We're happy to tell you that Bonnie
has a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page
to see the pups currently available.
Bonnie was rescued from a shelter after being dropped off because her former family “no longer had time for her.” She spent her first week with us terrified, cowering in a corner. Fast forward a couple months, and what a change we’ve seen! With her foster family, Bonnie has shown to be the cutest little attention sponge anyone can ask for. She loves to crawl on laps for face kisses and belly rubs. She loves going on long hikes and car rides with her foster family. Just watch out if she gets on the bed, or you’re likely to lose your spot for the night! Bonnie has shown to be good with gentle, dog-savvy kids and some larger, calm dogs. Any introductions should be slow and calm to keep Bonnie from getting overwhelmed. Bonnie, understandably, has trouble feeling confident and trusting in a new environment. Any potential adopters will have to be patient and give Bonnie some time to adjust to a new environment. Her full personality will take some time to emerge, but we promise you, the wait is worth it!