Bonnie came to us
as a stray requiring medical attention with severe wounds
from a dog attack, and old wounds and scars indicating she
may have been used as a bait dog. It appears as though
Bonnie has had to defend and protect what is hers, causing
her to guard her food, bed, toys, etc. However she is good
with other balanced dogs, children and adults, especially
men. She must have had good interaction with people in the
past because she is sweet and personable, appreciates
affection and loves belly-rubs! With the help of staff and
fosters, she has mended well, and has come a long way
emotionally, but still needs gentle and consistent guidance.
She also suffers from separation anxiety and can be
destructive in the house, so she will need to be taught the
value of "alone time" in a positive manner. She does her
best when she has had a chance to run and play everyday.
Bonnie is in need of an understanding person that will
provide her with a loving, balanced environment and commit
to teaching her how to live her life without fear. If you
are that person for Bonnie, please call us. She really
deserves the chance. Bonnie's foster mom had to move far far
away and brought Bonnie back to us and she is really in need
of that loving home again...she misses her Foster Mom and
really needs her own home.".