Bunkie is house-trained, crate-trained and leash-trained. Bunkie was rescued with his female companion (who was pregnant at the time) from underneath an abandoned house. Once in our care the mom gave birth and the whole family became ill - they had distemper. Poor Bunkie was the only survivor and he was heartbroken that his companion passed. He is ready to find his forever home!
If you are interested in meeting Bunkie at our weekly adoption event on Saturdays at the Petsmart in Brea, CA (2465 E Imperial Highway) between noon and 4 pm, please fill out an application from our website, poochmatch.com, and return it via email to email@example.com no later than 11 AM on Fridays. Due to the high volume of dogs and puppies in our foster homes, it is impossible to bring them all every Saturday. The only way to ensure that the dog that you are interested in will be at the adoption event is to FILL OUT AN APPLICATION. Otherwise, we cannot guarantee that the dog you are interested in will be at our adoption event. If you cannot make the time frame of our events, appointments can be made at another time and location solely at the discretion of the foster mom.
All adoption fees cover the mandatory and non-negotiable spay/neuter, rabies, microchip, necessary vaccinations, fecal testing and deworming. Adoption fees vary solely based on age and size.
Bunkie is an amazing dog and a true survivor. He was found with a pregnant female dog, living under an abandoned house in San Bernardino. Within two weeks Bunkie's girlfriend gave birth and we found out that, tragically, the whole family was suffering from Distemper. Bunkie was the only one to survive, he was horribly depressed after the passing of his family. He has a permanent tick left from his battle with Distemper that affects him when he is sitting still - although it doesn't affect him in any other way.
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