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Last winter in Paju, Korea, Bonnie and her siblings were discovered wandering the streets. They were then taken to a high-kill shelter but thankfully rescued before being euthanized.
Although Bonnie can be reserved around unfamiliar people, she is affectionate and kind to those she knows well. She is comfortable with car rides, and bathing, and has been house-trained; she will use pee pads indoors if the foster comes home late. Furthermore, she has not displayed any separation anxiety so far. When inside, she is quiet and not destructive, and she enjoys playing with her toys.
With other dogs, she is friendly towards those she knows, but she can be a bit nervous around dominant or hyper dogs. She would do best in a home with calm and friendly dogs. Bonnie hasn’t been exposed to cats yet.
Bonnie gets nervous around loud and sudden noises, such as garbage trucks, ambulances, and fire alarms. It would be best for her new owner to live in a calm neighborhood, away from busy downtown areas.
An ideal owner for Bonnie would be someone who is experienced with dogs, works from home or is retired and has a lot of time to spend with her. Although she is an adorable puppy, Bonnie is still young and has a lot to learn. Her new owner should understand the needs of a new rescue dog and be committed to giving her excellent care. If Bonnie could also have a gentle sibling to keep her company, that would be wonderful.
DHPPL, Canine Influenza, Kennel Cough, Rabies, Corona, Heartworm test, Giardia test, Flea & tick & heartworm prevention are all done.