Even though this guy is an older dog, he is a puppy at heart. He loves to go for walks and does very well on a leash. Buster is calm, though he can be a bit intimidated by other dogs. He gets along well with children.  

Buster's adoption fee has been waived, so his new family will only have to pay the $15 licensing fee. 

Last week's Tail, Zeus, was adopted. Now let's find Buster his forever family. 

PACC is located at 4000 N. Silverbell Road. Stop by and see if Buster is a good fit for your family. 

For more great photos of our Tails check out Ted Hewitt Photography's Facebook page

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