Light BLue flannel with dots (Big Buford was adopted April of 2012. He crossed over the rainbow bridge in August 2021. 

From his momma: What an amazing dog he turned out to be. He packed on the weight. Enjoyed laying on the couch all day. And loved people more than life itself. He was the most gentle giant of a dog I had ever met. Everyone absolutely loves him. He would have turned 13 in October of this year 2021. He's slowing down a lot. And he suffers from doggie dementia. It's been a struggle at times for him. But he is still the most lovable boy ever. He is part of The Dog Yard Pack. We love him. See the "Meet Buford" section below to get his whole story.)

Big Buford (missed forever)

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  • From Big Bufords Momma:

    Big Buford was rescued from a pretty bad situation by a Rescue called, Response-a-Bull. They go by Rescue for the Misunderstood now. They are out of Wilmington, DE. He is an American Bulldog/Mastiff mix that was supposed to weigh about 130lbs, but he weighed less than 100. He also had issues with hernias and had some major surgeries on them. I've heard some sad stories of his prior life but that was all left behind when I adopted him in April of 2012. What an amazing dog he turned out to be. He packed on the weight. Enjoyed laying on the couch all day. And loved people more than life itself. He was the most gentle giant of a dog I had ever met. Everyone absolutely loves him. He is going to be 13 in October of this year. He's slowing down a lot. And he suffers from doggie dementia. It's been a struggle at times for him. But he is still the most lovable boy ever. He is part of The Dog Yard Pack. Its him and 5 other fur brother and sisters. They are a pack of puppers that help the many fosters that have come through this house acclimate and learn how to dog. They get them ready for their forevers. Big is a huge part of that.