It’s Bay’s Next Top Pet where each week we feature another animal in need of their forever home! Join us and Silicon Valley Pet Project as we help save animals from Silicon Valley’s largest shelter, San Jose Animal Care Center (SJACC).
This Week’s Next Top Pet is Buster!
Buster, the 28-pound beagle/cocker spaniel mix, was rescued from the shelter and came to SVPP very shut down, depressed, and unsure of the world.
Thanks to a loving foster home, Buster is slowly learning to be a dog again. Given the severity of Buster’s behavior, he is currently on anti-anxiety medication and is making significant progress. Buster LOVES going on walks and is looking for a home that is very compassionate and patient with his fear who is willing to help him blossom into a happy dog! Buster is extremely gentle and wouldn’t hurt a fly – he is fine with other dogs and cats, but will need a quiet home.
Interested in helping Buster learn to be a dog again?
Get info on adopting Buster here!
About Silicon Valley Pet Project
Silicon Valley Pet Project (SVPP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to saving local at-risk shelter pets through rescue, community involvement, and education. SVPP is a San Jose based organization that is inspired by the innovative spirit of Silicon Valley, with a goal to create a professional, sustainable animal welfare organization that celebrates rescue pets. They are also proud to be the first San Jose based network partner of Best Friends Animal Society. To find out more about their organization, pets, funding, goals and vision visit svpetproject.org.