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Jan 10, 2008 dachsiemomx3
Thank You for rescuing this beautiful boy. I'm sure he will return the love a hundredfold. I have had rescue dogs and somehow I think they know, and are very grateful.
Jan 10, 2008 SleepingPuppiesRock
What a face! You can see the thanks in his eyes. All of us who have rescued thank you too.
Jan 10, 2008 harlequinguy
Whether it's a puppy mill or a Pet Smart, it's all a rescue. The only difference is degree. Kudos on your caring restoration of this loving
guy's life. Two <i>truck-loads</i> of cookies!
Jan 10, 2008 shantismom
So he's figured out the comfy couch angle! He'll be just fine!
Jan 10, 2008 Mikkimrado
This first pic really startled me but then it also turned out to be my fav pic. Thanks for rescuing him and I hope he has a great life and never turns to aggression again because he knows ur family loves him! Kisses on his cute little pink little piggy paws from me!

Happy 2008!
Jan 10, 2008 Mikkimrado
OK - picture not attaching - the first pic is my fav! :)
Jan 10, 2008 kool_kat_3
Buster is very very cute. He was very lucky to have you rescue him!
Jan 10, 2008 wziemann
What a pretty little boy, 11-biscuits to Mom, Marc, and Megan for rescuing this little guy...Mojo's Dad
Jan 10, 2008 howiesmom
Buster is ADORABLE!!! I too am from in Toledo at St V's and live in Erie MI now.!! You are Buster's angels!! I hope his behavioral training and medications continue to keep him on the right track!! He is a doll baby!!! Lucky You!!!
Jan 10, 2008 RonDog
Thank you, Buster's new family, for loving and caring for this handsome fellow. We wish many years of health and happiness to you Buster, and to your humans!:)
Jan 10, 2008 doggieaunt
Lucky Buster -- for finding a family that's willing to deal with his health issues. Poor guy! But he certainly looks like he's doing all right now!

BTW, I'm not a huge fan of bull terriers, but with those enormous ears and pink paw pads, it's impossible not to consider Buster adorable (though I'm sure he'd prefer a fiercer adjective)!
Jan 10, 2008 quasimodo
Jan 10, 2008 Terry C
He's a keeper!
Jan 10, 2008 weewee
what a face. he is adorable. many happy years with Buster.
Jan 10, 2008 Melvinator
Boxes and boxes of biscuits to you and your family for giving this handsome guy a second chance. Give Buster a big ol' smooch on his gorgeous snout!
Jan 10, 2008 whoopiwho
He is sooo cute!! Just want to give him lots of hugs!! 11Biscuits.
Jan 10, 2008 dogzrock
thanks for rescuing buster - i always find that the so-called 'aggressive breeds' are the ones which suffer the most in shelters as no one wants them. i even had someone ask me why i wanted to 'save killers' when i adopted my rottweiler - who was the best thing to happen to me by the way! so good luck with buster's training. i'm sure he will have many happy years with a family as loving as urs. a big hug and many buiscuits for the little guy.
Jan 10, 2008 Daphne's Mom
Kudos to you for rescuing this precious little boy! I am glad he is doing better and enjoying life. I hope you all have many happy and healthy years together! Much love and biscuits to you Buster!
Jan 10, 2008 sandrahender
[b][i][color=teal] AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!! I LOVE HIM! You are truly wonderful for rescuing him and taking care of his medical issues....I have had many rescues too. They can be a handful. My first rescue, Myles, was so shattered and traumatized when I got him from the SPCA, it took me over 6 months to teach him not to fear me or other people I had come over to visit.
Buster will love you unconditionally and forever, and I know that rescued dogs KNOW they have been rescued. My current rescue is an English Springer whose former owner "threw her away" because they "had a baby" and they would no longer allow her to sleep in their bedroom. So she would cry outside the room all night and so he just threw her me. During the course of conversation the day he brought her over, I learned that my home was her 5th her 6 years. He had given her away twice before, then took her back. I had to let him know in no uncertain terms that if he walked away from her that day, he would NEVER get her back again...not because I'm mean, but because that is one of the CRUELEST thing anyone can do to a just toss them out when you get tired of them....they do not understand, and they HURT when that happens and will faithfully wait for their master to return. I've had her over a year now and she is still very high strung and will often whimper in her sleep. I always wake her up when that happens, and she crawls up in front of me in bed, and "watches tv" (my portable dvd player)...with me and goes back to sleep in my arms.
Buster will love you forever and both of you are so lucky to have found each other!!! I gave him 11 biscuits....though he certainly deserves a LOT MORE.[/b][/i][/color]
Jan 10, 2008 Mummm
Poor little cute guy! I'm so glad that you rescued him! He looks like a doll.
Jan 10, 2008 Ozzy2975
GOD bless baby Buster!! A million biscuits :)
Jan 10, 2008 dogmomtimestwo
Bull Terriers are one of my favorite breeds and Buster is beautiful! I admire you for your committment to Buster especially with his background and the spinning behavior. Buster has the best life possible because of you!
Jan 10, 2008 Suziesmom
Buster is soooooo cute. I never thought I would see a Bull Terrier on this site....Today I had to register because I had a Bull Terrier, name Ali growing up. (30 years ago), and I still talk about her. She had a quite the personality! Oh, how we loved that dog! Where I live it is illegal to own Bull Terriers now. That really shocked me....because my bull terrier and all of the 8 adorable puppies she had were so nicely tempered. Which is why I always believe it's the environment and how they are raised, not the breed that dictates how they turn out.
We rescued Suzie (our black and tan coonhound) about 10 years ago now. She had a very similar background as Buster. she was scared of everything and everyone at first. She had never been in a house, so we had to housetrain her, and she was about a year old! that was a challenge....she just didnt' understand. With a lot of love and patience and loving training (she responds to praise and a soft touch) she is the best, most gentle, affectionate, funny, and TALKATIVE, dog in the world. She's 12 now, and slowing down....I dont' know how I will live without her.
God Bless you and your family and most especially Buster. With all of your love he will be just fine!
Jan 10, 2008 zzorg
Fantastic animal. Truly amazing. Have a big bag of biscuits!
Jan 10, 2008 jg
I love all of the pictures. However, ads are covering much of the pictures and have been for the last 2 or so weeks. AnY help would be appreciated.
Jan 10, 2008 rosy
What a touching story-you are heros to care for this beautiful guy-best of luck and love and billions of biscuits and hugs to Buster!!!
Jan 10, 2008 FireHorse
Thank you for taking the trouble to rescue this lovely boy. Good luck to all of you.
Jan 10, 2008 Grandma Helen of CT
I get so angry I could spit!!!! but reading the wonderful comments about the loving people out there it does my heart good......God bless you , and down with puppy mills!! It's worth the money to bring love and relief to God's creatures. xxxooo for Buster and you.....
Jan 10, 2008 yujismom
Buster is a doll-thank you so much for giving him a happy life!
Jan 10, 2008 Suki's Mom
Little dude knows he's safe now. I am incredibly fond of Bull Terriers (when I was a kid I wanted a Spuds McKenzie of my own!) and rescue dogs, so Buster has it all! Good luck with him and many thanks for being kind and wonderful people. :)
Jan 10, 2008 Betster
Thank-you for resquing this little guy he is just so hansome and with your love and patients he will be fine. Biscuets for life for this special little guy
Jan 10, 2008 rexandbaby
11 biscuits for Buster! His compulsion should lessen over time with everything that you are doing for him. Good luck and thanks for helping him!
Jan 10, 2008 goldenlover
" Thanks, Mom and Dad. You walk the walk. I know you are thinking more about me than yourselves and you will be rewarded."
Jan 10, 2008 panda
What a character! I love the close up! Buster has a second chance to be a puppy and have a great life and its all because someone cared!! I love stories like this with happy endings. Cheers to Buster and his family! Wishing you all lots of love and happiness for many years to come!
Jan 10, 2008 jrterriermom
Thank you for rescuing him. Buster has found his guardian angels. 1000 biscuits!!!
Jan 10, 2008 chultzee
oh HOORAY!!!! A BULL TERRIER!!! I think it's about time!!! I've been waiting a while to see one on this site:) I truly love this breed, and hope to adopt one as soon as I can care for one properly. Buster is absolutely gorgeous, and it is nothing short of heroic the task that your family has taken on to rescue this baby. They are incredibly powerful dogs, and when aggressive can do a lot of damage, so it truly is a challenge to try and show this baby what love is:) Thank you for doing this and setting a wonderful example for the rest of us:) Bully's by nature are VERY affectionate, people oriented dogs(much like pit bulls), I'm sure (if not already!) this aspect of his personality will bloom shortly for you all:) Love and hugs to you and Buster!!!! Bravo!!!
Jan 10, 2008 bopeep
What a tragic and heartwarming story. You are to be highly commended for having the time and patience to work with Buster and let him know how much he is loved. May Buster have a long, happy life. Hugs, kisses and 11 biscuits.
Jan 10, 2008 DogMom
I have always loved Bull Terriers (i knew one named "tank" that was the sweetest dog ever). Buster had a sad start, but looks and sounds like he has landed very gently indeed!!! He is a beautiful boy! Good luck with his training -- i am sure it will go well. Enjoy this gorgeous boy for many happy, healthy years. ps -- i love his little squinty eyes --- one of my favorite things about BT's!
Jan 10, 2008 DogMom
Jan 10, 2008 kristenlovesbenny
Reminds me of Don Cherry's baby BLUE!! Hockey fans in Canada will definitely approve of this handsome devil!
Jan 10, 2008 PuppyPal
A match made in heaven. Be well and have a wonderful life. In Joy!
Jan 10, 2008 marleysmom
I'm so happy that you and your family adopted Buster. It breaks my heart to think of what some puppies go through in their short lives. Buster is adorable (love the nose) and thanks for giving him the life he deserves, you know he thinks you're a hero! Many years of love and silly puppiness to all of you!
Jan 10, 2008 kitkat_00
I love Buster!!! I hope you have great luck with his behavioral training. Our JRT Pearl ( m/index...) is often confused for a bull terrier. I think JRTs may have bull terrier in their background??? Anyway, Buster is just too cute and has the sweetest name. I've always loved the bull terrier face. How can you not be swept away by it? Here's to a long wonderful life for Buster with his family.
Jan 10, 2008 murph
I am so THANKFUL that you rescued this HANDSOME boy!!!!
in joy!

my BFF is a rescue!
Jan 10, 2008 harriet
Buster is so CUTE!!!!! I am so glad that he has a Loving home now. I also have a rescue Baby. his name is Bran. Lots of Hugs and Kisses to Buster.
Jan 10, 2008 jaccikay
Buster is ADORABLE!! I thank God for people like you who rescue those who cannot help themselves. He looks likes he has a nice plush place to crash now. There should be a law that these puppy mills cannot exist. It makes me furious to know there are people out there abusing these innocent animals. I am happy for your new addition and family, and God Bless you all.....
Jan 10, 2008 postiemayer
What a precious baby boy. Bless you for rescuing him. Dogs really ask NOTHING from us but GIVE so much, especially their unconditional love and it really sickens me to think that we, as supposedly higher beings, could mistreat all that love and trust. I can tell from the cozy way he is cuddled on the couch that you and Buster will have many happy years together as you both so richly deserve.
Jan 10, 2008 molly's mom
Thanks to wonderful people like you who take the time to help these poor mistreated animals. I am sure it is not easy,but you obiously have a ton of patient, and more important a huge heart! This story brought tears to my eyes,thank God for people like you, enjoy Buster,i'm sure he is thankful for you.
Jan 10, 2008 stormsamson
Thank God and Bless You for Rescuing Buster! You can look into his little eyes and see that he is so grateful and thankful for having such a loving and safe environment. I wish you many years of lovins and kissing from this wonderful creature!!!
Jan 10, 2008 barbie
I too have a bully that spins...We ended up having to dock his tail when we nuetered him...Works pretty well, he still wants to spin when he is nervous or lonely...Prozac did not work for us, so now we keep his weight on the higher end so he cant reach the stubby! So far so good. All together we have three mini bullys! Whew! Thats alot of bully belly rubbin'! My prayers are with you, your love will be repaid tenfold by that beautiful bully baby!
Jan 10, 2008 srn65
Buster is a lucky boy to have you and your family. Many belly rubs & biscuits to him & many thanks to you for rescuing this little guy. Wishing you many years together.
Jan 10, 2008 bongo
Such a handsome fellow!
The very few bull terriers I've met have been such nice dogs. Sounds like you are up to the challenge of raising a pup with a past. May you enjoy each others' company for many years!
Jan 10, 2008 usfour
Aw Buster - what a precious little cutie you are - and so lucky to be where you are now! Many blessings to your new family, who are so intelligent and caring as to what to do for you. I know you will feel better and better. Sandrahender I loved your story. Thank God for loving people like the ones in this daily puppy page. Together we can make the world a better place for these beautiful animals that deserve the best we have.
Jan 10, 2008 my_stoney_baby
What an adorable little guy!!! He is so lucky to have someone as caring as you to take him in and give him a happy loving home!
Jan 10, 2008 werleybird
Thank you for rescuing Buster. He is adorable. I don't know much about the breed, but seeing Buster know that I will be finding out more. We got our Nena from a GS rescue. She does tight spins while chasing her tail, as well as running laps around anything (table, center wall, etc) in our home. She also gets very nervous. We are trying to find a way to make her more confident so that she can relax a bit & enjoy life more. We were her 4th home w/in her 1st year. I think she finally knows that she now has her forever home. You can see in Buster's face he knows that he has his forever home and lots of Love, too. Many happy years to all of you. And of course all the worlds buscuits to Buster.
Jan 10, 2008 iluvGSDs
God bless you. He's beautiful and he DOES know...
Jan 10, 2008 cookiebaby
What a beautiful boy! Thank you for rescuing him and taking the time to help and love this wonderful pup. Those of us that rescue and work in rescue know how very rewarding it is to help these poor babies get started on a new life. All the best to Buster and your family.
Jan 10, 2008 Booger'sMama
A million bones!
what a beauitful original boy!
Jan 10, 2008 akitamom
You go through all of the heartache and vet bills and medication and use all the patience you have, and what do you get? All the love in the world. Lucky you; lucky Buster. Rescuers from puppy mills are heroes.
Jan 10, 2008 jowaldo
Congrats Buster on fiding your furever home from another rescued pup and his mom in Genoa!!! May you have a long and HAPPY life!!!!
Jan 10, 2008 kortney777
AHHH! Oregon! I'm from Walbridge! Kudos for rescuing such a precious baby!
Jan 10, 2008 sdv in slc
AWWWWWWW. Thanks for saving Buster from the puppy mill. He's lucky to have have new parents like you and I wish you many happy years together. My husband and I fostered a cockapoo from a mill that had been raided and 100 dogs confiscated. As you mentioned, the conditions that these dogs were subjected to are deplorable. Rescue! Adopt! Rescue! Adopt!
Jan 10, 2008 Mary V
I love this guy!!! After my Bassets bull dogs are my absolute fav. What a handsome boy you rescued!! You know, you were put there to find him for a reason. You need him and he certainly needs you! God bless and many many fun years together!!
-Bucky and Bailey's Mom
Jan 10, 2008 weaselsmom
Love works miracles. Along with the obvious love from your family and all the people who now know Buster from this site, your miracle recovery is on the way!!! Keep the faith-
Jan 10, 2008 shortysmom
What a beautiful baby, and what a heartwarming story. What a lucky pup!
Jan 10, 2008 k_cyn
[color=green]Oh Buster you are too cute!!!!!!!!!!!! I wish I could be there to give you a million tummy rubs!!! You are PRECIOUS!!!
Thank you Buster's family for giving him a loving home!!! :)
Many kisses, hugs and biscuits to you Buster!!!
Happy New Year and best wishes always![/color]
Jan 10, 2008 mosbarger
Awww, I love this little guy!!!! What sweetheart he is, and so lucky to have found you!!!! Kudos to you and your family for taking him in and giving him the love he deserves!!!! It's hard work, but soooo worth it. I took in a rescued pitbull 10 years ago, who is now the light of my life. He was around three months old when we brought him home, and had been beaten (and fought!) pretty bad. He even had cigar burns on his body!!!!! He is now 10 years old...we think...and the BEST companion EVER!!!!!!! Like I said, and you know, it's hard work, but it's worth it!!!!!! I can't even imagine our life without him!!!! Best of luck to you and Buster!!!!!
Jan 10, 2008 frankies_mom
Folks like you go in the heroes category in my book. Thanks for sharing Busters story and being the courageous, patient, generous family you are to take this handsome dude into your home. Indeed the love you put out there for him is gonna come back.
Lots of healthy, happy years.
Jan 10, 2008 piobaire
Well this stupid page keeps putting the ads over the pictures and story. But I got enough info to know there is a family with big heart and extra points in heaven for giving Buster a good home and life. You are going to be so rewarded with this handsome boy's love. I mean, look at his face? How could you not just love this boy? I wish I could scoop him up and just tummy rub him for days and then give him a million biscuits and equal amounts of human affection to mom and dad. God bless you!
Jan 10, 2008 mqm501
I know first hand the difficulties of adopting a rescue dog - the physical and mental problems they have but ah the rewards - a lifetime of love and the satisfaction that for one innocent you have made a difference! Well done! Have many happy years with Buster. I can see he has already commandeered the sofa - don't they all! Bless 'em. 11 plus biscuits Buster.
Jan 10, 2008 daria
That's one lucky dog. I know all about animal behaviorists after rescuing a street dog with aggression issues. It was costly and frustrating at times. However, I learned so much in the process. It was worth every minute. I also taught him a lot of tricks. Tricks make people laugh and smile. It puts strangers in a positive mood which he can sense. He loves the treats, and I become the proudest mother around. It's just fun and no stress because who cares if he learns to roll over or not. It's a helpful change from the sit/stay type training.

Thanks for helping one handsome pup have a great life!
Jan 10, 2008 randomearrings
What a handsome, gorgeous, cute, beautiful, sweet, adorable pup Buster is, I love him! 11+++ biscuits xx
Jan 10, 2008 pupsrule
I love Buster. Thank you for rescuing this beautiful boy! Wishing Buster a long, happy, healthy life. And of course lots of love and biscuits, too.
Jan 10, 2008 chicolasa
What a darling puppy dog! I love his coloring and his expression. Thank God you found him and have the goodness of heart and patience to help undo the bad things done to him by people who don't deserve to be anywhere around these wonderful beings. I only wish there were more pictures, as I could look at Buddy all day.
Jan 10, 2008 rabbithabbit
Thanks to all you animal rescue pet people..I think you are God's special people. If I could figure out how to stop animal mills I sure would. I just can't figure out what animal mill people are all about is their main job murder for hire...I suppose they must be totally heartless.
Jan 10, 2008 kellybuzzard
Thank you for saving this baby! So very cute!
Jan 10, 2008 FRITZY
First let me say that Buster is adorable. I am not able to ready your comments or view all the pictures because of the ads that have been blocking my view for 1 week now. I have complained to The Daily Puppy, but to no avail. I read the other comments posted and I am so happy that you rescued him. I do not know much about the breed or the agreesiveness (and since I cannot read your comments) but as long as he is a good dog for you....who cares!!! People are so snobby about different breeds and do not always understand how precious these dogs are to their humans not matter what breed or mix. They are better companionship that another human and I am just so happy that you rescued him and that he loves you because in the end...every day....the two of you have each other!!! :) If you can, copy and paste what was inserted and send it to me I would love to read it! Did I mention that he is cute?:)
Jan 10, 2008 Loizhanne
[color=red][B] Such a beautiful bully! I had a hard time picking out a photo, then decided to ensconce him in the luxury he deserves.
God bless you for giving the little tyke such a loving and understanding home! I'd love to see more pictures of Buster![/color][/B]
Jan 10, 2008 gryt
I actually gasped when I opened The Daily Puppy today?a bull terrier, eep! I adore bullies! What a sweet little boy that Buster, and soooo bootiful. :) A million bisquits!!!
Jan 10, 2008 Misa's Mom
What a lucky dog to have you! He is adorable. On the Dog Whisperer Cesar Milan did a show with a Bull Terrier who has the same compulsive disorder. Love and kisses to Buster!
Jan 10, 2008 pomtzu
What a lucky boy he is that you found and rescued him. He looks quite calm and happy in his pictures. I'm sure he will forget his very early life with your continued love and attention.
God bless Buster and his forever family.

On the subject of ads blocking pics and bios: I had the same problem a couple of months ago and it lasted for almost 2 weeks - then it was gone and I haven't had a problem since. A geographical problem?? - or who know what. It seems to travel around like the flu and not everybody gets it at the same time.
Jan 10, 2008 Emily
i love this breed because if they didnt have ears they would look like alligators.
thanks for rescuing, he's a sweetie.
Jan 10, 2008 dogloversnickers
I think you guys are great for changing this dogs life. You must be wonderful people!
Jan 10, 2008 anniebabes52
What a beautiful baby boy.............I love his face, it just melts my heart. Thank you for rescuing him from a puppy mill. He if very lucky to have found a loving and safe home. I wish your famil many years of love and joy together. Tons of hugs, kisses, and biscuits.
Jan 10, 2008 Jodi
What a handsome young man you have!!! He has the cutest darn face, and those eyes!!! He is so fortunate that you came along with just what he May you have many happy, loving years with him.
Jan 10, 2008 bulldogmom
Bless you and your family for rescuing this little angel. i too have a rescued Bully breed. Her name is Nala; she is on this site. I cannot imagine my life without my bulldog, even is she does have some "character flaws" I mean, who doesn't???
Jan 10, 2008 adabrowski
I have a Tri Colored Bully too,his name is Tao, and he also had a spinning disorder. I said had because he has not had an issue with it for the past 3 years since we moved from Florida to Ohio and is now off his medication. It is so important to get them on the correct meds, prozac does not work on this breed. I was Tao's 5th owner and he was only 10 months old. I can't imagine what these past 12 years would have been like with out him. These dogs are so lovable and have such personality. God bless you for saving this dog from a living hell. Believe me all the work you will be putting into this dog will be worth it.
Jan 10, 2008 mgsande7
He's gorgeous! Kiss those toes for me.
Jan 10, 2008 dkritter
Thank you, thank you, thank you for rescuing this poor little guy from such a horrible life! He is such a cutie! I wish him health and happiness for years to come with his new family!
Jan 10, 2008 sue
hes adorable
Jan 10, 2008 mling
I'm so glad that you rescued Buster. He is very lucky to have found a loving family! Buster looks like a great dog! I am a big fan of bull terriers and Buster's markings are quite nice! Wish you many many more happy years with him!
Jan 10, 2008 lablove
Buster, I love your beautiful eyes and funny ears. If I'd seen you, I'd have rescued you too. Lots of hugs and kisses to you..........
Jan 10, 2008 guido's mama
Buster will bring so much joy to this world. Thank you for sharing himn with us.
Jan 10, 2008 bullys2mom
My gosh, this is one handsome bully! He will be well worth your investment of time and money by loving you forever & ever.
I have 2 female mini-bulls, which I understand have the same great personality as the standard size. My girls love belly rubs, and want nothing more than to be as close as they can to their people. They have the most wonderful, funny way about them and keep us laughing all day.
We also have a rescued Doberman, and the 3 girls are great pals. There are 2 cats in our family too, and yesterday we found a cat cleaning a bully's ears!
Warmest wishes for a wonderful, happy life together!
Jan 10, 2008 rebecky118
He is so cute! I love all the pictures. My son brought home a stray pit bull/bull terrier mix (only the head looks like pit, the rest is all bull terrier. Someone left her out in the country in January before an ice storm. My son brought her home and I have had her for about 6 years now. She is socialized, loves attention and loves to play. I would had another in a heart beat.
Jan 10, 2008 Frasier'smom
Thank you so much for the rescue of this VERY HANDSOME Buster!!! I know what it's like to rescue dogs from awful places where they suffer health and behavior problems. Kudos for sticking with him through his adjustment period. They do so much appreciate it, and shower you with so much love...I really do believe they know they have been saved, and they return the love with lots of kisses and devotion. Buster has a very expressive face....and this picture of him on the sofa definitely says he is learning to love the good life!!! Tons of biscuits and tummy rubs for Buster, and many years of happy, healthy love and play with your new family!!!!
Jan 10, 2008 simrat101
oh he is soooo cute i love him without knowing it
Jan 10, 2008 sophiet
This is a message for Buster.....
Bustaroonies, cutie, tooties Ra Ra ra Ra Ra ra Ra ra Ra hootaroonies.. You are adorable and there is nothing better in this world than starting my work day with a photo of you. :)
Jan 10, 2008 dancinghorse
Sometimes this site really bugs me. I didn't get to vote. It automatically did for me and I don't even know what vote it gave.
So I give this cute cuddle bug 11 biscuits.
Jan 10, 2008 lastchance
I love the tricolor look, I haven't seen that before. As everyone has said, Buster is SOO lucky. All you people out there with dogs who have compulsive disorders like spinning should watch Ceasar Milan, the Dog Whisperer on National Geographic Channel or get his DVDs and books. He stresses exercise, exercise, exercise for all dogs and it really seems to help a lot of behavior problems. He seems to work miracles, I just love him. Anyway good luck and thanks for rescuing this poor baby.
Jan 10, 2008 crzyzebra
My oh my! What a wonderful story and what a blessing for Buster to have found you. I have always been raised around labs and acquired my first bully breed this past year and have been totally impressed. Totally loving, 100% committed and completely the opposite of everything everyone ever told me about bully breeds. I love these guys! I'm hooked! Enjoy this little guy...he is special. An angel in disguise...
Jan 10, 2008 LucyB
Thank you for becoming this baby's guardian angel! He'll work out of his anxieties with your patience and care.If he knows you're not going to give up on him he won't give up on you.I wish you a long and happy life together.
Jan 10, 2008 Scout
Buster is really a charmer, just lovely... and so, are you and your family for taking on both the joys and challenges of Buster!
Jan 10, 2008 mak3nzie473
omg that puppie is soooooo cute. i luv him. my puppie is wierd and toots too much but im pretty sure urs doesn't do that but i wish u and buster the best luv ya bye.
Jan 10, 2008 bobsmom
What a nice surprise seeing a bully! Thank you so much for rescuing Buster. He looks very happy. Our Bblly Bob will be 14 this April. He's slowed down considerably from his younger days but he's still go that blly attitude, which we find delightful. I've heard these dogs called 2 year olds in a dog suit - it fits them pretty well! I'm sure Buster will keep you laughing for many years to come.
Jan 10, 2008 Bearsmom
Bless your hearts for taking in Buster. I hear that OC can be a trait of the breed. It happens and that you are taking the right steps with him is an important example for others. He's wonderful. I LOVE Buster. Routine is certainly helpful and direct some of that energy is important. My friend used to give her bully babe three tennis balls at once which he would arrange and rearrange in play for hours. He was a kick! He used to open the fridge and help himself to whatever he liked. Her husband had to put a latch on the fridge. She also worked very hard on his diet to help him with his energy and obsessive ways. The best and most loving buddy I ever met. Take care of yourselves, too.
Jan 10, 2008 2pups1kit
What a wonderful rescue! Buster is quite a cutie! My Shepherd-mix Indy who is now 11 years old & blind was found at about 1 1/2yrs old by a compassionate woman while he was dodging traffic in a busy intersection near my home. She fostered him & connected w/a local rescue group, who featured him @ the local Petsmart, where we found each other.
I had to make the decision to have his eyes removed 2 years ago. He had severe glaucoma which ruptured his lens' despite our attempts to save his eyes w/the help of a doggie opthalmologist, many eye drops & strong anti-inflammatories. He suddenly had severe pain & the choice was have surgery or put him down. I just couldn't put him down, there was nothing else wrong with him---& I was fortunate enough to have the resources & support of my wonderful husband to let him have the surgery (x2, actually).
Indy is the sweetest, most devoted, "brave lad" (as his opthalmologist called him) that I could ever imagine. We have been thru thick & thin together, & we will be together forever!
I wish you many, many years of happiness & health with Buster---you & he are equally blessed to have found each other!
Jan 10, 2008 2pups1kit
don't know why my fav pic didn't post, but they are all very cute anyway. 11 biscuits, btw.
Jan 10, 2008 zippi
Aw, a tri-color bully! He's so handsome. Bless you for helping this beautiful boy. May you have many happy years together.
Jan 10, 2008 poohmama
God Bless you for rescuing Buster!! He is adorable!!! I wish you and your family many years of happiness with Buster. Buster you're awesome. My daughter says" aawww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!" She thinks Buster is a cutie pie!!!
Jan 10, 2008 busterbrown
Bless you for rescuing Buster. He's adorable!
Jan 10, 2008 tambore
If I ever won the lottery big time, I'd donate all the money to closing down those puppy mills. And then we could free all the Busters of the world to loving, patient and caring homes where they belong. It will take a while, but Buster will come around thanks to you. Dogs do live in the present and all my rescues know they are at last safe. Okay, Buster, all the best to the best Buster in the world!
Jan 10, 2008 boobeth420
What a big boy! What a lucky puppy to have found you.
Jan 10, 2008 Suziesmom
I forgot to bull terrier, Ali used to love to play "vollyball" with us when we were in our swimming pool. she would bark at us from the egde of the pool until we threw her the ball, and she would bounce it right back to us with her nose, over, and over and over again. she'd play for hours! I finally took her into the pool for a swim one day and the poor thing sunk like a stone...of course we were right beside her and pulled her right out, no worse for wear. I had thought that all dogs could swim. We had a golden retriever before Ali, and of course you couldn't keep her out of the water. I wonder if Buster will like the water. I only wish you had more pictures to share with us!
Jan 11, 2008 animalqn
God bless you guys for saving this little guy. By the smile on his face on the last picture, it's clear that he knows he is now safe and loved.
Jan 11, 2008 PIPPIN
Buster you are the nicest looking Bull Terrier I have seen, and you have so much love in your face. You are so lucky to have been found by your loving family, you are obviously meant to be together. Enjoy many loving years together. May your training and medication help you overcome your disorder, just remember you are loved regardless.
Jan 11, 2008 jillieorama
Thank you so much for rescuing this beautiful boy. Puppy mills are terrible and I'm so sorry Buster has had a rough start. But I'm sure he now knows he is safe and loved. Good on you. It's always so moving to hear rescue stories. I wish you and Buster much joy, health, happiness and love!
Jan 11, 2008 Pinkphoenixx
knowing that good people like you are out there make me have more faith in the world. god bless you and your sweet pup.
Jan 11, 2008 Pinkphoenixx
knowing that good people like you are out there make me have more faith in the world. god bless you and your sweet pup.
Jan 11, 2008 zoerosesmom
What a sweetie! God bless you for saving this beautiful bundle. I wish there were more people like you in the world - it would be a kinder place! Many happy years with Buster!
Give him a big hug from my little Cockapoo Zoe Rose.
Jan 11, 2008 kitkat_00
I have the same problem with the ads covering the photos. What I do "temporarily" to fix the problem is this: At the top of my Internet Explorer window I pull down on the View menu and choose Text Size and set it to Smallest. Then you might have to refresh the window.
Jan 11, 2008 plantsforjenny
He's beautiful! I'm so glad that you saved him and give him a good life. Blessings to you all!
Jan 11, 2008 BTLabs
A million blessings to you for giving Buster the life he deserves!
Jan 11, 2008 petluver
It warms my heart so much to know that you rescued Buster! It is so sad to see and hear what people do to poor, defenseless animals! Many happy years with Buster!!!!!!
Jan 11, 2008 nancy814
Buster looks like a cutie and a lucky dog for you having rescued him. Looks like he has a ton of personality. Many years of happiness to your family & Buster
Jan 11, 2008 cobillie
How lucky you were to find each other. I think it's wonderful that you have the patience to work with him to over come his problems. He's absolutely adorable!!!!! Rock on!
Jan 11, 2008 LisaLisa
I feel so bad that Buster came from such a horrible background but it's WONDERFUL that you've taken him in and given him such a wonderful, loving home. Lucky puppy - I wish you MANY happy years with lots of lovely memories.
Jan 11, 2008 djmc
It is so wonderful you have taken him in , and given him a loving home to enjoy and to be loved. He sure is one lucky baby. He looks so happy , you know dogs know when they are loved and want so to give love back. I'm sure he is the head of the house. Lots of biscuits and lots of love.
Jan 11, 2008 Jennb3
Oh buster you handsome man you!!! You are going to have the most wonderful life now!!!
Jan 11, 2008 lilyj
What a wonderful story. I'm so glad you guys found each other, and so happy there are others who care enough to give dogs like Buster better lives. Puppymills are deplorable places, and it's nice to see Buster is getting over the abuses he was subjected to while living in one. He's a beautiful boy, and you're beautiful people for showing him such love and kindness. I'm sure it will be returned to you multifold.
Jan 12, 2008 Sasafras56
Buster is beautiful! This picture says AHHHHHHH this is the life. Bless you and your family for finding this boy. I too have not seen this breed on this site. Must be rare to own a bull terrier- or the cute police won't let too many people have one!! :)

I am a foster parent and have a collie/golden mix who appears to have been beaten. She is timid and is afraid of everything. I took her for her first walk today and she appeared to have never seen trees, bushes, trains, cars, well you get the picture. I am socializing her and teaching her basics but it isn't easy. Love Love and more Love is all these babies want. Read some other rescue stories and still am appalled at what humans do to their animals. Would they do that to a child? Buster is looking very happy and you should be proud parent.
Jan 15, 2008 soshyviolet
Bull Terriers are my absolute favorite breed. It hurts so bad that this dog would be treated so poorly. I hope he overcomes his spinning. I've heard it could be a sort of seizure and that's why they do this. He is just too cute!!!! Give him a big kiss on that egg head :) LOVE LOVE LOVE HIM!!!
Jan 16, 2008 kirtly74
wow, i must say that i've never seen this type of dog before, wow! but, still so cute!
Jan 25, 2008 EmandMaisie
Puppy mills have to be one of the most evil of evils we've allowed in the world. So for rescuing this beuatiful boy and making his life so wonderful, I'm sure you've earned a ticket to Dog Heaven. :)
Feb 20, 2008 Lovethempuppies
I love this breeds unique nose. Buster suits him perfectly! 11 biscuits!
Feb 23, 2008 dogs_rule
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Nov 27, 2010 ayache09
WOW this dog has a big head but he is stunning. He is a bullterrier. He is gorgeous!
Nov 27, 2010 ayache09
I am sooooooooooo glad that you saved this lucky guy. I LOVE him!
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