Kobe is a Norwegian Buhund that ended up in a kill shelter in Georgia.  He was brought in as a stray but it is thought that the one bringing him in was his owner.   We found a rescue in Georgia who fostered Kobe.  We were able to save him with one day left.  He travelled to PA with Buttercup.  

He is very playful and energetic.  He loves to be petted and have his belly rubbed.  He doesn't have a mean bone in his body.  He seems confused when roaming around the house like he was outside more than he was inside.  He was inexperienced on a leash.  He didn't go on very many walks.  

He was in a wonderful foster home in Georgia.  He was well taken care of and when he arrived in PA he had many improvements.  He could walk well on a leash.  He was housetrained, well fed and lovable.  

He now lives with a fantastic family who has two other buddies that he plays with.  He loves to dig holes and chase whatever crosses his path.  He gets a bit aggressive with the cats, so that is something the family is continuing to work on with him.  He is very well behaved in public and has attended our events.  We are proud of Kobe.