A HOME has been found for a dog which had to have his tail amputated after repeated injuries – because he wagged it too hard and too fast.

Staffordshire terrier Buster spent two years in the care of the Scottish SPCA and had to have surgery to remove his tail after he got too excited. But his vibrant personality attracted the attention of a family who have now given him a home.

Diane Aitchison, of the SSPCA, said: “He has earned his title of the happiest dog in Scotland after his tail had to be amputated following repeated injuries from how hard and fast he’d wag it.

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“That hasn’t stopped his exuberant personality though.”